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'Gathering' workshop

Aaron Mills, originally from Couchiching and soon to start as an associate professor at McGill Law School, held a workshop last Thursday on “Revitalizing Original and Customary Law in the Western World." The workshop was part of the Weechi-it-te-win Family Services' 30th-anniversary "gathering” that began last Wednesday and ran for two days at the Nanicost grounds here.

Anniversary Gathering

Sherry Copenace led a workshop entitled “Anishinaabe Ombigii’osowin-Raising children within their Anishinaabe life ways” yesterday during the Weechi-it-te-win Family Services’ 30th-anniversary “gathering.” The two-day conference, which opened Wednesday, featured speakers and workshops covering a wide variety of topics at the Nanicost grounds here.

Anniversary 'gathering'

Sherry Copenace led a workshop entitled “Anishinaabe Ombigii'osowin-Raising children within their Anishinaabe life ways" yesterday during the Weechi-it-te-win Family Services' 30th-anniversary "gathering.” The two-day conference, which opened Wednesday, featured speakers and workshops covering a wide variety of topics at the Nanicost grounds here.

Tower work

It was a dizzying spectacle for those passing by as work was done on a hydro tower high above the Resolute mill site here yesterday morning. A handful of workers were lifted by bucket truck to perform some sort of work from their very visible perch.

Inn renovations

Changes are on the way for the Copper River Inn as work is being done on a new front entrance and sign for the hotel. Guests are asked to use the doors just to the right of the main entrance to access the hotel and restaurants during the renovations.