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Paro Centre and Ontario Government team up

THUNDER BAY – Business – The Paro Centre and Ontario Government have team teamed up. The Ontario government is helping low-income and at-risk women in Thunder Bay develop new skills to gain economic independence and rebuild secure lives for themselves and...


Posted 14 March 2013 by
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Northern Jobs and Growth Act

Northern Jobs and Growth Act Passed in House

OTTAWA – Northern Jobs and Growth Act is headed to the Senate. Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development stated, “The Harper Government is delivering on its commitment to creating the conditions for jobs and economic growth in the...


Posted 6 March 2013 by
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Real Tree Hugger

Randy Nickle is a ‘Real Tree Hugger’

KENORA – Randy Nickle is a ‘Real Tree Hugger’. The Kenora-Rainy River Progressive Conservative is endorsing the new Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA) campaign “REAL Tree Hugger”.  Randy Nickle is a ‘Real Tree Hugger‘ NOMA has launched the “REAL...


Posted 5 March 2013 by
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NAPS Officers

First Nations Policing Funding Secured

OTTAWA – First Nations Policing funding has been secured. Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo along with AFN Quebec/Labrador Regional Chief Ghislain Picard and Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Chief Gilbert Whiteduck met today with Public Security...


Posted 4 March 2013 by
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His name was Colin M. Brown

GUELPH – Today marks the twentieth anniversary of a great man’s death. His name was Colin M. Brown. Maybe you never heard of him, but Colin was an important person in my life and an important person in Canadian history. Colin M....


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