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Richard Waite
1 year 9 months
14th Annual First Nations Northern Housing Conference
Registration is now open for the 14th Annual First Nations Northern Housing Conference.  Information and registration packages have been delivered to the communities.  Conference and registration information can also be found at www.northernhousi [More]
Stu Finn
1 year 10 months
NOFNEC 2015 a huge success!
The 2015 Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference, which took place on September 29, 30 & October 1, 2015  was a great success!  The conference was held at the Best Western Plus Nor'wester Hotel and Conference Centre in Thunder Bay, Ontario. [More]
Donna Brunton, RPP
1 year 11 months
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Kasabonika Lake Open House on New Sewage Lagoon
On Tuesday, July 28th an Open House was held are the Arena in Kasabonika Lake to discuss the Sewage Lagoon Project.  This is a two year project and is expected to be complete and operational by fall of 2016.  This project includes the construction of a new 15.0 ha, three-cell, seasonal retention [More]
Donna Brunton, RPP
2 years 2 weeks
Under Construction - A New "Interim" School for Wapekeka
The site has been selected and foundation is being laid for a new "temporary" school structure in Wapekeka.  This follows the devasting loss of the Rev. Eleazar Winter Memorial School in the community this spring.  [More]
Donna Brunton, RPP
2 years 2 weeks
Storm in Kasabonika Lake
Picture of storm brewing in beautiful Kasabonika Lake, summer has been hot and wet.  Photo credit D. Brunton taken July 28th, 2015. [More]
Donna Brunton, RPP
2 years 3 months
Wapekeka School Fire - Rev. Eleazar Winter Memorial School
Tragically, on May 13th at approximately 10:30 pm a fire was reported at the Rev. [More]
Stu Finn
2 years 3 months
Northern Ontario Environment Conference 2015
NOFNEC is back and bigger than ever!! [More]
2 years 6 months
MACC Project Training
MACC delivered training for community-based health and resource workers in 2013 and 2014.  The goal was to provide community health workers with training to increase the skills, knowledge and abilities of health workers to better support women who use or may have used substances during pregnancy [More]
2 years 6 months
Research Report 2013
Shibogama Health Authority and the Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) jointly issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) in February 2013 for research pertaining to pregnant women and young mothers with a history of addictions in the Shibogama communities of Kasabonika, Kingfisher Lake, Wa [More]
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Online Resources for Pregnant Women, New Mothers, and Community Workers
MACC has produced two catalogues of First Nations appropriate information: one for pregnant women and new mothers and one for northern community workers who provide services to them. [More]

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