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Wednesday, November 20, 2002
OPP encourages Aboriginal people to join force
Alanna Mawakeesick is well on her way to becoming what she was wanted to be since high school. She was one of two who showed up for the Mentoring for Aboriginal People (MAP) program on Nov. 5 at the Nishnawbe-Gamik Friendship Centre to see what it takes to be an OPP officer.
Something to watch over you
The use of security cameras in schools in now commonplace in the Keewatin Patricia District School Board, said the board’s facilities manager Kim Carlson.
Grand opening of educational one stop shopping centre garners praise
An open house and official grand opening for the Sioux Lookout Access Centre on Nov. 13 brought much praise from local education and political representatives.
Family fun skate
(From left) Samantha Thorne, 9, Kaitlin Marshall, 6, and Savannah Polenske, 9, enjoy a refreshing skate courtesy of First Step Women’s Shelter on Saturday, Nov. 16.