Orpah McKenzie, KOTM eHealth Director, and Tina Kakepetum-Schultz, KOTM Assistant Director, recently presented a report at the Canadian Rural Health Research conference in Levis, Quebec. The report is based on analysis of our KO-KNET survey by Crystal Kakekaspan and Kerri Gibson. North Spirit Lake Chief Rita Thompson accompanied Orpah and Tina at the Quebec conference and supported their presentation.
REGISTER NOW for BACK TO OUR ROOTS GATHERING III
Sharing and learning workshops to recovery, wellness and relapse prevention for prescription drug abuse.
This 3 day event will be hosted in Neskantaga.
AFN Press Release
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Says Work to Move Beyond Indian Act must be Led by First Nations
October 19, 2012 (Ottawa, ON) - The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) released the following statement from National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo today following yesterday's announcement of Government support for Bill C-428, the Indian Act Amendment and Replacement Act.
The Globe and Mail Editorial - Oct. 21 2012
Ottawa and first nations leaders need to work harder to bring about meaningful reform in aboriginal education.
CTV Montreal - Oct. 20, 2012
Using a modern twist to honour centuries-old traditions, a new video game designed by young people from Kahnawake uses Mohawk legends as inspiration.
Ready to jump into Windows 8? As if the switch from the Windows 7 interface to the Windows 8 way of doing things wasn't bad enough, deciding what type of Windows 8 or Windows RT device to purchase is another challenge.