Category Archives: Announcements

pī-nīhithawi-nikamok Cree Language Festival at Bell’s Point Elementary School – June 1, 2018

Click Link to Print – Poster for Cree Lang Festival

10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Lunch will be served
LLRIB Schools are invited to participate:

  • Bells Point Elementary School
  • Senator Myles Venne School
  • Sally Ross School
  • Chief Moses Ratt School
  • Keethanow Elementary School
  • Rhoda Hardlotte Memorial School
  • Little Red River School
  • Nihithaw Awasis School

Education Authority – La Ronge & Stanley Mission – Feb 6 & 7, 2018

Click Link to Print – Feb 2018 – EA Community Meeting – La Ronge and Stanley Mission

La Ronge (Senator Myles Venne School)
February 6, 2018 @ 5:00PM
&
Stanley Mission (Elder’s Centre)
February 7, 2018 @ 5:00PM

EDUCATION AUTHORITY LITTLE RED RIVER COMMUNITY MEETING – January 22, 2018

Click Link to Print PDF – January 2018 – Education Authority General Poster – Little Red

An Education Authority Community Meeting is coming to Little Red River.

Please Contact:  Angus Mirasty—306-940-6470

EDUCATION AUTHORITY 4TH ROUND OF COMMUNITY MEETINGS – UPDATE

La Ronge meeting has been postponed until February 6, 2018, 5:00PM at SMVS.

A new series of meetings for January 2018

A forth round of meetings in each community, including; La Ronge, Grandmother’s Bay, Sucker River, Stanley Mission and Morin Lake Reserve (Hall Lake), between January 23 to January 31.

The results of the 2nd questionnaire will be presented in the community meetings, focus groups will be discussed and a question and answer period will commence. A meal will be provided at the beginning and many great door prizes will be drawn after the meeting.

LLRIB Post – Secondary Payment Schedule 2017-2018

Mint Tea & Bannock Craft Fair Saturday, December 9th, 2017

$10.00 a table

Contact Jenny Cook or Kristen Charles
@ 306 425 2478 for more information or
to book a table!

4th ELDER CATHERINE CHARLES HEALTH CAREERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND DEADLINE: November 1, 2017

Click Link to Print – LLRIB HS Scholarship Guidelines 2017

Click Link to Print – LLRIB HS Scholarship Application 2017

For more information, please contact Ruth Thompson at Lac La Ronge Indian Band Health Services:
Direct Line: (306) 425-1705

APPLICATION DEADLINE
The deadline for the submission of this application is November 1, 2017. Fully completed application packages must contain all information and be post-marked, in the mail or dropped off at the LLRIB Health Services Jeannie Bird Clinic to the attention of the Elder Catherine Charles Health Careers Scholarship Committee or e-mailed to rthompson@llribhs.ca by the specified deadline.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?
You are eligible to apply for financial assistance if you are:
 A Lac La Ronge Indian Band member
 Completed a minimum of one year of study
 Enrolled as a full-time student at the post-secondary level in a program of study that is a minimum of two
academic years at an accredited university or college and pursuing a diploma or degree.
 Studying a branch of the health sciences such as: nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, lab technology, physiotherapy,
dietetics, nutrition, medicine, health administration, public health policy or another health related field.
AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Scholarship: Three Individual scholarship awards are provided in the amount of $1,500 and qualified individuals may
only be allocated one scholarship per academic year.

Education Authority Community Meetings – Hall Lake & La Ronge – October 17 & 18, 2017

Click Link to View/Print – Oct 2017 – Education Authority General Poster

October 17, 2017
Hall Lake—Sally Ross School 5:00 PM
Victoria—425-4938
October 18, 2017
La Ronge—Senator Myles Venne School 5:00 PM
Victoria—425-4938

These meetings are a part of the Second Round of meetings that took place in June 2017 at GMB, Stanley Mission and Sucker River. Hall Lake and La Ronge meetings were not able to commence due to unforeseen circumstances.

2017 Jonas Roberts Memorial Scholarship Award Winners

Lisa Mirasty is in her last year of her Social Work Degree. Her goal when finishing her degree is to work with the youth in schools or child welfare. Lisa plans to give back to her community and work in La Ronge for at least five years before exploring other opportunities. Lisa knows from personal experience the struggles our community faces, she plans on using this knowledge to her advantage to help make a difference in an adolescent’s life. Lisa has volunteered at schools, in the community, and also during the evacuation. Lisa has been described as an asset to the community.

Meagan Ratt is in her second year of her Business Administration Degree. Meagan first started her educational journey with a goal of getting her Business Admin Diploma, after finishing her first year of studies she has been encouraged to obtain her degree, thus maximizing her funding with the Post-Secondary Student Support Program. Meagan has worked for the education department for the past two summers, she has always gone above and beyond what was expected of her. She has been described as a fast learner, leader, role model, and very well organized.

Caitlyn Bird is in her third year Bachelor of Arts Degree. Caitlyn’s goal after completing her Degree is to become a journalist or a researcher. Caitlyn has passions for writing, helping others, spreading awareness, and finding solutions to various issues. Caitlyn was on the high school volleyball team and she would volunteer at fundraising events held by the school.

For more info on LLRIB Scholarships, go to – LLRIB – INCENTIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2017 Cliff Charles Memorial Scholarship Award Winners

Shaylene Marinuk is in her second year Bachelor of Commerce and is a single mom of one. Her goal after finishing her degree is to open a retail store for youth in the north, she believes this will also help the north economically. Shaylene volunteers at the local hospital for meals on wheels (delivering hot meals to elders), she has also volunteered at the national aboriginal day festivities.

Megan Morin is in her last year of her Bachelor of Arts- Majoring in Indigenous Studies. Megan is a single mom of two boys, she has always lived on the reserve in her home community of La Ronge. Megan’s long term goal is to give back to her community by working with youth in the schools or at the Jonas Roberts Memorial Community Center. Megan’s two boys play hockey, so when there is sporting events happening Megan is there volunteering her time.

Susan Moosewaypayo is in her third year of Bachelor of Science Nursing. Susan has chosen her career path because of her personal experiences as a child to adulthood. She wishes to exceed the normal expectations of care given by a nurse to a patient as it was given to her during her frequent hospital stays. Susan has been described as a natural leader and role model not only to her class but for the north.

For more info on LLRIB Scholarships, go to – LLRIB – INCENTIVES AND SCHOLARSHIPS