Peter Edwards, Staff Reporter - Mar 24 2011
Charlie Hunter, 13, drowned in 1974 while attending residential school in Ft. Albany and he was buried in Moosonee, without family approval. Star readers have donated enough money to have his remains moved home.
Charlie Hunter is finally going home.
TORONTO, March 23 /CNW/ - Noront Resources Ltd. ("Noront" or the "Company") (TSX Venture: NOT) is pleased to announce that pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, it has filed its Project Description for the Company's Eagle's Nest deposit, in the James Bay Lowlands, Ontario, with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the Province of Ontario's Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, and Forestry.
From the ad in March 23 edition in Sioux Bulletin
AFN press release
OTTAWA, March 22 /CNW/ - Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo responded to the 2011 federal budget today, insisting that a new funding approach is needed to better ensure equitable opportunity, stability and safety for First Nation citizens and communities.
The Ned Supplementary Courses Program provides free online supplementary courses to students in First Nation elementary schools. Registration is now open for the upcoming Science course, which is scheduled to begin on April 1, 2011.
Current education partnerships in other provinces
Creating successful partnerships
Nature & scope of partnership agreements
The Coordinator will work with KO Telemedicine team and 3 CTC’s as project lead and develop an in-home service plan for the Sioux Lookout Zone and North West Region.
March 17, 2011
Ottawa - The Council of Canadians is calling on the Harper government to prioritize water in the upcoming budget, which will be delivered on March 22 – World Water Day.
By JESSICA BRUNO, JAN NITOSLAWSKI - March 19, 2011
Former PMO adviser Bruce Carson, has been accused of alleged influence peddling. The PMO has called in the RCMP, and the ethics and lobbying commissioners.