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Manitoulin receives $5 million in FedNor funds

Manitoulin receives $5 million in FedNor funds

Funding will support 17 projects across the Lake Huron island
Forging new bonds with First Nations

Forging new bonds with First Nations

Indigenous-led AurCrest Gold sees a shared future with remote communities in northwestern Ontario
Manitoulin First Nation wants provincial wood heating program restored

Manitoulin First Nation wants provincial wood heating program restored

Wood pellet mill on Wiikwemkoong’s agenda to achieve energy self-sufficiency
Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill

Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill

Indigenous-private partnership aims to achieve 75 per cent First Nations employment
Chiefs of Ontario elects new leader

Chiefs of Ontario elects new leader

RoseAnne Archibald will represent Indigenous communities across the province.
Sudbury to help develop worldwide curriculum for Indigenous education

Sudbury to help develop worldwide curriculum for Indigenous education

$250K research grant will pave the way for two-year study that will contribute to international efforts
Garden River intervenes in steel mill's insolvency proceedings

Garden River intervenes in steel mill's insolvency proceedings

The First Nation says it's never been consulted, accommodated or even notified of Algoma's proposal for a new port
Serpent River First Nation, Elliot Lake to forge working agreement

Serpent River First Nation, Elliot Lake to forge working agreement

Elliot Lake is located within Serpent River First Nation traditional territory covered under the Robinson-Huron Treaty.
Nipissing First Nation studying production-scale greenhouse idea

Nipissing First Nation studying production-scale greenhouse idea

Operation would create employment for members
Cambrian College signs First Nation teachings into  curriculum

Cambrian College signs First Nation teachings into curriculum

College signs Indigenous Education Protocol in Sudbury to incorporate culture and traditional knowledge into programs