Read the July 2016 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Gathering at Poplar United Church Cemetery Pays Respect
On Wednesday, July 6, a group of NCN Citizens gathered at the Poplar United Church cemetery to remember beloved friends and family who have passed on.
Councillor Shirley Linklater organized the event, which she hopes will become a highlight for the community every year. “It was a get together to acknowledge our loved ones who have passed on. I wanted people to come out and clean the cemetery, to gather together and pay our respects.” It was a wonderful time to reflect and celebrate. Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
NISICHAWAYASIHK FUN DAYS!
Grandparent Appreciation and Mini Festival
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY NEWS
- First Nations Gaining Momentum in Niagara
- Why Niagara? An Important Chapter in First Nation’s History
- Youth Raise Concerns About Teen Suicide at Niagara Summit
- Top Students Awarded Trip: NNCEA, NCLP and NCN Parks and Recreation Organize Fun Filled Trip for OK School Kids
- CMHC Home Maintenance Workshop Educates NCN Residents
- Recovering Car Crash Victim Megan Prince Speaks Out Against Drinking and Driving
- Voice of Our Youth: YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE UNTIL IT’S GONE – Charlize Linklater
- Voice of Our Youth: TWO SPECIAL PEOPLE – Sammy Spence
- Always Keep Boating Safe for a Fun Summer
- Important Walk Raises Awareness of Missing and Murdered Northerners
- Portraits of Our NCN Elders: Lottie Moore & Esther Linklater