Read the December/January 2020 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Acclaimed Children’s Book Written By NCN Citizen
Nehetho Traditions Shine in New Book
Natashia Moodie is a busy NCN Citizen who wears many caps, including public health nurse, singer/songwriter, animal advocate, and now, published author!
“Little Tree” is a children’s book about a spruce tree who lives in the boreal forest of the Northern Hemisphere. He is curious about the world around him and, with help from his friend Strong Eagle Man, learns about climate change and the ways in which our actions affect the planet.
“It’s amazing how this story came to me,” says Moodie. “I was on the ferry from York Landing for work. I was looking at the trees, thinking about environment, and it just came to me. I wrote for an hour and a half straight. It just flowed.” Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
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- Elders Are Our Most Precious Gift
- Promise Yourself New Beginnings This Year
- NCN Stories That Made Headlines in 2019
- Housing Authority Actions Helps Preserve Mother Earth
- NCN Staff Christmas Brunch a Blast
- Manitoba Hit Hard by Flu Bug
- Parks and Rec Leads us Into 2020
- A Passion for Running – Coral Linklater
- Voice of Our Youth – Wîsahkêcâhk Goes to Wall Street
- A Song in Their Hearts
- Coronavirus Outbreak Grabs World’s Attention
- New Education Partner Brings Equality to First Nations