Applications of retail cannabis licences in Ontario now being accepted

TORONTO — Applications are now being accepted from those looking to enter a lottery to apply for the first 25 retail cannabis licences in...

Awesome students and teachers at École catholique Georges Vanier in Elliot Lake

The season of giving at École Georges Vanier Christmas is the season of giving and students at École catholique Georges Vanier in Elliot Lake did...

Get funding to hire young Canadians for summer jobs in 2019: MP Hughes

(Elliot Lake ON) -  Canada’s prosperity increasingly depends on young Canadians getting the education and experience they’ll need to start their careers, according to...

Time for Christmas Carols! ~ Vive le vent et l’esprit de Noël!

On the evening of Thursday, December 13, grade 7 and 8 students of École Saint-Joseph (Wawa) accompanied by Ms. Isabella and Ms Suzanne went...

Anishinabek Nation leadership support disbandment of Thunder Bay Police Service Board

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (December 19, 2018)— Anishinabek Nation leadership is supportive of the disbandment of the Thunder Bay Police Service Board and see...

MacMaster holiday concert billed as dementia-inclusive

TORONTO — A holiday concert by fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy is being billed as dementia-inclusive, for providing audience members with large-font printed lyrics,...

Tweet that. Canadians’ and Americans’ Twitter language mirrors national stereotypes

A new study examining differences in the language used in nearly 40-million tweets suggests national stereotypes - Canadians tend to be polite and nice...

Anishinabek Nation leadership disappointed by cultural funding cuts by provincial government

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (December 17, 2018)— Anishinabek Nation Lake Huron Region Chair and Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod is disappointed following the...

“Imagine what would happen if we put people at the heart of every decision...

I know I’m not alone in saying how happy I am that the Holiday Season is upon us. Mind you, with all of the...

Jesse Wente poised to turn dialogue into action at Indigenous Screen Office

TORONTO — As director of Canada's fledgling Indigenous Screen Office, Jesse Wente has spent much of the past year travelling around the country, doing...