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Opening of the Northern Indigenous Community Satellite Network
January 19-20, 2005 - Sioux Lookout, Ontario
Opening Ceremonies

The K-Net Story
There are so many people involved in this story and affected by this work. Everyone has contributed in a significant way to the creation of the K-Net Story. There are six parts to the K-Net Story. Video List

Learning Language - iishikiishiwewin - On-Line Conference for Ontario Aboriginal Teachers / Instructors
(Visit Site)

Kuh-ke-nah SMART International Gathering
The SMART First Nations Demonstration project is a three year initiative led by the Keewaytinook Okimakanak (Northern Chiefs) Council. (visit site)
Washaho Cree Nation
For ten days in early October, twelve people from Fort Severn put their words and beliefs into action to honour their ancestors, practise their traditions and re-visit their homelands. (learn more)
Harnessing ICT's: A Canadian First Nation's Experience
This is an introduction to the work of K-Net, a program of Keewaytinook Okimakanak (KO) tribal council. (click here)
The Kuh-ke-nah SMART Fair (Dec 10-11, 2003)
Visit site
Wawatay's Kuh-ke-nah News page
(read here)
Ontario RMO for First Nations SchoolNet program. (Click here)

The Kuh-ke-nah Network Technical Overview
View details

Where you to for FAQ's, discussion Forums, tips, etc.

Grade 8 (visit here)
Participate in an innovative E-Learning program.

Kuh-ke-nah Report Card 2002
from Industry Canada
(download the PFD)
file size - 3.2 m

The web site is a safe and respectful place for everyone working to introduce new opportunities in your community.

Telehealth Website (visit here)
Improving community well-being, enhance the level and quality of community services
KiHS Begins its Third Year of Classes Offering Grade 9 and 10 courses, September 02,2002 Read Story...
Keewaytinook Okimakanak's Health team hosted a very successful regional Telehealth Workshop Oct 22 and 23, 2002 .
KiHS Teachers meet in Balmertown to begin 2002 - 2003 School Year Read Story...
KO Telehealth is launched during Keewaytinook Okimakanak's 10th Anniversary Celebration in Balmertown on August 22. Read Story...

Keewaytinook Okimakanak's 10th Anniversary Celebration

Turning Point
Native peoples and Newcomers On-line
(Visit here)
K-Net Training (learn here)
On-line Training Centre

Nishnawbe-Aski First Nations (here)

News from the North
K-Net News
Get a Free Homepage on
K-Net Chat (Join chat)
View Webserver Statistics Pages (here)

Images and Crafts of Nishnawbe-Aski
View arts and crafts (here)

Traffic charts showing real time traffic on selected Kuh-Ke-Nah network.
(view traffic)

First Nations Connect Conference
Feb 11 - 14 2002

(click here)

Fort Severn Workshop - January 28 to Febuary 1, 2002

Posted July 4, 2002

Poplar Hill Workshop - January 21 to 25, 2002

Posted July 4, 2002

North Spirit Lake Workshop - December 3 - 7, 2001
Launch of the Industry Canada's C-Band Transponder:
Visit Site

Getting Ready for the Launch.....

Fort Severn ICT Planning Workshop - Day 3, January 31,2002 Read Story...
Poplar Hill ICT Planning Workshop for Health Programs and Services, January 22,2002 Read Story...
Poplar Hill Community Planning for the use of ICTs - Day 1, January 21,2002 Read Story...
Deer Lake SMART Planning Workshop
Day 4, Day 3, Day 2, Day1
K-Net Youth website (visit here)
K-Net's Legends Site
Saga of Iyash (visit here)
Smart Communities (visit here)
Portal is designed for the Keewaytinook Okimakanak First Nations
Multimedia Presentations
FedNor Video Interviews Click Here
Keewaytinook Okimakanak is hosting the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (view event)

The 2nd Annual National Connecting Aboriginal Canadians
(view clips)

Grand Opening
View the audio and video clips from the Opening Ceremonies (here)

KiHS Grand Opening
Listen and view the words of Congratulations

Fort Severn hunting Video Clips.
Check them out here...
Video clips from the First Nations Connect Conference
(view clips)
Saggius Rae
Former Chief of Deer Lake First Nation
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Peter Campbell
Former Chief of North Spirit Lake First Nation
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Maggie Chisel
Former Chief of Keewaywin First Nation
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Garnet Angeconeb
Former Executive Director of Wawatay Communications Society

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The Honorable Robert Nault
M.P. Kenora / Rainy River
Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
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