PM to change name of National Aboriginal Day

OTTAWA - The federal government intends to rename National Aboriginal Day as National Indigenous Peoples Day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today. Canadians come together...

How can parents and educators help our children understand Truth and Reconciliation?

David Bouchard, friend of Algoma District School Board, helps to address the question: David Bouchard is an Order of Canada Recipient, Metis author, educator and...

Gaa-nchi-gaazjig Nishnaabekwe’og – Michipicoten First Nation Elder Walking for Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women...

In the fall of 2015, John Emerson had a vision about a ‘Candle of Tears’ – a vision which led him to create a...

22 New Canadians!

Today was a special day at White Pines Collegiate as the school hosted a Citizenship Ceremony at which 22 new Canadian citizens were presented...

Sault College Receives Prestigious National Award

Sault College has received national recognition for its ongoing, strong commitment to Indigenous education. Today, representatives from Sault College proudly accepted the Colleges and...

Sault Legends: Lloyd Turner

This week's column is on a builder in hockey that spent some time growing up in the Sault and is a relative of one...

The Ontario Native Volleyball Invitational comes to The Sault

A sporting event that will bring in hundreds of athletes, family members, coaches and team enthusiasts to The Sault, is taking over the gymnasiums...

‘First Nations need sufficient, predictable and sustained funding’: Madahbee

Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee says that new fiscal relationships with First Nations are important for the federal government. “Sufficient, predictable and sustained...

Health and Wellness Board Room Dedicated to Ted Nolan’s Mother Rose Nolan

Sault College is honoured to announce that the Ted Nolan Foundation has partnered with the College to continue granting scholarships to deserving First Nations...

Algoma U Hosts Talk on Indigenous and Afrocolombian Women

In honour of International Women’s Day, Algoma University will be hosting a special talk with Charo Mina Rojas and Associate Professor Dr. Sheila Gruner...

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