Lake Constance

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a lake in southeastern Germany on the northern side of the Swiss Alps

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This collaborative agreement supports a more prosperous future for the people of Constance Lake First Nation and is a result of discussions between Constance Lake First Nation, the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.
Zenyatta looks forward to working cooperatively with Constance Lake First Nation, other First Nations and local communities on the Albany Project.
The goal of our group in Constance Lake First Nation was that if we went forward it would not only be for us or for myself, it would be for all survivors that are still out there in the isolated areas that do not have access to legal resources.
Abuse of prescription painkillers such as Percocet and Oxycontin is a growing problem among First Nation communities across Canada, but the community of Constance Lake has been hit especially hard.
The province's agreement with Constance Lake First Nation is an important example of the 2015 Political Accord between First Nations and the Government of Ontario coming to life," said Glenn Thibeault, minister of energy.
A logging road terminates seven or eight kilometres from the site, power and gas lines are located 30 kilometres away along Highway 11 and a labour force is available in the nearby Constance Lake First Nation and the Town of Hearst.
Matawa First Nations Management Services, Nishaawbe-Aski Police Service, the Notre Dame Hospital in Hearst, Ontario Provincial Police and Crime Stoppers support Constance Lake on this issue.
Kevin Shaganash, guitar and vocals, is Oji-Cree from Constance Lake First Nation.
The communities included Constance Lake, Aroland, Ginoogaming, Long Lake #58, Marten Falls, Eabametoong, Nibinamik, Neskantaga and Webequie.
Six additional First Nation communities completed Terms of Reference in the last 18 months: Marten Falls, Eabametoong and Mishkeegogamang, Deer Lake, Wawakapewin and Constance Lake First Nations.
Peter Sackaney, who hails from Constance Lake in northern Ontario, has a style that is unique and all his own, but still the comparisons fly: Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, are just a few of the iconic sounds that have been mentioned.
A new school with a special focus on Cree language instruction is nearing completion on the Constance Lake First Nation.
In 2013, for example, the trailer headed to Constance Lake First Nation for a mining essentials course that 16 young students took specifically in anticipation of jobs in the Ring of Fire region.
A pair of agreements is signed by Constance Lake First Nation (CLFN) to allow for graphite exploration in its traditional territory.
CHIEF ARTHUR MOORE OF THE Constance Lake First Nations says "If for any reason a representative [of the Ontario Children's Aid Society] enters onto Constance Lake territory, they will be treated as trespassers, and if any children are removed from the community it will be considered a kidnapping.