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Recent Releases from Wabigoon Lake Ojibwa Nation/Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs

Le gouvernement McGuinty soutient la nation ojibway de Wabigoon Lake

Published Tue, 9 Feb 2010 15:38:55 EST Read More

Un nouveau centre pour petites entreprises crée des possibilités économiques Le gouvernement McGuinty soutient la nation ojibway de Wabigoon Lake Un nouveau centre pour petites entreprises soutient l’économie locale et la création d’emplois dans la nation ojibway de Wabigoon Lake. Le centre a été construit pour aider les entrepreneurs locaux de la Première nation et créer des emplois pour les membres de la Première nation. Ce centre pour petites entrepris...... Click here to read this release



McGuinty Government Supports Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation

Published Tue, 9 Feb 2010 15:31:39 EST Read More

New Small Business Centre Creating Economic Opportunities McGuinty Government Supports Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation (Tuesday, February 9, 2010) A new small business centre in Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation is supporting the local economy and job creation. The centre was constructed to help local First Nation entrepreneurs and create employment opportunities for members of the First Nation. The 4,200 square foot small business centre is: • Creating employment opportunitie...... Click here to read this release