From Shore to Sky: A Reconciliation Story
CTV News Montreal featured an article about the Micro Grid Project in Gull Bay with pictures, videos, and a short history of our community finding its way forward.
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Lac des Iles Mines is currently recruiting for several summer student positions to work in the Maintenance, Warehouse or Mill Departments during the period May 1 to August 31, 2020. Experience in a mining or industrial setting is an asset.
APPLICATION DEADLINE MARCH 31, 2020
Gezhtoojig Employment and Training in partnership with the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association and Cambrian College are seeking interested ABORIGINAL participants for this 15 week job readiness program.
APPLICATION DEADLINE MARCH 10, 2020
Our success hinges on a sustainable model that leverages the skills and expertise of a highly motivated professional Board of Directors who work closely with staff and community members to ensure cohesion and vision. The majority of the Board of Directors are voted directly by the membership (members of KZA) and are responsible and accountable to the members. The corporation has been set up in a way that protects the interests of the members, and not corporations or political entities.
Ma’iingan Development Inc.’s vision is captured in our purpose statement “The strength of the wolf lies in the pack.” The wolf represents a great hunter, providing for the pack and highlighting the importance of a tight-knit kinship group to ensure survival. For Anishinaabe people, the wolf is an important leader and one of our closest relatives. The work of the corporation lies in the dynamic of a wolf pack where the leaders always have the group’s interests at heart.
Along with the Lower Mattagami and Peter Sutherland Senior hydro generation projects, the Gull Bay micro grid collaboration is OPG’s fifth development project with an Indigenous community.