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The same attributes could easily be bestowed on Windigo Catering, which will receive an award named for the 19th-century miner at the Prospectors and Developers Association (PDAC) in March.
yacht Windigo " Former plumber Stephen, an experienced sailor, emigrated to Australia 25 years ago but flew to th Caribbean in 2009 where he bought the Windigo.
A spiritual figure known as a windigo killer, Niska's father is arrested for murder and dies in prison.
I do not want to get caught up in this case being about a Windigo, as it relates to mental illness and capital punishment.
You're looking forward to a nice meal," said Debbie Korobanik, general manager of parent company Windigo Ventures General Partner Ltd.
With the assistance of its tribal council--the Windigo First Nations Council--and $80,000 in funding from the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Slate Falls began negotiations with McKenzie Forest Products on the access road and their own participation in the area's forest industry.
(262) See Report of the Osnaburgh Windigo Tribal Council Justice Review Committee, 31 July 1990 (recommending native administration of justice and policing).
The stories tell of encounters with a windigo, as well as recollections of visions and curses.
Mason discovered that an Aboriginal company, Windigo Catering, employs 80 people and has the housekeeping contract at the remote Musselwhite Mine.