Peaceful Resolution in MFN Band Office Doors Chaining

The chaining of the Michipicoten First Nations Band Office has been peacefully resolved at this time. MyWawa will have more information shortly.
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Standing with Standing Rock in Wawa

Yesterday was an international day of support and action for Standing Rock in their fight against the North Dakota Access Pipeline. Peaceful protests were...

Why the MFN Band Offices were Closed Monday

On Monday, January 23rd, Robert Stone of Michipicoten First Nation chained the band office doors closed preventing any entry. In discussion with Brenda Grundt...
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Decolonizing Passenger Rail

Brendan Sutherland (who is working in a summer employment position with NORDIK/CAPT) will be making a presentation to the Ontario Aboriginal Students' Gathering...
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Ontario Funding New Healing Lodge for Garden River First Nation

Ontario is providing nearly $750,000 to support a new healing lodge to serve First Nations communities who are located from Sudbury to Sault Ste....

David Bouchard makes strong impression on students throughout the Algoma District School Board

David Bouchard is an award-winning author, an inspiring educator, and a friend of the Algoma District School Board.  Last week he spent five days...

Wawa’s Walk for Ho Thi

Lillian Smedley is raising money. She has organized a walk for today, June 25th at Michipicoten High School as a fundraiser with "Because I...

MFN Youth ‘Standing with Standing Rock’

Michipicoten First Nation Youth were supported by members and elders in their demonstration held yesterday during the lunch hour on Highway 17, just south...

OWA celebrates official Grand Opening of the Gitchi Animki Hydroelectric Project

The Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) congratulates Pic Mobert First Nation and Regional Power Inc. on the completion of the Gitchi Animki Project. OWA, community...
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Collision claims the lives of four Brunswick House First Nation family members

SOUTH PORCUPINE, Ont. - A northern Ontario First Nation is mourning the "terrible loss" of a 29-year-old pregnant mother, her two young sons and...