JOBS AVAILABLE AT TIM HORTON'S in Red Lake - Food Counter Attendant (15 Vacancies)

JOBS AVAILABLE AT TIM HORTON'S in Red Lake - Food Counter Attendant (15 Vacancies)

Terms of Employment: Permanent, Full Time, Shift, Overnight, Weekend, Day, Night, Evening

Salary: $ 13.40 Hourly, for 40.00 Hours per week

Anticipated Start Date (at the latest in 3 months): As soon as possible


Tim Hortons
5 Hughes Cr.
Red Lake, ON
P0V 2M0

First Nations sign agreements with North Star Air to increase air transportation services


Muskrat Dam First Nation and Sachigo Lake First Nation Sign with North Star Air

Posted 19 June 2014 by 

Public education on First Nation history is essential on National Aboriginal Day - June 21

Chiefs of Ontario press release


TORONTO, ON (JUNE 19, 2014) --- Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy is wishing everyone an enjoyable National Aboriginal Day taking place June 21 and encourages all to not only take part in the cultural practices but to learn our shared history.

Marten Falls First Nation remains without clean drinking water even after declaring emergency


Marten Falls First Nation chief says water 'emergency' ignored

Remote Northern Ontario reserve has been without safe drinking water for nearly a decade

By Jody Porter - Jun 18, 2014

First Nations reject government's hand over of responsibilities for pipeline to corporate interests

AFN press release

Assembly of First Nations Responds to Federal Government's Approval of Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Project

OTTAWA, June 17, 2014 /CNW/ - The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Executive Committee responded to the decision today by the federal government to approve the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project subject to the conditions set out in the December 2013 federal Joint Review Panel report.

Government cutting funding for First Nations children to pay for other promised programs


Chief, Whitefish River First Nation - CHIEF SHINING TURTLE

Don't Cut Funding For First Nations Children

Posted: 05/22/2014

The federal government's department of Aboriginal Affairs (AANDC) has informed 133 Ontario First Nations that it is cutting the National Child Benefit Reinvestment fund by over 50 per cent. The cut is scheduled to take effect in the current proposal cycle, 2014-15.

KI First Nation youth offering one-of-a-kind vacation for Canadians again this year


Remote First Nation offers one-of-a-kind 'vacation' for Canadians

Aboriginal youth invite Canadians to experience life in a remote northern First Nation

By Lenny Carpenter Posted: Jun 14, 2014

Supreme Court rules police require a warrant to access customer information from internet providers


Internet users' privacy upheld by Canada's top court

Internet providers can't provide customer names and addresses to police without a warrant

Posted: Jun 13, 2014

The Supreme Court says it's reasonable for internet users to expect their online activities to be anonymous and for their subscriber information to be private.