Category: 2014 09 22
A Kepa Transport truck heading southbound on the Laurentien Autoroute slammed into the pillar of an overpass early Monday morning on September 8 just outside of Saint-Jérôme.
The driver reportedly suffered slight injuries.
The truck, carrying particleboard, was traveling from Val-d’Or to Montreal when it ran off the highway and into the ... read more ››
The Cree Nation of Nemaska may have the smallest population in Eeyou Istchee, but if Hugo Girard has his way, it will be home to the biggest biceps of the North.
Girard, known for winning numerous international strongman competitions – including the title of “North America’s Strongest Man” in 2001 and ... read more ››
When the provincial government switched from the Parti Québécois to the Quebec Liberal Party last April as Premier Philippe Couillard took over the helm, it gave the Cree the chance to put new issues on the table and form new partnerships.
The Grand Chief greets Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard
On September 3, ... read more ››
Tim Whiskeychan has been celebrating traditional Cree culture through his art for years, but one of his recent pieces is guaranteed to be collector’s item.
One of the Waskaganish artist’s designs has been selected to appear on $5 silver coins produced by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). The coin is the ... read more ››
Hearing the Cree legend of the giant skunk and the wolverine, many listeners might think the story is really about its conclusions: “and that’s why skunks are so small today,” or “that’s why James Bay has salt water.” But really, the story is about context. On September 4, the Bureau ... read more ››
A new public access TV program will showcase Montreal Indigenous peoples and services offered to help them survive in the city.
Beginning this September, Indigenous Power will be hosted by Nakuset, the Executive Director of the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal (NWSM). Part of a Bell initiative to create community television, ... read more ››
Nian Matoush with David Suzuki and Adult Education teachers.
Now that the Roundtable on Capacity Building has finished touring nine Cree communities, involving wide swaths of Cree society and receiving thousands of comments and suggestions on how to make the Eeyou Istchee better for its people, the question is, what happens ... read more ››
Bernard Caouette says he wants to set the record straight about the school bussing contract controversy that has shaken the Cree School Board.
“One thing we got from the demonstration [at the Annual General Assembly] was that there was a lot of disinformation that came from somewhere,” he told the Nation ... read more ››
The forest surrounding the lake near my cottage is dense with pine, birch and poplar trees. There are many kinds of brush, blueberry plants, mushrooms and plentiful wildlife. There’s lots of activity on the banks of the lake in September.
I am also getting ready for the cold weather. I’m building ... read more ››
Greetings from London! (UK please and thank you!) I’m actually en route for Paris as I write this; call me International Josh.
I don’t know about you but I love to travel. I have never been to London and at 36, I regret not coming here earlier. There’s something about London ... read more ››
I recently read yet another editorial in a national paper calling for a change to Aboriginal communities’ land rights – for their own good. The Conservative government has made a number of legislative moves in this direction, such as the First Nations Governance Act. Now some are lobbying the federal ... read more ››