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Special Chiefs Assembly confers over landmark agreement

Special Chiefs Assembly confers over landmark agreement

Representatives and leaders from across the Nishawbe Aski Nation (NAN) are gathering in Thunder Bay for two days to discuss matters related to the wellbeing of First Nations children, families, and community members - in addition to the final settlement agreement regarding a CHRT case dating back to 2007.
Motorist caught driving nearly 60 km/h over speed limit

Motorist caught driving nearly 60 km/h over speed limit

OPP laid charges after an incident on Highway 17 in the Marathon area.
Firearms charges for Manitouwadge resident after a barricade situation on Tuesday

Firearms charges for Manitouwadge resident after a barricade situation on Tuesday

A 26-year-old from Manitouwadge is facing firearms charges after an incident on Tuesday.
Ginoogaming First Nation declares state of emergency

Ginoogaming First Nation declares state of emergency

A surge of criminal activity has community members concerned for their safety. Chief Sheri Taylor spoke with Dougall Media about why the declaration was needed and what needs to happen next.
Howdy! This Ontario backyard is a wild tribute to the Old West

Howdy! This Ontario backyard is a wild tribute to the Old West

Mike and Shelley Duval love welcoming visitors to their backyard village. Shelley jokes that since retiring, 'we just play in the yard now'
Parks Canada construction paused after workers find bone and other objects

Parks Canada construction paused after workers find bone and other objects

Despite a groundbreaking ceremony held four days earlier, construction of the new Administration and Visitors Centre was brought to a halt on May 8 upon the discovery of several objects - with one identified as a bone.
Khalsa Day celebration draws more than 1,000 people to Sudbury

Khalsa Day celebration draws more than 1,000 people to Sudbury

Celebration of the Sikh New Year, also known as Khalsa Day, saw celebrants hold a procession through downtown Sudbury with people singing, praying and sweeping the streets, all part of a blessing for the community
Manitouwadge gearing up for the second annual Pride event

Manitouwadge gearing up for the second annual Pride event

Community members in Manitouwadge celebrate inclusion and equality with the second annual Pride event.
One person facing drug trafficking charges in Wawa

One person facing drug trafficking charges in Wawa

Superior East OPP has arrested and charged one individual with drug trafficking in Wawa.
Engagement opens pathways for remote FN communities

Engagement opens pathways for remote FN communities

The 'employment readiness project' - a joint initiative between Marten Falls First Nation and Webequie First Nation - is designed by community members, for community members, and facilitated by the North Superior Workforce Planning Board.
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