RoseAnne Archibald Sits Down With David Moses On Moment Of Truth This Friday

Tune in to Moment of Truth this Friday, November 19th, for a special episode, as David Moses sits down with RoseAnne Archibald, the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations.  They’ll be talking about the current state of residential institutes, the Pope’s visit, and much more.   Tune in to Moment of Truth, every weekday night […]

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Job Opportunity with Algonquins of Pikwakangan First Nation Limited Partnership

Algonquins of Pikwakangan First Nation is looking to hire for their new role of Manager, Limited Partnership (LP). They are looking for an energetic self starter who is ambitious and has an entrepreneurial spirit. They are seeking someone with previous experience and education in office administration and project management. All the details of the position and […]

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A living descendant of legendary Lakota Sioux chief, Sitting Bull has been identified

A 73 year-old Lakota Sioux man, Ernie Crowfoot LaPointe, was challenged on his relation to Sitting Bull for years. Sitting Bull was the Lakota Sioux chief and warrior known for defeating General Custer’s army at the Little Big Horn in 1876. However, scientists out of Cambridge, UK investigated Sitting Bull’s lineage thanks to a two-inch lock of hair. They turned to […]

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ITO Newsletter: Time Is Running Out To Apply For $2500 Digital Transformation Grant From Indigenous Tourism Ontario

RESOURCES 11 Days Remain to Apply for the $2500 Digital Transformation Grant Digital Main Street (DMS) is a program focused on assisting small businesses with their adoption of technologies. The Digital Transformation Grant (DTG) program will provide funding for training, advisory support, and grants to brick-and-mortar small businesses looking increase their capacity through digital transformation. The […]

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Five Indigenous-Owned Local Businesses You Should Support Next Time You Shop

It’s always encouraged to shop local when you can, especially in recent times when small businesses need all the support they can get. But what’s better than supporting local businesses? Supporting Indigenous owned businesses in your community. Here’s a list of five great ones in the Ottawa/Gatineau area you should check out next time you’re […]

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The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Beechwood Cemetery

September 30th marked the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. To acknowledge the day, Beechwood Cemetery partnered with Project of Heart, the Assembly of 7 Generations, and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society to host an educational day for the public.   Members of A7G, Beechwood Cemetery, Family Caring Society, and Project […]

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