Canadian Press - September 23, 2008
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ont., is giving Canadian students thousands of good reasons to keep their grades up.
The school says it will offer free tuition to students from a recognized Canadian high school with a 95 per cent average.
From Elections Canada web site at www.elections.ca
BILL CURRY - September 23, 2008
The Assembly of First Nations is organizing a “National Day of Political Action” for Monday Sept. 29 in an effort to get native issues on the agenda during the week when federal leaders will be taking part in debates.
It is part of a broader campaign by the AFN called: “Vote '08, Change Can't Wait!”
JOE FRIESEN - September 22, 2008
Was the Kelowna Accord a groundbreaking moment in the relationship between aboriginal people and the government of Canada, or was it nothing more than a glorified press release?
A NEW BEGINNING....
OSHKI-PIMACHE-O-WIN EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR JANUARY 2009 INTAKE!!!
Attention Grade 7 and 8 Teachers...
Trish Audette , Canwest News Service - September 21, 2008
YELLOWKNIFE - From the sky, the Northwest Territories' legislature building is supposed to look like an steel igloo, nestled against Frame Lake and surrounded by slabs of grey and black rock jutting from moss and low green trees.
Book Review By Haroon Siddiqui - Sep 21, 2008
Flying back to Canada from abroad, have you ever noticed that the immigration officer examining your passport is wearing, and perhaps sweating in, a bulletproof vest?
Chiefs of Ontario letter ...
September 19, 2008
Please be advised that the First Nation Water Policy Forum is confirmed and scheduled for October 15-16-17, 2008. It will be held at the Garden River First Nation Recreation Centre located close to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
Once finalized, information on travel and accommodations and the draft agenda will be forthcoming.
David Pugliese and Kathryn May, Ottawa Citizen - September 19, 2008
Ottawa - The Privy Council Office has put an unprecedented clamp on government business during the federal election, slowing the workings of the bureaucracy almost to a crawl in some areas.