Community meetings will be an opportunity to look at relevant land claim/treaty related information, and to discuss our path moving forward. I hope to see as many of you as possible. There is much to be done in the coming months and I welcome all and any input or suggestions. For those of you who … Read more2019 Community Meeting Schedule
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.
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
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.
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
Our office will be CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS from December 21st, 2018 to January 1st, 2019. We will be REOPENING on January 2nd, 2019. Nibà – ayamìyàniwan ashidj Mino Nimkòdàding Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Wampum Belts are visual records of history. They are records of relationships and treaties between the Indigenous people of the Eastern Woodlands, as well the relationships between Indigenous peoples and Settler Societies. Wampum Belts are used in ceremony, teachings and are reminders of our shared laws and values in relation to governance and land stewardship. … Read moreWampum Belt Talk presented by Brian Charles
Date: Saturday December 8th Time: 12:00 pm Place: Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin Nation 24 Flint Ave, Bancroft, ON What to bring: Your favourite pot luck dish. Musical instruments, if you play or have one, so we can celebrate with music as our families would have done in the past. We look forward to seeing you … Read moreCommunity Christmas Pot Luck is just around the corner!
The Anishinaabe Baptiste Community Organization and the Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin Nation Community have partnered with North Hastings Children’s Services to administer the Ministry of Education EarlyON program through the Journey Together funding with Hastings County. This program is funded by the Government of Canada and the province of Ontario. Learn more about the Algonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and … Read moreAlgonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and Family Centre.
“Some 200+ community members gathered at the Hastings Highlands Centre on the morning of Friday, Sept. 7 to celebrate the official grand opening of the Algonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and Family Centre in Maynooth.” – Nate Smelle, Bancroft This Week Read more about the opening of Algonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and Family Centre in this story from … Read moreCommunity celebrates opening of Algonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and Family Centre.