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WIFNWalpole Island First Nation (Ontario, Canada)
WIFNWomen in Fisheries Network
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Today, Steven Del Duca, Ontario Minister of Transportation, was accompanied by Drew Dilkens, the Mayor of Windsor, Daniel Miskokomon, Chief of Walpole Island First Nation, Reta Sands, Walpole Island First Nation Elder, and Lori Newton, Executive Director of Bike Windsor Essex to officially open the trails on the Rt.
Protestors at Walpole Island First Nation along the St.
He is currently working on a 10-megawatt wind farm on Walpole Island First Nation near Wallaceburg.
Asikinack is an Anishinabe, born on the Walpole Island First Nation in Southern Ontario.
The powwow histories I examine in this article are those that take place at the Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, near Forest, Walpole Island First Nation (Bkejwanong), near Wallaceburg, and Sarnia First Nation (Aamjiwnaang), in Sarnia.
Williams, who hails from the Walpole Island First Nation near Samia, was born with under-developed retinas in both eyes.
While maintaining its cultural heritage and traditional knowledge of the environment, the Walpole Island First Nation worked effectively with the nonindigenous population and western environmental scientists to everyone's benefit, according to IISP.
Naomi Williams, 28, an assistant environmental technologist from Walpole Island First Nation, credits a federal government program called BEAHR with expanding her career options and providing an opportunity to help her preserve her people's natural resource heritage.
Walpole Island First Nation in southwestern Ontario has been plagued by the high levels of mercury in the fish of the St.
Denise Aquash of Walpole Island First Nation in Ontario spoke for the first time publicly about the 2005 murder of her niece, Katrina Kiyoshk.
Jacobs is the executive director of the Walpole Island Heritage Centre, located on Walpole Island First Nation.
The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) has awarded the third annual Skills Award for Aboriginal Youth to Shownoo Blackbird-Williams from Walpole Island First Nation in Ontario.