RedWAY BC News E-zine
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Harnessing Technology to Honour, Inform and Connect Urban Aboriginal Youth to Services, Opportunities, the Community and Each Other

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 Issue 77 - Meet us at ICT Summit, Aboriginal Employment Training Programs   VOLUME 6 ISSUE 2  
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Join the First Nations Technology Council, Pacific Community Networks Association and Spiritlink @ 2009 ICT Summit
Success Profile: Hey'-Way'-Noqu Healing Circle Society
Meet more AYM Team members - Odessa Hall, Elizabeth Alexander, Lisa Nahanee, and Alice Walkus
Updates from Canadian Heritage BC/Yukon Office
PREVIOUS ISSUES
Issue 78 - Special Issue Promoting Metro Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Strategy Events
March 13, 2009
Vol. 6 Issue 3
Issue 76 - New Year, New Aboriginal Youth Media Team, New Focus on Digital and Media Literacy
January 30, 2009
Vol. 6 Issue 1
Issue 75 - Winter Holiday Warm Wishes from Spiritlink Communications & the Aboriginal Youth Media Team
December 24, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 14
Issue 73 - Planning for Aboriginal Economic Development, Native News, Job Postings, Investing in Youth
November 4, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 12
Issue 72 - Harvesting for the Future: Aboriginal Economic Development, First Nations Education Initiatives, Native Health & Wellness Events
October 3, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 11
Issue 71 - Back to Reality: September Events, Aboriginal Job Postings, Native News, Announcing New Section for Aboriginal Business and Economic Development
September 19, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 10
Issue 70 - Celebrating Native Culture, Aboriginal Student Successes
July 17, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 9
Issue 69 - Grads, Dads, & NAD Events with Aboriginal Youth Writers
June 17, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 8
Indian Residential School Survivor Apology Special Issue
June 11, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 7
Issue 68 - May News & Events In the Aboriginal Community
May 8, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 6
Issue 66 - ICT Summit 2008 Special Issue, Spring News in the Native Community
March 24, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 4
Issue 65 - March Madness: RedWAY Partnerships Help You Recruit, Celebrate and Connect to Urban Aboriginal Youth in 2008
March 4, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 3
Dynamic Issue: Aboriginal Employment, Jobs, Apprenticeships, & Training Opportunities
February 7, 2008
Issue 62 - New Year, New Partnerships, New Opportunities for Aboriginal Youth
January 16, 2008
Vol. 5 Issue 1
Special Issue - NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE AND ACTION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
December 6, 2007
Vol. 4 Issue 18

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RedWAY BC News Team
In this issue...
We hope to see you at this year's ICT Summit! Check out new Aboriginal Youth Media Team and N8V community articles including the new Squamish Nation Trades Training Programs, Vital Knowledge series at KAYA, Native Youth Arts Collective Improv session during Talking Stick Festival, and meet the new Canadian Heritage - Aboriginal Affairs Manager!
 
Join the First Nations Technology Council, Pacific Community Networks Association and Spiritlink @ 2009 ICT Summit
This year's theme: COLLABORATION
by Aboriginal Youth Media Team

Visit www.fntc.info: learn about Community Technology Plans, ways to approach governments/organizations to improve connectivity in your community, training & research initiatives, industry news, ways technology can enhance personal & professional lives We hope to see you next week at the annual Internet and Communication Technology (ICT) Summit in Vancouver, BC from Feb. 19-22, 2009. Join us and 300+ Aboriginal community champion delegates, speakers, geeks and gurus to learn ways you can promote healthy use of technology for personal, professional and community development. Learn about new initiatives like ways Youth use multimedia and video games for learning/social networking and Global Information Systems can help communities...
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Success Profile: Hey'-Way'-Noqu Healing Circle Society
Celebrating organizations that support Aboriginal Youth
by Elizabeth Alexander, AYM Team writer

Check out this cool society that helps children, youth, adults, and Elders by providing holistic counselling services.
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Meet more AYM Team members - Odessa Hall, Elizabeth Alexander, Lisa Nahanee, and Alice Walkus
...and one updated bio from Adele!
by AYM Team Members

Odessa Hall joined our AYM Team Meet five young women working to create new sections, stories and feature articles for RedWAY BC News over the next few months. Thanks to some funding from the Metro Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Strategy, AYM Team project partners Spiritlink Communications and Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association are pleased to introduce you to a diverse group of Urban Aboriginal Youth working to develop their media and computer literacy skills...
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Updates from Canadian Heritage BC/Yukon Office
Meet the New Canadian Heritage Manager; Invitation from UMAYC to Attend Luncheon

Opportunity from the Urban Multi-Purpose Aboriginal Youth Council (UMAYC) for Aboriginal Youth to attend the Canadian Club of Vancouver’s 12th Annual Flag Day/Order of Canada Luncheon in Vancouver, BC for FREE Feb. 16th. Register now - limited seating. Also in this article, find out a little about the new Canadian Heritage - Aboriginal Affairs Manager. Welcome Sandra Roach...
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