BREAKING NEWS – PRESS RELEASE

Update on Heather Winterstein, age 24 – Urgent Coroners Inquest must be Called 

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BREAKING NEWS – PRESS RELEASE

Heather Winterstein, December 15, 2021

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NCNW Spotlight Interview: Georgie Groat, DSBN Indigenous Education

What is your and your family’s background? Georgie: I grew up in St. Catharines, the third of four children who come from a settler and Haudenosaunee background. I have two older sisters, a younger brother, my mom is from British-Welsh ancestry, and my dad is Tuscarora/Mohawk. So, I carry that ancestry. How did you learn […]

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ONWA Time for Action to Honour 215 Lost Children

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Ontario Taking Action to Combat Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls

            NEWS RELEASE Ontario Taking Action to Combat Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls New strategy responding to National Inquiry provides holistic supports across government May 27, 2021 Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services           Toronto, ON — The Ontario government is taking further action […]

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Niagara Health Media Release: Surgeries, procedures to gradually resume beginning Tuesday, May 25

Niagara Health is cautiously starting to resume elective surgeries and procedures as of Tuesday, May 25, starting with day surgeries and other outpatient procedures and moving to inpatient surgeries later in the week. Read the full media release here.

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Ontario Recruiting 25 New Conservation Officers

NEWS RELEASE Ontario Recruiting 25 New Conservation Officers New Officers will Help Ensure Safe and Sustainable Use of Province’s Natural Resources May 03, 2021 Natural Resources and Forestry Table of Contents Content Quick Facts Additional Resources Related Topics TORONTO —The Ontario government is enhancing the protection of the province’s precious natural resources and ensuring public […]

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Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) 2021 Federal Budget Response

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Ontario Investing $46 million to Support Young Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking

December 10, 2020 Children, Community and Social Services Table of Contents Content Related Topics As part of the province’s Anti-Human Trafficking Strategy, Ontario is increasing services for child and youth victims and survivors of human trafficking by providing $46 million for 27 new projects across the province through the Community Supports Fund and Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund. […]

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First-ever Virtual AGM a Success! October 2020

The Annual General Meeting done virtually this year was very successful. Congratulations to the Board, staff, volunteers and students! To read about the amazing work accomplished this past year in the Annual General Report, click here. Also, view the video clips of employees’ brief overview below.

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