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Are you an Indigenous writer? Scholastic wants to hear from you.

Remember getting the Scholastic book order forms in school? Well, those colourful pages are about to get a whole lot more Indigenous. Scholastic Canada is actively looking for submissions by Indigenous authors to broaden their catalogue and make more titles available to students and teachers. A callout is not typically how the book company handles an increase in demand for a … Read moreAre you an Indigenous writer? Scholastic wants to hear from you.

Call for Volunteers – Join the Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research Crew

We are pleased to invite Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) members to join the Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research crew to participate with our 2019 winter sampling taking place on Lake of Two Rivers and Lake Opeongo. Any AOO individuals over the age of 16 are welcome to participate. We are looking for volunteers to ice … Read moreCall for Volunteers – Join the Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research Crew

Ontario Investing in Indigenous Economic Development

Ontario is working with Indigenous communities to create lasting economic prosperity for Indigenous people and communities. Today the province announced $27.5 million in funding for programs that support economic development for Indigenous people. The programs support training, job creation community infrastructure, and consultation capacity in communities, making a real difference in the lives of community … Read moreOntario Investing in Indigenous Economic Development

Call for Algonquin Community Volunteers

Winter Angler Activity Flights in Algonquin Provincial Park The Algonquins of Ontario and Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research are seeking volunteers to assist in the Winter Angler Activity Flights in Algonquin Provincial Park. A series of flights will be conducted over a set of lakes in the Park for the purpose of collecting data on … Read moreCall for Algonquin Community Volunteers

The Algonquin Forestry Authority (AFA) is seeking Tree Markers & Surveyors for the 2019 season.

The AFA is the Ontario Crown agency responsible for sustainable forest management in Algonquin Provincial Park. Our responsibilities include harvesting and distribution of wood products to mills in communities adjacent to the Park, as well as forest management planning, silviculture and compliance monitoring. For details on this opportunity please visit the Tanakiwin website.

Camp Arowhon in Algonquin Park seeks a camp cook for the 2019 camp season.

The Arowhon Camp Cooks Supervise kitchen staff and helpers; Organize and manage buffets and banquets; Inspect kitchens and food service areas; Clean kitchen and work areas; Maintain inventory and records of food, supplies and equipment; Prepare and cook complete meals or individual dishes and foods; Plan menus, determine size of food portions, estimate food requirements … Read moreCamp Arowhon in Algonquin Park seeks a camp cook for the 2019 camp season.

North Hastings Community Integration Association is proud to announce the Community Corridor Of Inclusion And Resilience.

Emerging out of a vision from North Hastings Community Integration Association (NHCIA), this project involves 2 phases of building a collaborative public artwork that celebrates unknown and known cultural riches in our community. Phase 1 is the planning and phase 2 is the making of this community engaged art project. Phase 1 will officially commence … Read moreNorth Hastings Community Integration Association is proud to announce the Community Corridor Of Inclusion And Resilience.

Archaeological Liaison Training Session – 2019

The Algonquins lived in present-day Ontario for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. Today, the Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) Settlement Area includes an area of more than nine million acres within the watersheds of the Kitchissippi (Ottawa River) and the Mattawa River in Ontario, the unceded territory that covers most of eastern Ontario, including Ottawa, … Read moreArchaeological Liaison Training Session – 2019