First Nations Voice

July 2014

Building bridges between all communities

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Somethingsbelongtogether. /talktoMTS TheFour-ServiceBundlerequiresabundleof4selectMTSservicesatthesameserviceaddress,comprisedofatleastoneofMTSHomePhone,MTSHighSpeedInternet,MTSTV, andupto3MTSpostpaidwirelessplans.Bundlediscountsandeligibilitysubjecttochange,availabletonewandexistingMTScustomersnotonpromotionaloffers.Bestpriceclaim basedonsimilarindividualservices/plansofferedbyCanadianprovidersofferingservicesinManitobaasofMay1,2014.Trademark:MyBundleandMTSdesignmarkareregistered trade-marksofManitobaTelecomServicesInc.,allusedunderlicense. Bundlefourservicesforthebesteverydayprice. • L i v i n g • A r t s • C u L t u r e • e v e n t s • P o L i t i C s • JULY 2014 • Volume 72 • $ 1.00 CompLimentarY Distribution 100,000 IndIgenous PeoPle BuIldIng BrIdges Between All CommunItIes Sand Hill Casino ready to roll Pg 2 Chief ron evans Congratulations to norway House Cree nation graduates pg 4 Heidi Cook, university of winnipeg's inaugural first nations graduate of tHe prestigious Master's in developMent praCtiCe pg 8 HSBC's partnership with Indspire and Pathways Canada in support of Indigenous youth education programs Pg 3 PLUS Your Help is Needed 1-866-Kid-Tips (1-866-543-8477) pG 7 Drummers from the Squamish Nation led HSBC Bank Canada employees and guests in a dance at HSBC's National Aboriginal Day celebrations in Vancouver, BC. Pictured from centre left: Paulo Maia, President and CEO and Executive Sponsor of HSBC's Indigenous Canadian Employee Resource Group, HSBC Bank Canada; Vivian Prokop, President and CEO, Pathways to Education; and Jean Teillet, Vice Chair (Board of Directors), Indspire Canada. Photo credit: Patricia Sayer

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