First Nations using video game to att...

First Nations using video game to attract youth to mining

There are 3 comments on the Northern Ontario Business story from Dec 10, 2012, titled First Nations using video game to attract youth to mining. In it, Northern Ontario Business reports that:

Algoma Games for Health in Sault Ste. Marie is developing a new online videogame that will help educate First Nations youth in Northwestern Ontario about the mining industry.

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Monsokan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#1 Dec 13, 2012
Bare'Squatch Monsokan has some blood relatives working in the mines. One of them says its really warm down there and cool in the summer. The job is scary and the pay is good for those who spend a lot of time below earning a living.

Policemen jobs like NAN are just as dangerous as mining, but I would say the Policemen job is more dangerous because of the high oppression states of the Nish people by their Governments i.e. local governments; I hear rumors that one wrong word and out the Reserve you go.

Since: May 11

On Your Back!

#2 Dec 13, 2012
This point is null and void since there are only 8 DAYS LEFT!!!!!

“Just call me ROMEO!!”

Since: Feb 13

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#3 Feb 26, 2013
Monkey_Rench wrote:
This point is null and void since there are only 8 DAYS LEFT!!!!!
And then what?

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