Read the March 2023 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Showing Respect to MMIWG
On March 3, a ribbon removal ceremony, sponsored by MKO, was held on the Miles Hart Bridge.
Chief Angela Levasseur, Councillor Jeremiah Spence, Thompson Mayor Colleen Smook, MKO staff and MMIWG staff walked along the bridge to respectfully take down the ribbons before construction began.
The ribbons had been placed to symbolize missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
NCN would like to thank the RCMP and the construction crew for acknowledging this ceremony by temporarily stopping traffic.
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN From the Chief – Highlights From the Last Two Months
- NCN Citizen Haley Braun Hockey Sensation
- Gottfriedson Indian Residential Schools Band Reparations Settlement
- NNCEA Spotlight on Post-Secondary Students
- Do You Qualify for Elder Financial Support?
- AMC FNHSSM Cautiously Optimistic of Apology for Racism in Medical Practice
- Keeping NCN Men Healthy – March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
- Dealing with Gambling Addiction
- Celebrating International Women’s Day
- RCMP Children Fishing Derby
- NCN Flames Junior Flames Hockey Team Winning the Cup in Thompson
- Snowmobiling and Ice Safety
- NU Media Film Education Program Graduates
- Heading into Spring with Parks and Rec
- Stop Community Violence, Gang Activity, Bootlegging and Drug Dealing
- Richard Linklater Memorial Winter Festival Photos
- Blue Bombers Arrive in NCN
- 3rd Flex Day Fun Week at Otayitiskiwin School (OK) – April 3 – 6, 2023
- Gaining Skills to Support NCN
- OK School’s Spelling Bee Photos – March 14, 2023
- Community Healing and Wellness Drive
- News from NNCEA Director of Education for March 2023
- Winter Festival Better Than Ever!
- Celebrating 40 Years of NCN Service – Violet Turner
- Your Path to Wellness: Dreamcatchers Headstart Program and Manitoba TeleHealth
- Aggressive Behaviour in Community Dogs