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Westleaf Inc. Announces Rebrand, Corporate and Operations Update

CALGARY, Feb. 18, 2020 – Westleaf Inc. (the “Company” or “Westleaf”) (TSX-V:WL) (OTCQB:WSLFF) is pleased to provide the following corporate and operations update with respect to its ongoing cost reduction initiatives, financial position, corporate rebranding, and operations. “The Qwest brand was built on our commitment to quality cannabis. Despite the headwinds the industry currently faces, […]

by ahnationtalk on February 18, 202020 Views

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Westleaf Inc. Announces Resignation of President and Corporate Update

CALGARY, Jan. 13, 2020 – Westleaf Inc. (the “Company” or “Westleaf”) (TSX-V:WL) (OTCQB:WSLFF) announced today that following the closing of the merger of Westleaf and We Grow B.C. Ltd. (“We Grow”), Scott Hurd, President and Co-Founder, has resigned effective January 24, 2019. “On behalf of Westleaf, we thank Scott for his vision, leadership and efforts […]

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Local artist/author shares stories for Indigenous Storytelling Month – Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Mann Art Gallery and Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild celebrated Indigenous Storytelling Month Saturday with a visit from Prince Albert children’s book author and writer Leah Dorion. Dorion did a reading from her latest book, Metis Camp Circle, and answered questions for about two dozen people for two hours Saturday afternoon. Her book, released in September […]

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Country erupts into Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrations: A week in pictures – APTN News

February 15, 2020 It was a week that started in British Columbia and ended in protests, sit ins, blockades and marches across the country. The hashtag #wetsuwetenstrong and #shutdowncanada became popular on Twitter. Five Hereditary Chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are fighting against a 670-kilometre pipeline that will carry fracked natural gas across B.C., including […]

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Celebrate Indigenous Storytelling Month At The RSM

February 14, 2020 At the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) and across the province, it is Indigenous Storytelling Month – a wonderful time to step out of the cold and immerse yourself in magical storytelling and other fun and engaging activities. “The Royal Saskatchewan Museum excels in programming around significant themes in Indigenous culture,” Parks, Culture […]

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 202026 Views

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Play about Gerald Stanley trial has people talking about racism in Saskatchewan – APTN News

February 13, 2020 A play about the trial of Gerald Stanley has been running in Saskatoon for the last month to a packed house each evening. The story about Stanley’s trial and the death of Red Pheasant Cree man Colten Boushie has people talking about the issue of racism in Saskatchewan. Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2020/02/13/play-about-gerald-stanley-trial-has-people-talking-about-racism-in-saskatchewan/

by ahnationtalk on February 14, 202028 Views

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NDP MLA accuses province of ‘confrontational’ tactics in removal of trapper’s cabin – CBC

Feb 13, 2020 Sask. Environment says it had been working with the trapper about alternative locations since 2016 A northern Saskatchewan NDP MLA says the recent removal of an Indigenous trapper’s cabin in the province’s north is “really frustrating and angering a lot of people.” Buckley Belanger said “frustration is so high” over Saskatchewan Environment’s […]

by ahnationtalk on February 13, 202031 Views

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Who is eligible to be registered in your band and who gets do decide? – APTN News

February 13, 2020 The question of who is eligible to be registered in a band – and who makes that decision is the focus of a short APTN News Perspectives series. Correspondent Tamara Pimentel spoke to families who have children that are not included on a band’s roll for one reason or another. She wrote […]

by ahnationtalk on February 13, 202032 Views

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Sask. government removes northern trapper’s cabin – CBC

Province says cabin was in a popular recreational site Feb 11, 2020 A northern Saskatchewan man has questions after his trapper’s cabin was removed by the provincial government last week. Up until last Tuesday, Richard Durocher’s cabin was situated along Highway 914, about 40 kilometres north of Pinehouse and approximately 400 kilometres north of Saskatoon. […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 202028 Views

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Media Advisory – Métis Nation Honours Second World War Veteran in SK

OTTAWA, Feb. 10, 2020 – The Métis Nation Minister of Veterans Affairs David Chartrand will be honouring Métis veteran of the Second World War at a ceremony in Regina, SK. The ceremony will include the presentation of a $20,000 cheque to the veteran under the terms of the $30 million Canada-Métis Nation Métis Veterans Recognition […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 202030 Views

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