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Canada supports the Mississauga Nation efforts to advance self-determination and reconciliation

The Mississauga Nation has received $120,000 this year through the Government of Canada's Nation Rebuilding Program. The Mississauga Nation consists of six communities - Mississaugas...
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Canada Post Unveils Plan to Improve Service to Indigenous Communities

Canada Post unveiled its Indigenous and northern reconciliation plan Monday, in which it committed to meet with every community in the North to discuss...

Garden River Issues Travel Advisory

Garden River First Nation has issued a travel advisory for the Greater Toronto Area and Peel Region. Band administration is urging those who are planning...

Rising COVID-19 cases spark talk of widespread school closures, extending holiday break

Rising COVID-19 cases, including inside Canadian schools, are sparking debate about the potential for another widespread school shutdown, with some proposing extensions to the...

Serpent River Adds Sudbury To List Of High Risk Travel Destinations

Serpent River First Nation is asking its members to exercise extreme caution as the second wave of COVID-19 continues. There are no confirmed cases of...
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PLATO Software Testing Continues Amid Second Wave Of COVID-19

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON - As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Indigenous students in Sault Ste Marie continue their journey to...

Sault Area Hospital updates SSM Council: No Level 3 facility on the horizon

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – “I have as the mayor received more communications, on issues and challenges in our community that relate to addictions,...
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Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency Becomes Founding Member of the Cannabis Regulators Association

The Cannabis Regulators Association (CANNRA), a non-partisan organization, announced its formation to better share institutional knowledge and regulatory best practices. Regulators from 19 states,...

Ontario Provides Additional Support to Help Indigenous Students

Ontario’s Minister of Education has announced funding to the tune of $17 million over three years to support First Nation, Métis, Inuit, and urban...

Sault Area Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Northern Light Cannabis to the Community

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – On November 10, the Sault Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, Board Members, and Bay Mills Indian Community dignitaries held...