Read the September 2016 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Library in Thompson Named in Honour of Two NCN Elders
The Wellington and Madeleine Spence Memorial Library naming ceremony took place at the University College of the North campus in Thompson on August 25, 2016. The newly named facility honours two NCN elders for their dedication and commitment to Indigenous Culture and community involvement.
Councillor Bonnie Linklater spoke at the event on behalf of NCN Government to honour the two NCN Elders. MLA Kelly Bindle was also in attendance along with many UCN council of elders, delegates, UCN council and staff, friends and family of the Spences. Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN FROM THE CHIEF
Update on Current Affairs
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- NCN and City of Thompson Set to Celebrate Mystery Lake Urban Reserve
- Moose Population Huge Concern
- Dolly Parton Literacy Program Delivers Books to NCN Kids
- Help Protect Your Home from Rodents this Winter
- Free NCN Gym Membership Program Renewed
- Totem Pole Journey Reaches Manitoba
- NCN Summer Festival 2016 Photos
- NNCEA Announces New Education Director L. Gail Gossfeld-McDonald and Plans for 2016-17
- NCN to Host High School Zones and Provincial Cross Country Meet
- Portraits of Our NCN Elders: Edna Moose
- NCN Land Code Update – Workshops Gather Positive Input
- 10 Quick Steps to Winterize Your Home