Algoma University’s Statement on Truth and Reconciliation: Calls to Action and Beyond

Yesterday, Algoma University officially proclaims our support for the Calls to Action… and beyond. We pledge to our partners that we will continue to...

The ROM Shines a Spotlight on Art, Culture, and Nature To Celebrate Canada 150

TORONTO — The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) celebrates the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation with a spectacular slate of original exhibitions and inspiring programming...

Sault College Unveils Sacred Fire Arbour at its Annual Winter Gathering

Building on its commitment to Indigenous education, Sault College is proud to announce and celebrate the completion of the ‘Wiigwaasgamig’ Birch Bark House Sacred...

Batchewana First Nation Reminds the Ministry of Natural Resources about First Nations Jurisdiction

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) claimed to have found hundreds of rotting fish in abandoned gill nets on Lake Superior, in...

Chief Alfred Bisaillon passes into the Spirit World

The Anishinabek Nation flag was lowered at the Union of Ontario Indians head office this week to honour Chief Alfred Bisaillon of Thessalon First...

Minister hits target in Indigenous Education and Achievement

Ontario Education Minister was in town Monday to tour a few area schools and to make an announcement regarding  Indigenous education. Ontario is investing in...

Karl Hele Launches New Book This is Indian Land

Algoma University is pleased to announce that Dr. Karl Hele will be launching his newest book, This is Indian Land, on its campus on...
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Make this Friday the 13th your lucky day!

Would you like to win a pair of tickets to see Derek Miller live on January 27th at The Machine Shop? Well you might...

Celebrate Canada’s 150 through mosaic

Sault Ste. Marie is celebrating Canada's 150 between February 14-15 through various tile painting workshops that will be put together into a large mosaic. There...

Derailment outside Blind River: Update

Just a short while ago there was a derailment outside of Blind River. It happened on the Mississauga First Nation. No chemicals were spilled. It was...

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