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Funding secured for connecting First Nations to provincial power

The group behind a project trying to connect 17 remote northern communities to Ontario's power grid says the project is now fully funded. The group...

The third annual Celebration of Nations was held in St Catharines

People from First Nations far and wide are in St Catharines this weekend to share their culture and connect with the community. It's the third...

Trudeau asks transport minister to tackle Greyhound’s western pullout

Greyhound Canada announced last week it is cutting passenger and delivery services in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Northwestern Ontario and rural British Columbia. The decision triggered...

Bringing communities together through hockey

Hockey is a tie that binds us as Canadians. It's also one that's brought a remote First Nations community to our region for the...

First Nations Peace Monument in Thorold

A monument representing the role First Nations Peoples played in the War of 1812 was unveiled today in Thorold. The Monument of Peace stands at...

Koneline: Our Land Beautiful

Koneline: Our Land Beautiful is a Canadian documentary directed by award-winning director Nettie Wild. She premiered the film in Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake and Iskut, British Columbia...

Ontario’s reconciliation apology

For nearly 160 years in Ontario, 18 residential schools subjected native children to brutal practices aimed at eliminating their culture. Today, with chiefs and...

Prayer vigil for Attawapiskat residents held at Brock

A prayer vigil was held at Brock University this afternoon in response to the suicide attempts in the northern First Nations community of Attawapiskat....

Attawapiskat declares a state of emergency after 11 suicide attempts in...

There were 11 suicide attempts in just one night, prompting authorities in the Attawapiskat community to declare a state of emergency. The Attawapiskat First Nation...

House fire kills nine family members in Pikangikum

A trauma team has now arrived at an isolated Aboriginal Reserve in Northwestern Ontario where a house fire killed nine members of one family,...

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