To: NAN Health Directors and Health Staff
From Gwen Medicine, HIV Program Coordinator
Re: World AIDS Day – December 1st
What is World AIDS Day? Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 is the 21st anniversary of World AIDS Day.
The Chiefs of Ontario Office is organizing a UNITY RALLY during their Special Chiefs Assembly to demonstrate First Nation's opposition to the HST. All Nation citizens are being called upon to be visible and to let your voices be heard.
by: Debbie Mishibinijima/Wawatay News - November 27, 2009
Two young writers from the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) territory are this year’s recipients of the James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Award.
On Saturday evening, Nov 28, the KO-KNET team along with their children participated in the Sioux Lookout Santa Claus parade. Their BUSH CHRISTMAS presentation had BUSH SANTA (aka David Neegan) and BUSH MRS SANTA (aka Penny Carpenter) in the dog sled being pulled by the huskies (aka ... all the kids) going to their cabin with smoke and satellite dish (being driven by Cal Kenny and Marie Carson). Of all of Santa's helpers were walking along beside the sled handing out candy and helping everyone enjoy themselves.
First Nation chiefs may soon be telling their community to do as they say, and as they do.
First Nation chiefs from across Northern Ontario may volunteer themselves for drug testing to prove they are role models in the fight against drug abuse in their communities.
November 27, 2009
Thousands more patients across Ontario will have access to family health care thanks to seven more new nurse practitioner-led clinics slated to open throughout the province.
Laurie Monsebraaten - Nov 26 2009
Ottawa's attempt to derail a landmark Human Rights Commission Tribunal hearing into discrimination against aboriginal children in the child welfare system has been denied by the federal Court of Canada.
Kwayaciiwin Education Resource Centre (KERC) is managing the development and delivery of the First Nation Student Success Program (FNSSP) with each partner First Nation in the Sioux Lookout district.
The FNSSP will target 3 key areas:
KERC invites applications for the following positions for the First Nation Student Success Program (click on the job title for the PDF copy of the job description):
Wunnumin Education Authority requires a principal for Lydia Lois Beardy Memorial School (LLBMS) for the remainder of the 2009-10 school year. LLBMS is a band operated school that offers kindergarten 4’s to grade 10 programming.