of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation - Stan Squires, Manager,
Telematics and New Media (July 22)
project proposal has considerable potential for the development
of First Nations public libraries in the North. ... It will
enable them to be full participants in the library sector
Network 2000 strategy and also to be available to additional
funding support from this Ministry and others that will enable
the ongoing self- sustainability."
Access Program / Ontario Library Association Summer Youth Initiative
- Matthew Angeconeb, Regional Coordinator (July 26)
Okimakanak is the ideal organization to take the appropriate
steps in developing the telecommunication infrastructure and
applications required for First Nations to become leaders
in the use of information communication technologies."
Educational Consulting for Aboriginal Issues - Rocky Landon
has come to my attention that Keewaytinook Okimakanak First
Nations are undertaking to develop the telecommunication infrastructure
and applications required for all First Nations to become
leaders in the use of information communication technologies.
I would like to offer this letter as a supporting statement
for this exciting venture."
Lake First Nation - Margaret Lawson, Telecom Support Worker
we worked with Keewaytinook Okimakanak's K-Net Services to
develop a telecommunication service in our community. ...
Access to these telecommunication services will provide our
workers, students and other First Nation residents with means
to network with one another and not only that, but also with
people around the world."
Lake First Nation - Summer youth positions - Kimberly Lawson,
Reuben James (CAP Youth Workers) and Conrad Lawson (Science
and Technology Camp Coordinator) (July 26)
support from Keewaytinook Okimakanak, McDowell Lake First
Nation would not be able to important programs such as the
Community Access Program and the Science and Technology Camp."
Canada - Bob Flake, Supervising Engineer, Network Direction
& Investment (January 25, 1999)
Canada intends to invest approximately $5,409,000 in 1999
to establish digital radio between Red Lake and Sandy Lake.
This amount includes some $2,800,000 for work which is being
advanced from 2000 into 1999 as a result of a Keewaytinook
Okimakanak - Bell Canada agreement. The cost of the advancement
of the capital dollars ($250K) is being funded by the First
Nations Community through their partnership with FedNor."