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A.I.A.I. Health Scholarship Information

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The AIAI Health Scholarship Award was created in 1989 to promote and recognize First Nations excellence in a Health or Traditional Healing post-secondary program. Ultimately, we strive to increase the number of First Nations people entering into a health profession as their career goal. The successful applicants (2) will receive the $1000 Health Scholarship and honourable recognition by AIAI's Gra...
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HIAWATHA FIRST NATION ONE OF 11 COMMUNITIES SELECTED TO RECEIVE FUNDING TO EXPAND NATURAL GAS SERVICE

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April 3, 2018 - Jeff Leal, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and Minister Responsible for Small Business was joined by Lou Rinaldi, MPP for Northumberland—Quinte West, and Chief Laurie Carr of the Hiawatha First Nation to announce 11 projects selected to receive funding to expand access to natural gas and build the supporting natural gas infrastructure that will dramatically increase...
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SKILLS TO WORK PROGRAM!

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Free for first and second generation newcomers and First Nations aged 18-29! Our training programs for young adults (Ages 18-29) will give you the skills, certificates, basic equipment and experience to obtain meaningful employment. Light Industrial Training (LIT) Open the door to the advanced manufacturing and warehouse industries with the essential skills and competencies needed to su...
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Today we Honor Women: International Women’s Day

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London, Ontario, March 8th, 2018 – March 8th is known world wide as international women's day which is held annually to celebrate women's achievements throughout history. Women from all walks of life on this day are recognized regardless of divisions in ethnicity, nation or culture. First Nations women are at the heart of all our nation's. Chief Denise Stonefish states "We take this time to cel...
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STANLEY VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY A SLAP IN THE FACE OF RECONCILIATION

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London, Ontario, Feb 13th, 2018 – All across Canada indigenous peoples have been angered, shocked, and saddened by the not guilty verdict in the Colten Boushie case.  It is a stark reminder for many indigenous peoples that for them, there is no justice. It's a reminder for all of us that discrimination is alive and well in Canada.  The mere fact that an all-white jury found a white man not guilty ...
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