Update – August 30, 2021: The Annual Powwow has been postponed until Spring 2022. We look forward to the event then!
Our Powwow Committee is looking for dancers and drummers to perform at this year’s event.
Please contact email@example.com to express your interest!
Indigenous Cultural Awareness Week 2020
The pandemic has altered college life, therefore, we shall change with it. Our great chef; Dorothy nee Koosees York is back! 7 years running, she prepared moose meat and bannock for 5 days that was enjoyed by all students and staff. Special thanks to CJ Spence, a young 16-year-old high school student from Cochrane, who donated moose meat and to local hunter Sheila Corston, in her first, moose hunt kill. Thanks to the Northern College Native Student Assembly for their assistance in serving the food. The Northern College Residence students thanked us too! Meegwetch All!
Band Representative & Child Advocate – Michipicoten First Nation
Akwe:go At Risk (AR) Worker – Timmins Native Friendship Centre
Life Long Care Support Worker – Timmins Native Friendship Centre
Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin Coordinator – Timmins Native Friendship Centre
Mental Health Peer Coordinator – Timmins Native Friendship Centre
Indigenous Healthy Babies Healthy Children Worker – Timmins Native Friendship Centre
Apatisiwin Employment Counsellor – Timmins Native Friendship Centre