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The Healthy Aboriginal Network

We create comic books on health and social issues for youth.
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The Idea Connector Network

Welcome to the Idea Connector Network (ICN), the place where Aboriginal entrepreneurial people and communities ...

New Pathways: Community-Based Teacher Education in Alberta

Reanna's Story
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New Innovative Aboriginal Addictions Councelling Course

Bow Valley College in partnership with a First Nations organization has launched an Aboriginal-focused addictions ...


Welcome to Loon Lake

Loon Lake is a First Nations settlement within the Loon Lake 235 Indian reserve in northern Alberta, Canada. It is located on the eastern shore of the lake, west of Highway 88 and 158 kms north of Slave Lake Alberta, in census division No. 17 and in the federal riding of Fort McMurray-Athabasca.  The settlement and the Indian reserve are part of the Loon River First Nation. It has a registered population of 510 (as of September 2011’) living off and on reserve.

Clarence Jaycox School offers grades k5-12 education and Northern Lakes College located in the community, provides part-time and full-time programming for adult learning. The College also provides Workforce Development (on-site, on-line) courses and other career programs.The community Daycare is located in the Band Administration building.
Loon Lake is known for it’s Oil & Gas Industry.

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