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TransCanada Scholarships

Hi Mattawa/North Bay Algonquin Leadership and Students,

  I am reaching out to let you know that TransCanada’s scholarship applications are open! As a signature program of our Education & Training community investment focus area, we will be awarding more than $600,000 in scholarships to students across North America in 2018. Please help us spread the word to deserving post-secondary students in your area!

  Please feel free to forward this email to:

  1. High schools (principals, faculty, academic councilors)
  2. Post-secondary institutions (admissions office, finance office)
  3. Friends and family
  4. Your local government official

  TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship – 100 scholarships X $1,000 - awarded to students who demonstrate a strong commitment to their communities through volunteerism, leadership and other activities.

  TransCanada Indigenous Legacy Scholarship – 50 scholarships X $5,000 awarded to Indigenous students who are studying any academic disciplines. Students will be eligible to receive this scholarship year over year, assuming they remain enrolled.

  TransCanada Trades Scholarship – 150 scholarships X $1,000 awarded to students who are studying trades relevant to the energy industry.

  Students can answer five quick questions at to see if they pre-qualify to apply. The application window will close at 11:59:59 p.m. EST April 15, 2018.

  Please reach out to me or to with any questions.

  Thank you!

TransCanada Scholarships

  Dan Stencill

  Dan Stencill

Indigenous & Community Relations Liaison

Eastern & Central Regions

3965 Highway 11 North

North Bay, Ontario

Canada P1B 8G3

  Tel:         705.840.7456

Cell:        705.498.9241

Media:   1.800.608.7859 



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Call for Volunteers – AOO Community Members

We are looking to find volunteers to assist in the

Winter Angler Activity Flights, Algonquin Provincial Park

A series of flights will be conducted over a set of lakes in Algonquin Provincial Park for the purpose of collecting data on the number of anglers utilizing lakes.  These will occur during the months of January to April 2018.  There will be roughly 14 flights, the majority of the flights will be leaving from the Muskoka airport, Gravenhurst. The remainder of the flights will be departing from the North Bay and Pembroke airports. An MNRF Turbo Beaver will be used to conduct the surveys.

Each flight is roughly 2 hours of flight time. Be prepared to be at the airport by 09:30hr and away till 14:30hr.

Please be aware that flight could be cancelled for reasons such as weather conditions and rescheduled to the next day.

Schedule will be available in December depending on ice conditions; note some flights are on weekends.

If you are interested in this opportunity please provide the following information and reply to:

Steve Chenier

Fisheries Technician

Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Box 110

Whitney, Ontario

K0J 2M0

613-637-2780 Ext 274

705-471-6834 Cell

613-637-2864 (fax)


Please provide:

-          Name

-          Email address that is checked frequently so we can email schedule updates.

-          Home phone and cell.

-          Your first choice date to fly, can you fly the next day if cancelled?

-          Your second choice date to fly, can you fly the next day if cancelled?

-          The area/town you are traveling from.

More information will be provided once the schedule is completed such as directions, what to wear, safety information etc.

Thank you and we hope to hear from you!

Steve, Harkness Lab



2017 ANR Election Results


Agreement in Principal Vote Results

March 17, 2016 Media Release

Aoo AIP Ratification Results

Certification by Ratification Vote Manager


Mattawa North Bay Algonquin Hats


Election Results August 2015

Kwey ! Kwey !


Our Elders tell us that water is the giver and protector of life;
It is also able to sustain it.
They say for this offering we must honor and give thanks.
A River represents purity,
a River and its tributaries are the veins and arteries of Mother Earth.
A River has the ability to clean itself,
and is always in a state of transition in its early stages.
The ability to shape itself ultimately determines its own destiny.
One River flowing into another makes the River stronger
and fosters that Spirit of Cooperation to overcome all obstacles in its path.
Together Rivers ultimately reach their common destinations,
bringing with them new life, meeting the food requirements downstream.
Yet each River is able to maintain its own destiny and uniqueness.
Never does a River leave, once it has joined another.
It's this peace and harmony that is so attractive and achievable.
We, the Madadjiwan Corporation, are that River.
And we are now embarking upon a journey with other Rivers upstream and down.
The Mattawa/North Bay Algonquin First Nation is our Ambassador,
carving routes for future generations to follow.