Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance – Thunder Bay Graduation

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Thunder Bay Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance Graduation Class
Thunder Bay Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance Graduation Class
Thunder Bay Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance Graduation Class
Thunder Bay Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance Graduation Class

THUNDER BAY – Matawa First Nation students in the Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance have been working toward their Introduction to Mining Essentials course.

Students in Thunder Bay will be completing this first class in the RoFATA program this Friday with a special graduation celebration.

The event will be shared live in NetNewsLedger.

The event will happen on Friday, March 14, 2014 from 1:00PM to 3:00PM.

Students in the Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance (RoFATA) were hearing about plans for Premier Gold and a new mine in Geraldton
Students in the Ring of Fire Aboriginal Training Alliance (RoFATA) were hearing about plans for Premier Gold and a new mine in Geraldton
Mel Legarde, a RoFATA student from Long Lake #58 listening carefully to the presentation from Premier Gold
Mel Legarde, a RoFATA student from Long Lake #58 listening carefully to the presentation from Premier Gold
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