The financial statements for ANPSS and ANS are available for review ahead of the AGA. They can be downloaded at the links below or copies are available at the ANPSS office.
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Wills & Estate Workshop
For: ALTCC Residents & TFN Elders & Seniors
At: ALTCC Dining Room
Date: Friday October 27, 2023
Time: 10:00am to 11:30am
Facilitators: RoseLyn Tebiscon & Dianna Wabie
Contact: Annie McKenzie @ 819-723-2019 or RoseLyn Tebiscon @ 819-723-2335
Lunch will be provided
Copies of minutes and financial statements are available for review at the ANPSS office
Note: There are some issues with certain versions of Google Chrome – the AGA will take place on Thursday November 16 (9:00am – 4:30pm) and Friday November 17 (9:00am to 12:15pm) at the Polydium – 85 rue Cote
AGA 2023 Link to poster
On June 20, 2023 a press conference was held where Algonquin Chiefs raised concerns about a proposed a near-surface nuclear waste disposal facility (NSDF).
The video can be viewed at the following link:
Algonquin Chiefs Raise Concern
The press release can be viewed at the following link:
“Nigi-Kidonan” is a powerful short film produced by ANPSS that centres around the crucial issue of language revitalization. In a world where many indigenous languages are facing extinction, this film highlights the importance of preserving and celebrating the unique languages and cultures of different communities.
Funded by the Government of Canada, “Nigi-Kidonan” tells the story of the challenges faced by indigenous communities in preserving their languages and the importance of intergenerational knowledge sharing. The film is a beautiful tribute to the resilience and strength of indigenous communities in their efforts to preserve their languages and cultures. It serves as a reminder of the importance of supporting language revitalization efforts and recognizing the value of diverse languages and cultures.
Overall, “Nigi-Kidonan” is a must-watch for anyone interested in language revitalization and preserving cultural heritage. It is a powerful reminder of the importance of language and the role it plays in shaping our identities and communities