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For more than a century, nickel miner Vale (formerly Inco) was operating "in total ignorance" on the traditional lands of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek First Nation (Whitefish Lake First Nation), said Angie Robson, the company's director of corporate affairs and sustainability.
Jagodzinsky is Cree from the Whitefish Lake First Nation. While he was born in Edmonton and has lived in the city for years, he spent his middle school years on the northern First Nation.
Whitefish Lake First Nation approached CLAC to ask if the organization would be interested in developing and delivering a training program for the construction industry, said Warren Kootenay, Aboriginal initiatives coordinator with CLAC.
In 1886 the Whitefish Lake First Nation, located just west of present-day Sudbury, sold timber rights on its reserve through a surrender arranged by the federal government.
July 23-July 24, 2005 Whitefish Lake First Nation, Ont (705) 692-1954
July 23 & 24, 2005, Whitefish Lake First Nation, Ont.--705-692-1954
It's been a long time coming, but Chief Steve Miller said a light industrial business park will open its doors in Atikameksheng Anishnawbek (Whitefish Lake First Nation) in spring 2017.
Chief Robert Gray, Grand Chief of the tribal council and Chief of Whitefish Lake First Nation, says the agreement is an important step in leveling the education field.
Whitefish Lake First Nation and Ermineskin Cree Nation have undertaken an aggressive joint campaign to stop Coalspur's proposed Vista coal mine project-the first of four stages in a massive 470 sq/km open pit operation in the Eastern Slopes, which will impact diverse wildlife populations and threaten one of the last hunting grounds of several First Nations' communities.
The community, also known as Whitefish Lake First Nation, formally signed the agreement on Nov.