Read the November 2017 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Multiplex Name Honours Late Chief Linklater
After a valiant fight against pancreatic cancer, former Chief Norman Linklater passed away on October 17th, 2017.
Wake services were held the weekend after Norman passed away. A celebration of life was held on Monday, October 23 at OK School, followed by a feast at NNOC.
At the service, Chief Marcel Moody and Council announced that the new community multiplex will be named in Linklater’s honour. It is expected to be completed next year.
“He made so many contributions to our people and our community. He built up our pride and always worked toward our independence,” says Moody. “Naming this space after him is a fitting tribute. It will be a place for our Citizens to celebrate as a community. It will remind us all to do great things in that space.” Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN FROM THE CHIEF
Remembering Chief Norman Linklater
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- NCN’s Albert Berard Named Captain of Norman Northstars
- Wellness Centre: Jordan’s Principle Receives Funding
- OK School Rewards Good Attendance With Tablets
- Winter Fun Includes Ice Safety
- NCN Chief and Council Host the 3rd General Assembly for 2017 Working Towards Sovereignty and Self-Sufficiency
- Othasowewin (Constitution) – Your Vote Counts
- Constitution Song Writing and Essay Contest Winners – Kiya Spence and Charelle Bunn
- NCN Breaking New Ground on Major Projects
- NCN Celebrates the Historic Aski Pumenikewin (Land Code) Milestone
- NNOC Gets Involved and Active in Community Spirit
- OK School Saddles up for Fun
- NNCEA Conducting School and Education Review Process
- OK School Receives RCMP Training on Internet Dangers For Kids
- Three NCN Students Make the Honour Roll – Reanne Moore, Acelyn Doran-Campbell, Ryannan Tait
- NCN Personal Care Home First of its Kind to Receive National Accreditation
- NCN Artist Shi-Ann McDonald Wins Grand Prize – Creates Mural in City
- How about Soup for Supper?
KAKI PI ISPATHIK AKWA ISI TWAWINAH HISTORY & CULTURE
- The Timeless Craft of Drum Making – A Meaningful Gift for the Creator
- Family and Wellness Centre Holds its AGM
- Support in the City for NCN Citizens