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(61) Nicole Vincent
15 November 2015 16:00:54 +0000

Read you blog about the hunt cabins, being allowed anywhere on Crown land. So...following that train of thought... Does this mean we can build any home on Crown lands, and they can't touch us?

(60) Russell Raven
11 November 2015 21:42:13 +0000
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Thanks for the info. I am Six Nations Mohawk and presently live in sault ste marie. The MNR try to harrass me because the think i havent the right to hunt and fish in these territories. My family has a history of traveling north america and i insist on my rights to do so. We have to stand together to ensure that our rights are not eroded slowly over time by the government iplementing laws with there version of our rights


(59) Lynda Langlois
11 November 2015 18:31:58 +0000

my ancestors

(58) James
22 October 2015 18:18:23 +0000

Thanks for the info...Presently working on a class-project

(57) Laurie Galbraith Muir
30 June 2015 17:04:07 +0000

I enjoyed meeting you at the Anishinaabe hub community meeting, and hearing you at the na me res pow wow. I look forward to meeting you again in the future. I did provide my email for any volunteers you may need for the hub, and will be happy to place my name on any list for that as well.
Best wishes.

(56) Lise Carrière
28 June 2015 00:20:15 +0000

Much respect to First Nations people !

(55) Kim Davis
13 May 2015 12:28:23 +0000

I've been researching my past and my
Great Great Grandparents, Oliver Gagnon and Martha(Blais)
Godfried Latrielle and Metta(Gabre)Latrielle,
Great Grandparents, Israel Gagnon b.1873 and Clara(Latrielle)b.1880
Grandparents Godfrey Gagnon b.1898 and Aurore(Fournier) With the exception of my father Allen b.1927 in Gowganda, every one else was from Sturgeon Falls. Any relatives out there???

(54) Pavel
14 April 2015 18:28:55 +0000

Was happy to be able to learn more about first nation.

(53) Nancy Lupiani
22 March 2015 22:06:19 +0000

thank you for your creative efforts in posting your blog - i find it very interesting, interactive, and relevant.

all the best to you

(52) Joe Corbiere
10 March 2015 17:25:40 +0000

love the info --- thanks for taking the time and making the effort to bring this info to us...... Chi MiigwetcH

(51) Aazhgankwe
16 December 2014 14:55:45 +0000

Very nice website my friend :) love your song list of favourites :) very rich!

(50) Barb Billings
26 November 2014 14:57:12 +0000

Been doing some research for a possible Rotary project and what I've read has left me speechless and feeling kinda hopeless, will stick with it though maybe with Rotary's help I can help to make a little bit of a difference for the students of Pikangikum. Thank you for providing a small glimpse into life in your community.
Barb TB

(49) Terry Covert
12 November 2014 04:41:10 +0000

I just by chance found your web site and enjoyed all of it with one exception. In your favorite movies you didn't mention "Smoke Signals" Now who hasn't yelled "Hey Victor" or told the story of the magical fry bread. Keep up the good work and I will be giving a heads up to your site.


(48) Carole Pellerin
10 November 2014 23:50:51 +0000

Read an article on facebook regarding an appeal in provincial court & a subsequent victory for a couple's right to build a log hunting cabin on crown land. Bravo!:)

(47) desiree lingard
09 November 2014 22:04:55 +0000
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way to go my people

09 October 2014 18:18:12 +0000

Hi BoB....nice work and sharing of the teachings and pics ....keep it up

Mike E sr

(45) Roger Chum
10 June 2014 19:29:30 +0000

Keep the fire burning Bob...a true warrior stands up for his people...Meegwetch!

(44) Janet Ross Snyder
30 May 2014 01:39:07 +0000

It's nice to see this corner of the world from your perspective.

(43) Violette Talbot
06 April 2014 02:11:49 +0000

Hi Bob,

Your site is great and I would like to thank you very much for the historical data which are very informative and interesting. Anything you can add about your customs, your language and your culture in general will be most welcome. I have tried to subscribe to the Anishinaabe Blog, but I get an error message. Hopefully, this can be fixed soon as I'd love to learn more about your Nation. I'll be in touch soon!

Violette Talbot

(42) David
13 November 2013 20:34:30 +0000

Hi Bob!

(41) susan murar
20 August 2013 20:25:20 +0000

SEE: The 1st 3D and monumental portrait of Norval Morrisseau changing into "Copper Thunderbird" size 8'x 6' on YouTube Video/ morrisseau murar....a two year project of research and studio work it encompasses the sacred bear, Ojibwa medicine snake and turtle, thunderbird/fish headdress and medicine stick. The portrait was not a commission but a labour from the heart to honour Morrisseau's gifts to our world. It has been photographed in the white clay it was sculpted in and has not yet been cast into bronze. Thank you! Susan Murar/Sculptor "Woman with Courage".

(40) Michelle Desaulniers
22 July 2013 00:09:00 +0000

I very much appreciated viewing your website. My anscestors (DeLaronde) are from your area. I have done much geneological research of my family & heritage and I am very proud to say I have native background and want to learn more. I can date my anscestry back to 1765 and have visited North Bay for some of my geneological research information. I have met many family members on line who also are doing geneology on the De Laronde Family.
Thank you so much for your website.

(39) Edna Brascoupe
09 July 2013 01:01:52 +0000

hi didn't know this was the guestbook. I would like to let my family know about this page. As it has references that I am interested in. thank youl

(38) Rose Goulais
30 June 2013 03:26:56 +0000

Hi Bob! Didn't know you were Mide (or maybe I did and forgot). I was inspired by Eddie Benton to start researching my family and clan. Already excited to coming home and starting my search!
Great website. Thanks for sharing

(37) karen whiteduck
27 June 2013 14:31:24 +0000
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great site!

(36) Judy Seeley nee Kiefer
12 June 2013 15:27:46 +0000

Happy to find your site. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Descending of Nicolet and Jenne Gissis Bahmaadjimiwin I am eager to learn of Nipissing ways past and present. Through the marriage of Jean Pichet and Marie Magdeleine Euphasie Nicolet I am granddaughter of the above named. My paternal grandmother was Geraldine Pichette, daughter of Adelard Pichette and Melvina Poquette. I was born in Michigan (U.S.), and live on the Michigan - Wisconsin boarder. I very much appreciate your site, especially I liked reading your historical overview of the Nipissing. Love the history!

(35) alex
11 May 2013 07:23:55 +0000

my grandmother has found a ring 42 years ago with the anishinabek tribal bird symbol its homemade it has a blue sky,birds,sun,a rainbow,and mountians id like to know if you know anything about it? if you do please contact me back id be thankfull to know the histroy of it . thank you have a nice day

(34) Terry Wemigwans
12 April 2013 03:24:46 +0000

Wikwemikong don jibaa, part of the three fires confederacy, wolf clan,
Just came across this website and got excited to start reading the info, have been starting to research about me, my family, and where we come from.
Looking forward to... everything, lol

(33) nokomis colleen
24 March 2013 14:55:32 +0000

Aani, aniish na. I woul like to look through your whole blog thank you migwetch Colleen

(32) Glenn Rae
19 March 2013 19:05:28 +0000

Thanks Bob for your insight, I hope many of our members have a good read. I retired and going to school taking Aboriginal Studies at Georgian College and wil use your thoughts and reference you in an essay I'm writing Thanks Again

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