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World Indigenous Nations Games promotes peace, sport and culture

Posted on Jul 24, 2017 in Culture, Gatherings, Terry Lusty, News, Sports | 0 comments

By Terry Lusty  (ANNews) – The World Indigenous Nations Games came to a close on July 9, 2017 after an action-packed week with...

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Education and incentive are a winning combination to success

Posted on Jul 12, 2017 in Business, Education, Training, Role Models, Construction, Training Programs, Careers, Terry Lusty, News | 0 comments

By Terry Lusty (ANNews) – Historically, employment in the workforce was never really an issue. Aboriginal people trapped, hunted,...

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Reconciliation Week in Edmonton builds important bridges

Posted on Jul 4, 2017 in Education, Training, Social Issues, Culture, Gatherings, Terry Lusty, Justice, News | 0 comments

By Terry Lusty (ANNews) – Two years have come and gone since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Closing Ceremonies...

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Big Brothers Big Sisters: Volunteering brings big rewards

Posted on May 2, 2017 in Role Models, Social Issues, Music, Culture, Terry Lusty, News, Sports | 0 comments

By Terry Lusty (ANNews) – In 1962, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada was founded to assist in the development and well-being of...

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Enoch Cree Nation welcomes new bike park

Posted on Nov 4, 2016 in Education, Training, Health, Social Issues, Terry Lusty, News, Sports | 0 comments

By Terry Lusty (ANNews) – Enoch First Nation Chief and council, educators, administrators, and most importantly the youth, were...

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Father Jim Holland honoured with a headdress ceremony

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 in Social Issues, Culture, Gatherings, Terry Lusty, News | 6 comments

By Terry Lusty (ANNews) – October 2, 2016 will likely be a day that Father Jim Holland, parish priest at Edmonton-based Sacred Heart...

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