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Digital literacy program being developed for indigenous youth in region

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Last fall, Lindsay’s Kawartha Art Gallery, in collaboration with Curve Lake First Nation and Pinnguaq Association, received a three-year, $743,800 Grow grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to expand an arts-based digital literacy program for Anishnaabe youth in the Curve Lake community.

The program has created a lot of excitement and will give people the chance experience or express themselves creatively so that they have a better understanding of each other, of their shared histories and hopes for the future.

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Lindsay’s Arctic-inspired tech entrepreneur aims to triple size in coming months

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Lindsay’s Arctic-inspired tech entrepreneur aims to triple size in coming months
The village of Pangnirtung, Nunavut.

It has been three years since Ryan Oliver left Pangnirtung on the east side of Baffin Island, where summer temperatures range from five to 15 degrees Celsius and winter can be -50 Celsius with wind chill.

Oliver had lived in this Nunavut village of 1,400 people for nine years. But given the costs of doing business in the north he thought it was time to bring his family — and his entrepreneurial idea — home to Lindsay.

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