MP Hughes Raises transportation concerns at Minister’s consultation meeting.

Ottawa – Transportation links that service northern and rural communities cannot be treated as an afterthought by the government according to Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing, MP Carol Hughes. Hughes...
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Canada to align with UN on aboriginal rights

OTTAWA - Canada is signalling it plans to embrace the UN's Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People — even as the federal government...

Logging charges withdrawn: Accused get $390K

TORONTO - The Ontario government has been ordered to pay four aboriginal people $390,000 after the prosecution decided at the last minute to withdraw...

Sault College Comes Together in Support of Orange Shirt Day

Today, as part of Orange Shirt Day, Sault College staff and students along with community supporters joined together in the spirit of reconciliation to...
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Why Should You Wear Orange on Sunday?

Elizabeth Webkamigad, Director of Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (SRSC), came by the ONNtv studio to share a little bit of the background, history and...

Sheehan Announces Support for Batchewana First Nation’s Information Technology Infrastructure

Government of Canada invests $134,400 to further Economic Development Opportunities for regional First Nation Communities. February 9, 2018 – Sault Ste. Marie, ON –Today, Terry...
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AES Phase II Regional Ratification Information Session

There will be a Phase 2 Regional Communications Ratification Meeting at the Quattro Hotel & Conference Centre in Sault Ste. Marie on June 14th...

Indigenous banking a bright spot for big banks as capital flows into communities

TORONTO — From complex energy-sector investments to infrastructure projects and businesses, the increase of capital flowing into Canada's Indigenous communities represents a bright spot...

Wiikwemikoong and National Chief wait for The Big Canoe

The National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Perry Bellegrade, and some representatives from Wiikwemikoong came to Bellevue Park early to meet the...

Correction services head marching orders: less segregation, more engagement

OTTAWA — A mandate letter for Canada's new corrections commissioner calls for more engagement with community groups to help prevent released prisoners from re-offending...

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