• Success Story: Stewart McCue

    Posted on October 17, 2017

    Success Story: Stewart McCue Fire Fighter In Training – Graduate of Pre-Service Fire Fighter Course at Sir Sandford Fleming College Stewart McCue a member of Georgina Island First Nation worked with the Georgina Fire Department under the supervision of the Deputy Fire Chief as full-time recruit firefighter. He completed a forty- week program including in-house...

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  • Celebrating Who We Are

    Posted on August 22, 2017

    This summer, two major events have taken place in the Toronto area – the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) and the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE). The OTC communities have had participation at various levels in both events. What a great moment for us – athletes, volunteers, educators, parents and partners. We are...

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  • This year’s winner of the OTTER programs annual “Hugh “Buzzy” Big Canoe” Youth Entrepreneurship Award

    Posted on August 14, 2017

    Casey Searle, a member of Georgina Island First Nation is this year’s recipient of the OTTER programs annual “Hugh “Buzzy” BigCanoe” Youth Entrepreneurship award!  Casey owns and operates her own business “Casey’s Catchers” which supplies original unique handmade beaded dreamcatchers, keychains, earrings other customized works to her customers both near and far. Please check back...

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  • Bayshore Variety and Video

    Posted on July 24, 2017

    OTTER Targeted Wage Subsidy Program Sue Sandy, pictured above with newly trained Sales Associate Tandy MacDonald is the owner of Bayshore Variety & Video located on beautiful Christian Island in the southern tip of Georgian Bay. Bayshore Variety is a locally owned and operated business that provides grocery and fuel services as well as a...

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  • North American Indigenous Games

    Posted on July 21, 2017

    Hi All, As we all know, the North American Indigenous Games is happening down in Toronto this week. Been seeing a lot of coverage on social media, it lights up my heart to see our youth out there doing what they love. As many of you know my son is interning with the Aboriginal Sports...

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  • Targeted Wage Subsidy Program

    Posted on April 26, 2017

    Chigamik is a non-profit community –governed primary health care organization providing a combination of primary care, health promotion programs and community development initiatives that are culturally relevant, and holistic. Chigamik Community Health Centre in Midland hired a Beausoleil community member as an Indigenous Registered Practical Nurse. Summary of the training was to have Ryan gain...

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