Please have a look at our some of our existing websites about the Kuh-ke-nah Smart Network of First Nations.


Learning Language Conference - iishikiishiwewin - On-Line Conference for Ontario Aboriginal Teachers / Instructors

Kuh-ke-nah SMART International Gathering - The SMART First Nations Demonstration project

The Kuh-ke-nah SMART Fair - (Dec 10-11, 2003)

Broadband Connectivity in First Nation First - visit site for the latest information.

Telehealth Workshop on October 22 and 23, 2002 in Sioux Lookout.

Keewaytinook Okimakanak's 10th Anniversary Celebration - August 22nd, 2002

First Nations Connect Conference - visit site for the latest conference information.

Fort Severn Workshop - January 28 to Febuary 1, 2002

Poplar Hill Workshop - January 21 to 25, 2002

North Spirit Lake Workshop - December 3 - 7, 2001

Deer Lake Workshop - November 26 to November 20, 2001

  • Here is the information from the Chief and Council, Deer Lake First Nation(here)
  • Band Office information from Deer Lake (here)

Keewaywin Workshop - November 19 to November 23, 2001

Kuh-ke-nah Grand Opening - July 6, 2001

Visit the Previous Kuh-ke-nah Smart Website @ - 1999-2000
It includes our Vision, Proposal, Letters of Support, and Consultations


These initiatives reflect an organizational engagement with individual First Nations - the development of community-based solutions to meet local needs and priorities - and a commitment to address regional and national telecommunications concerns. A major component of K-Net's work has been to establish ways of initiating and sustaining dialogue - consulting with First Nations communities and leaders, planning and implementing projects and moving information to where it is most needed, refining and improving on-line communication tools, answering questions from network users and acting as a meeting place for Aboriginal people and their issues.