NALSC is seeking a Restorative Justice Worker located in Balmertown; closing date February 11, 2011.
From Timmins' THE DAILY PRESS
By KATE MCLAREN
Shannen's Dream is fast becoming a reality -- both on Parliament Hill and on the big screen.
A film paying tribute to Shannen Koostachin, a young Aboriginal leader killed in May 2010, is ensuring her dream of education equality lives on.
Koostachin made national headlines when, as part of a group of young Attawapiskat residents, she travelled to Ottawa to lobby the federal government for a new school.
Since incorporated in 1993, we knew we wanted a strong name for our organization. One that reflects our vision, services, culture and language.
We are looking to the communities and people we serve to send your ideas in! The winning entry will take home an Apple iPad!
Kris Ketonen - January 28, 2011
January 25, 2011
Toronto – Leading conservation organizations are concerned that the McGuinty government has placed woodland caribou and its own North American-leading species legislation at risk by exempting a swath of industries from accountability under Ontario’s Endangered Species Act (ESA).
Toronto, January 24, 2011— RBC today announced its call for grant applications for the 2011-2012 school year as the RBC After-School Grants Project is offering more than $2 million in grants to fund first-time and renewed grant recipients.
Assembly of First Nations Convenes Online "Virtual Summit" for First Nation Students on Post-secondary Education