Three success stories about the work being done in Keewaytinook Okimakanak First Nations were produced by Industry Canada and recently posted on their web site.
The three stories include:
1. New Infrastructure Provides A Wealth Of Innovative Services
In the isolated Aboriginal communities of Northern Ontario
, new technology is changing the landscape. More>>
2. Internet High School Offers The Best Of Both Worlds
After they finished eighth grade, most of Reggie Kakekagumick's friends left the remote community of Keewaywin in northern Ontario to attend high school in Sioux Lookout or Thunder Bay. More>>
3. Telehealth offers a cure for isolated First Nations in northern Ontario
In Poplar Hill, a remote community in northern Ontario, a community nurse is only available some of the time to take care of the day-to-day health concerns of the approximately 300 residents. More>>
Check out all the good things that are happening across the country at each of the Smart Community Demonstration projects
(lots of GREAT ideas for EVERY First Nation in the country).