To achieve this, I asked Sylvia Stead, deputy editor at The Globe and Mail if I could write a story about Project Beyshick and lay it out on a fake front page (known as a flat in industry lingo) and bring it back to the POA Foundation as a way of saying thank you and because I wanted to contribute to its support in some way.
The letter below was presented by the Honourable David Ramsay (Minister of Natural Resources and Aboriginal Affairs) to POA Foundation’s chairman Mr. Aditya Jha at the "Thank You" dinner for Project Beyshick 2006 on Thursday August 17th. We highly appreciate and thank Premier Dalton McGuinty for his kind and encouraging words.
TORONTO, May 12 – The POA Foundation is proud to announce the launch of its 2nd annual Canadian development endeavor, Project Beyshick. This year, 25 individuals will be selected to participate in the mentorship program aimed at nurturing entrepreneurship among First Nations communities.
TORONTO, ON: Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler today acknowledged the participation of ten business executives from Torontos downtown core in a youth mentoring project, Project Beyshick, involving ten youth from Nishnawbe Aski Nation territory an area covering two-thirds of Ontario and home to 49 First Nation communities.