The July 24 issue of Wawatay News contains two more news stories about the work being completed within the Kuh-ke-nah Network of Smart First Nations demonstration project.
This week's issue of the Kuh-ke-nah page in Wawatay News include the following articles:
KO Communities Planning On-line Maps and Data
- Robert Hunter, KO's GIS/Architectural Technologist talks shares his story about working with other members of the KO Smart Team to take existing databases and digital maps (canoe routes, community infrastructure, etc) and make this information available on-line.
Live web casts streaming from First Nations via Internet
- Different live events are now being shared and archived on-line with others using the K-Net streaming server and the video conferencing equipment in each of the communities. Examples talked about in this article include the Wasaya - Bearskin signing ceremony from Bearskin FN, the Grade 8 Graduation Ceremonies from Kingfisher Lake FN and the Sandy Lake FN award.
Rick Garrick is researching additional stories for future articles. If you have a story that you want to share about this project and the work that is happening in your community to get connected, please send us an e-mail.
Various newspaper articles are being scanned and stored for reference purposes in this photo gallery.