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  • Tim Whiskeychan’s $5 coin now available

    Tim Whiskeychan’s $5 coin now available

    December 12, 2014 at 7:28 am

    Tim Whiskeychan is officially a minted success. In September, the Nation reported that the Royal Canadian Mint would use the Cree artist’s design for a special edition $5 coin. The coin, which features a Cree hunter aiming his bow at flying geese from behind a blind, was launched at a special ceremony in Ottawa on November 25. Romeo..

  • Behind the scenes at the premiere of the new TV series Mohawk Girls

    Behind the scenes at the premiere of the new TV series Mohawk Girls

    December 12, 2014 at 7:25 am

    To celebrate last month’s premiere of the APTN original series, Mohawk Girls, the cast, crew, and producers hosted a screening party at the 99 Resto Bar in Kahnawake. Upwards of a 100 people, including family members and close friends of those affiliated with the show, came together to watch the airing of the first two episodes..

  • The Montreal Council for Women names Nakuset Woman of the Year

    The Montreal Council for Women names Nakuset Woman of the Year

    December 12, 2014 at 7:18 am

    Nakuset is one of the most visible Aboriginal figures in Montreal for two reasons: she’s involved in a multitude of important projects, and she’s always willing to talk about them. In late November, the Montreal Council of Women chose to name her their Woman of the Year in recognition of her many contributions to the community,..

UPDATES

Paul Dixon, Coordinator of the Waswanipi Local Fur Office of the CTA

Hunting camp burglaries are a growing problem

November 15, 2014 at 6:51 am

Last Thanksgiving Monday, Willie Ottereyes of Waswanipi enjoyed a feast at camp with his family before heading back to the community...

PHOTOS

Forward’s photo earns national acclaim

Forward’s photo earns national acclaim

December 1, 2014 at 8:05 pm

A Mistissini photographer recently finished as a finalist in a national photo contest. Brendan Forward’s engaging image of a..