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Queen's Park provides $6 million for Far North winter road network

Queen's Park provides $6 million for Far North winter road network

Windigo First Nations Council gets $2 million for pre-engineered portal bridges
First Nations, city join forces to run provincial park

First Nations, city join forces to run provincial park

Serpent River First Nation, Mississauga First Nation and Elliot Lake operating as Mississagi Park Foundation
Ginoogaming First Nation seeks further ban on mineral exploration

Ginoogaming First Nation seeks further ban on mineral exploration

The First Nation was previously granted an injunction to prevent mineral exploration in an area it has declared to be sacred
Mineral exploration halted on 94K hectares near Long Lake #58 First Nation

Mineral exploration halted on 94K hectares near Long Lake #58 First Nation

The Ministry of Mines issued the order to facilitate negotiations over an Aboriginal title claim filed by the First Nation
Wiky chef moves into popular Sudbury-area marina

Wiky chef moves into popular Sudbury-area marina

Hiawatha Osawamick blending Indigenous with Canadian cuisine at Rocky’s Marina on Lake Wanapitei
Women in the Trades: A knack for problem-solving drew Jody Bosse to plumbing

Women in the Trades: A knack for problem-solving drew Jody Bosse to plumbing

Nipissing First Nation member and co-owner of Poly-B Plumbing expands Orillia business into the North Bay area
NOBA 2022: Supercom Industries wins the Indigenous Business Award of Excellence

NOBA 2022: Supercom Industries wins the Indigenous Business Award of Excellence

Collaborative approach has resulted in jobs and economic prosperity for hundreds in member communities
Indigenous tourism group appoints advisory committee

Indigenous tourism group appoints advisory committee

Members will guide 'respectful’ growth of Indigenous tourism in Ontario
First Nation buys long-time Timmins company

First Nation buys long-time Timmins company

While the day-to-day operations of Gord's Rentals will remain under the current management, the business is now owned by Attawapiskat Enterprises
NOBA 2022: Ne-Daa-Kii-Me-Naan Inc. is the Company of the Year (1-15 employees)

NOBA 2022: Ne-Daa-Kii-Me-Naan Inc. is the Company of the Year (1-15 employees)

Partnerships and land stewardship guide Indigenous forestry company