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Year 1 No. 27 — Friday, October 7, 2016

The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) had a recent change in leadership as President Dr. Dawn Lavell-Harvard resigned from the position. After a one-year term, Lavell-Harvard stepped down in order to spend more time with her family.

A group of youth from the Evergreen A United Neighbourhood received school supplies during the launch of the Tbaytel for Good Community Fund at the Evergreen A United Neighbourhood building in Thunder Bay on Sept. 9. Photo by Rick Garrick.
Year 1 No. 27 — Friday, October 7, 2016

Tbaytel is launching the Tbaytel for Good Community Fund to support inspiring projects and to build strong and healthy communities across northern Ontario.

Confederation College students were served walleye, wildrice, corn and two types of bannock during the A Northern Welcome: Celebration and Feast, presented by the Oshki Anishnawbeg Student Association on Sept. 7 in the Shuniah Student Lounge. Photo by Rick Garrick.
Year 1 No. 27 — Friday, October 7, 2016

Confederation College’s A Northern Welcome: Celebration and Feast with drumming, dancing and traditional foods was a hit for students from across the north and around the world.

Year 1 No. 27 — Friday, October 7, 2016

Wasaya Airways launched their new Bombardier Dash 8 plane on September 28. The new plane is a twin-engine, medium range turboprop that seats 37 and has an increased storage capacity.

Long time Dryden resident Shirley McLean shared her recent experiences of acting in Fire Song, a critically acclaimed film that was shot in part at Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation. Photo by Michael Christianson
Year 1 No. 26 — Friday, September 23, 2016

Shirley McLean made her Living Library debut with the Dryden Area Anti-Racism Network (DAARN) on Thursday September 15. McLean took part in the film Fire Song, which debuted in the festival circuit last year and is continuing to receive positive reviews.

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