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Dryden mine developer strikes cooperation deal with Métis Nation

Dryden mine developer strikes cooperation deal with Métis Nation

Treasury Metals sees spinoff opportunities for Goliath Gold Project
A new approach to design

A new approach to design

Learning at Laurentian infused with Indigenous values
Bridging the cultural gap

Bridging the cultural gap

Thunder Bay consultant brings a positive vibe and open dialogue to diversity training
Sudbury contractor starts groundbreaking work on Watay power project

Sudbury contractor starts groundbreaking work on Watay power project

PowerTel mobilizes to connect Pikangikum First Nation to grid power
Province introduces legislation to expand Indigenous education

Province introduces legislation to expand Indigenous education

Existing Indigenous Institutes would be able to grant post-secondary degrees and diplomas under new legislation.
Indigenous students earn top awards in forestry

Indigenous students earn top awards in forestry

Forest Products Association of Canada acknowledges students from New Liskeard and North Bay.
Waubetek Business winners announced

Waubetek Business winners announced

Four winners from the development corporation’s catchment area were celebrated on Nov. 2.
Feds fund mine rehab training for Indigenous citizens

Feds fund mine rehab training for Indigenous citizens

Funding of $2.6 million will help Atikameksheng Anishnawbek train 50 participants, including 15 youth and 35 women.
Sudbury company lands distribution rights for all-terrain vehicle

Sudbury company lands distribution rights for all-terrain vehicle

Sherp designed for extreme operational conditions
Reserve reaching out to help others build homes

Reserve reaching out to help others build homes

Nine homes have been built on Fort William First Nation and 11 more are scheduled to be completed this spring.