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  • Territories | FirstMile
    16 PM In 2011 Katlodeeche First Nation completed the construction of its local broadband fiber optic network This video documents the project They were shot on location and edited by KFN s IT Project Manager Lyle Fabian Watch part 2 of the video here on YouTube Posted in Community Stories Territories K atlodeeche First Nation s Fibre Network Posted on October 22 2012 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones K atlodeeche First Nation Northwest Territories Monday 22 October 2012 04 21 PM On October 11 2012 Lyle Fabian from K atl odeeche First Nation KFN gave a presentation about his community s plans for a locally owned and operated fibre optic network The forum was the Pathways to Prosperity Conference held from Oct 10 12 2012 in Yellowknife The Posted in Community Stories Territories First Mile Video Tour K atl odeeche s community fibre optic network Posted on March 9 2012 July 26 2015 by Jessi Jones K atl odeeche First Nation Northwest Territories Friday 9 March 2012 06 57 PM Join Henry Tambour on a tour of K atl odeeche First Nation s new fibre optic network Henry is the band s network technician He and his colleagues are now installing a fibre optic network in the community This locally owned and operated network will replace copper Posted in Community Stories Territories Youth ICT 2012 Project Videos on Community Technology Posted on February 27 2012 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Northern Ontario Nunavut Monday 27 February 2012 04 58 PM KO KNET s Cal Kenny and Angie Morris mentored a group of youth video producers from communities across northern Ontario After a boot camp held in Thunder Bay project participants brainstormed scripted filmed and edited videos Their videos explored different aspects of technology in their communities Project Posted in Community Stories Ontario Territories Council of Yukon First Nations Videoconferencing Program Posted on February 3 2012 July 28 2015 by Jessi Jones Whitehorse Yukon Friday 3 February 2012 11 56 AM By Jo Anne Gatey Videoconferencing Coordinator Council of Yukon First Nations A few years ago the department of Health Social Services DHSS of the Yukon Government YG provided each Health Centre in the communities of the Yukon with Telehealth video conferencing As timely access to appropriate Posted in Community Stories Territories Setting up Skype for Community Meetings Posted on January 16 2012 July 24 2015 by Jessi Jones Hay River Northwest Territories Monday 16 January 2012 12 42 PM Setting up Skype for Community Meetings By Henry Tambour K atl odeeche First Nation with Rob McMahon K atl odeeche First Nation is a member of the Dehcho Nations of the Northwest Territories Henry Tambour works as the band s network technician He is helping build the community s new Posted in Community Stories Territories The Gwich in Social and Cultural Institute Posted on October 4 2011 July 28 2015 by calkenny By the Gwich in Social and Cultural Institute As the Gwich in Social and Cultural Institute GSCI

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  • Economic Development | FirstMile
    at speeds similar to people living in Winnipeg 200 kilometres to the south Thanks to Posted in Community Stories Economic Development Infrastructure Manitoba Saskatchewan News On Haida Gwaii Creative Locals Push Digital Innovation Posted on November 18 2015 November 18 2015 by robmcmahon By Jennifer Leask For some people living in Haida Gwaii better internet connectivity and local economic development go hand in hand The efforts of these tech savvy islanders aren t focused on catching up with urban residents they are about taking the lead Patrick Shannon is one of those people The 26 year old Haida man grew up in Skidegate Posted in British Columbia Community services Community Stories Economic Development Infrastructure News Uncategorised Residents of Natuashish struggle with slow expensive connectivity Posted on October 6 2015 October 28 2015 by robmcmahon By Jennifer Leask No school smartboards no telehealth no Netflix no Facebook no Skype no new Internet connections Most Canadians wouldn t have put up with those conditions years ago But in the isolated community of Natuashish it s the modern reality This community of 750 Mushuau Innu on the Northern coast of Labrador can only be Posted in Atlantic Community Stories CRTC e Health E Justice E Learning Economic Development News Posts navigation Search for Latest News Guide Federal Funding for Indigenous Broadband Report Digital Technology Adoption in Northern and Remote Indigenous Communities in Canada MWC gets SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis grant for literature review FMCC team presents at CRTC BSO hearings IsumaTV Builds Innovative Digital Systems to Share High Def Streaming Video in Low Speed Remote Communities Recent Comments Archives Archives Select Month April 2016 March 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014

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  • Manitoba, Saskatchewan | FirstMile
    a significant health threat in communities across the country Since people have no natural immunity against the virus it resulted in hundreds of deaths in Canada To help combat the disease in Ontario communities Posted in Community Stories Manitoba Saskatchewan Ontario Knowledge and Career Development Network Posted on October 5 2011 April 8 2015 by calkenny Supporting Education in Saskatchewan By Randy Johns KCDC CEO and Brenda La Roque Hill KCDN Manager Keewatin Career Development Corporation has been working with schools for over 15 years In that time we have come to understand the challenges faced by teachers to find relevant and engaging learning resources for their students We launched KCDN Posted in Community Stories Manitoba Saskatchewan Northern Indigenous Community Satellite Network Posted on October 5 2011 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Northern Quebec Manitoba Wednesday 5 October 2011 12 39 AM The Northern Indigenous Community Satellite Network NICSN is an example of a jointly managed inter provincial partnership between First Nations and Inuit communities in northern Quebec Ontario and Manitoba Despite the very different contexts of these organizations in one key informant s words through NICSN we are Posted in Community Stories Manitoba Saskatchewan Keewatin Academy of Information Technology Posted on October 4 2011 April 8 2015 by calkenny By Nick Daigneault and Jason Woodman Simmonds The Keewatin Academy of Information Technology KAIT was formed in 2003 and was formally known as the First Nations SchoolNet Academy A division of the Keewatin Career Development Corporation KCDC and partner with First Nations SchoolNet FNS and CISCO Network Academy as of January 2009 KAIT offers the Cisco Posted in Community Stories Manitoba Saskatchewan Manitoba First Nations ICT Diploma Posted on October 4 2011 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Winnipeg Manitoba Tuesday 4 October 2011 11 34 PM By Joan

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  • susanodonnell | FirstMile
    measuring digital technology adoption These results will be useful not only for policy makers but also for Posted in Current and Recent Activities FMCC News CRTC BSO Announced Posted on April 12 2015 April 12 2015 by susanodonnell This week the CRTC announced the review of basic telecommunications services for all Canadians The process asks Canadians about connectivity broadband speeds and participation in the digital world This is the start of a two phase process the first of which concludes on June 30 2015 The FMCC team is planning their submission and involvement in Posted in CRTC News Posts navigation Search for Latest News Guide Federal Funding for Indigenous Broadband Report Digital Technology Adoption in Northern and Remote Indigenous Communities in Canada MWC gets SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis grant for literature review FMCC team presents at CRTC BSO hearings IsumaTV Builds Innovative Digital Systems to Share High Def Streaming Video in Low Speed Remote Communities Recent Comments Archives Archives Select Month April 2016 March 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 December 2013 October 2013 July 2013

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  • British Columbia | FirstMile
    federal program called the National Satellite Initiative NSI In British Columbia the First Nations Emergency Services Posted in British Columbia Community Stories A Different Spin on Development Posted on February 15 2013 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Northern British Columbia British Columbia Friday 15 February 2013 04 09 PM By Brianna Rowe and Katrina Sieniuc based on an interview with John Kerr A Different Spin is a video production project established in 2000 by John Kerr This project trains youth and local residents to film and produce videos in various First Nation Posted in British Columbia Community Stories First Nations Digital Jam Posted on October 3 2012 July 28 2015 by Jessi Jones Alert Bay British Columbia British Columbia Wednesday 3 October 2012 11 50 AM Early in 2012 Sue Hanley former coordinator of the First Nations Technology Council of British Columbia attended a student showcase at the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver This event inspired her to develop a project to bring together Masters of Digital Posted in British Columbia Community Stories Cowichan Tribes and the Mustimuhw Health Data Management System Posted on October 3 2012 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Cowichan Tribes British Columbia Wednesday 3 October 2012 11 25 AM Mustimuhw pronounced Moose tee mook is a Coast Salish word meaning all of the people It is also the name of a community electronic medical record cEMR management system developed byCowichan Tribes on Vancouver Island It is currently used by First Nations across B C Saskatchewan and Posted in British Columbia Community Stories First Mile Video Seabird Island Connectivity Story Posted on September 21 2012 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones Agassiz British Columbia Friday 21 September 2012 06 59 PM In 2007 the Seabird Island Band launched a wireless broadband network to provide services to their community members Seabird Wi fi is fully owned and operated by the band and receives no external funding It connects local services such as health and education It also provides Posted in British Columbia Community Stories First Mile at Doig River Posted on February 19 2012 July 28 2015 by Jessi Jones Doig River British Columbia Sunday 19 February 2012 12 28 PM By Dr Kate Hennessy Making Culture Lab School of Interactive Arts and Technology Simon Fraser University I had the pleasure of spending last weekend in Fort St John B C working with former Doig River First Nation chief Garry Oker and SFU PhD Candidate Rob Posted in British Columbia Community Stories New Beat Nation Video on YouTube street art in Vancouver Posted on November 17 2011 April 8 2015 by Jessi Jones New Beat Nation Video on YouTube street art in Vancouver Vancouver British Columbia Thursday 17 November 2011 12 18 PM Watch a new video of street art by Corey Bulpitt and Larissa Healey aka gurl23 on the Beat Nation TV site This mural is at the Granville St Bridge in Vancouver painted in Posted in British Columbia Community Stories Ktunaxa Nation Network

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  • Community services | FirstMile
    Natuashish struggle with slow expensive connectivity Posted on October 6 2015 October 28 2015 by robmcmahon By Jennifer Leask No school smartboards no telehealth no Netflix no Facebook no Skype no new Internet connections Most Canadians wouldn t have put up with those conditions years ago But in the isolated community of Natuashish it s the modern reality This community of 750 Mushuau Innu on the Northern coast of Labrador can only be Posted in Atlantic Community Stories CRTC e Health E Justice E Learning Economic Development News Bringing Healthcare Closer to First Nations Communities in B C Posted on July 28 2015 April 13 2016 by robmcmahon As of March 6 2015 after months of planning the First Nations Telehealth Expansion Project FNTEP is set to deploy new clinical telehealth equipment beginning with Coastal and Interior communities in British Columbia The telehealth equipment will offer rural communities such as Anahim Lake Klemtu Three Corners Bella Coola Hartley Bay and many others the opportunity Posted in Community Stories e Health News Sunchild E Learning Centre Posted on March 29 2015 April 12 2015 by calkenny On August 19 2010 the Sunchild E Learning Centre celebrated its tenth year of delivering quality distance education to Aboriginal learners throughout Alberta and the NWT TheSunchild E learning Centre started when i n 1999 members of the Sunchild First Nation considered the lack of education in their community and decided alternative methods were needed to reach Aboriginal Posted in Alberta Community Stories E Learning Territories Community Hubs and First Nations in B C Posted on March 29 2015 April 18 2016 by calkenny Community Hubs and First Nations in B C By Mark Matthew When the Transformative Change Accord TCA the First Nations Health Plan Tripartite First Nations Help Plan TFNHP were signed First

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  • E-Learning | FirstMile
    isolated community of Natuashish it s the modern reality This community of 750 Mushuau Innu on the Northern coast of Labrador can only be Posted in Atlantic Community Stories CRTC e Health E Justice E Learning Economic Development News Sunchild E Learning Centre Posted on March 29 2015 April 12 2015 by calkenny On August 19 2010 the Sunchild E Learning Centre celebrated its tenth year of delivering quality distance education to Aboriginal learners throughout Alberta and the NWT TheSunchild E learning Centre started when i n 1999 members of the Sunchild First Nation considered the lack of education in their community and decided alternative methods were needed to reach Aboriginal Posted in Alberta Community Stories E Learning Territories Community Hubs and First Nations in B C Posted on March 29 2015 April 18 2016 by calkenny Community Hubs and First Nations in B C By Mark Matthew When the Transformative Change Accord TCA the First Nations Health Plan Tripartite First Nations Help Plan TFNHP were signed First Nations Health Directors and Managers in B C made it clear that implementing the TFNHP was not something that could occur off the side of their desks Posted in Community Stories E Learning Keewaytinook Internet High School Posted on November 8 2011 December 12 2015 by calkenny Keewaytinook Internet High School One innovative program in northern Ontario enables local First Nations students to stay in their home communities while attending high school Keewaytinook Internet High School or KiHS uses ICTs to support community based learning in classrooms across the northern part of the province View a recent October 2011 about KiHS VIDEO Posted in Community Stories E Learning Ontario Posts navigation Search for Latest News Guide Federal Funding for Indigenous Broadband Report Digital Technology Adoption in Northern and Remote Indigenous Communities in

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  • e-Health | FirstMile
    on the Northern coast of Labrador can only be Posted in Atlantic Community Stories CRTC e Health E Justice E Learning Economic Development News Bringing Healthcare Closer to First Nations Communities in B C Posted on July 28 2015 April 13 2016 by robmcmahon As of March 6 2015 after months of planning the First Nations Telehealth Expansion Project FNTEP is set to deploy new clinical telehealth equipment beginning with Coastal and Interior communities in British Columbia The telehealth equipment will offer rural communities such as Anahim Lake Klemtu Three Corners Bella Coola Hartley Bay and many others the opportunity Posted in Community Stories e Health News Posts navigation Search for Latest News Guide Federal Funding for Indigenous Broadband Report Digital Technology Adoption in Northern and Remote Indigenous Communities in Canada MWC gets SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis grant for literature review FMCC team presents at CRTC BSO hearings IsumaTV Builds Innovative Digital Systems to Share High Def Streaming Video in Low Speed Remote Communities Recent Comments Archives Archives Select Month April 2016 March 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July

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