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It’s not fair’: Thunderchild First Nation woman mourning violent death of son, disappearance of family friend – CBC

Law enforcement investigating death of Cook-Buckle, disappearance of Tiki Brook-Lyn Laverdiere Jun 14, 2019 Two provinces, two young people, a violent death and a disappearance that’s being investigated as a homicide are turning into a nightmare for a woman from the Thunderchild First Nation. At the beginning of April, Nicole Cook lost her son, Tristen […]

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Missing, murdered Indigenous women inquiry flags coerced sterilization – Regina Leader-Post

June 13, 2019 OTTAWA — A lawyer representing Indigenous women who allege they were coerced into sterilization procedures after childbirth says it is not surprising the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls flagged the issue among its findings. The commission, which released 231 recommendations last week, was asked by the federal […]

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Connecting to culture, leaning on kinship key to how these Indigenous fathers are breaking traumatic cycles – CBC

‘It’s to learn that, yes, we do need support, we do need help, and it’s OK to be vulnerable’ Jun 13, 2019 It’s 34 C in Saskatchewan’s Qu’Appelle Valley the day Philip Brass leads his son Forrest to one of their favourite spots to hike. Brass is wearing a custom pair of beaded moccasins. They […]

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Saskatchewan’s artifact laws ‘perpetuate colonization’: Indigenous archeologist – CBC

Legislation under scrutiny following ancient artifact discovery near Dodsland, Sask. Jun 13, 2019 Saskatchewan laws governing ancient artifacts “perpetuate colonization” and need to change, according to an Indigenous archeologist. “That law needs to be rewritten,” archeologist and University of Alberta professor Kisha Supernant said. “When you have non-Indigenous people making decisions about what happens with […]

by ahnationtalk on June 13, 201914 Views

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Husky Oil Operations Limited fined $2.7 million for federal offences related to the pipeline release of oil into the North Saskatchewan River

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada June 12, 2019 – Lloydminster, Saskatchewan The Government of Canada is committed to protecting the health, safety, and environment of Canadians. The Government enforces laws that protect Canada’s air, water, and natural environment, and we take this responsibility very seriously. On June 12, 2019, Husky Oil Operations Limited pleaded guilty to […]

by ahnationtalk on June 13, 201915 Views

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SK Government: New Income Assistance Advisory Group Announced

June 12, 2019 The Government of Saskatchewan has appointed members to the new Income Assistance Advisory Group to help Social Services improve income assistance programs and services. The advisory group will provide advice and feedback on the development of income assistance policies, programs and services that will best meet the needs of vulnerable Saskatchewan people. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 201919 Views

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WACA Requests Fee Waiver – Mjindependent.com

A local cultural group hoping to hold a community wide celebration came to Council looking for a fee waiver but despite getting it left with unanswered questions. Lori Deets, president of the Wakamow Aboriginal Community Association (WACA), came to Council to request the rental fees of $445.69 for city land for a six day pow […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 201917 Views

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Mother of Jordan Lafond, FSIN want independent oversight of probes when people die dealing with police – Star Phoenix

June 11, 2019 SASKATOON — Indigenous groups want Saskatchewan to establish an independent civilian-led authority to oversee investigations when people die or are hurt in dealings with police. The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations and the Mistawasis Nehiyawak Cree First Nation west of Prince Albert say they are making the call to support Charmaine Dreaver. […]

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Sask. First Nations prepared to call for blockade at proposed road site where artifacts discovered – CBC

Gravel road construction in western Sask. on hold until July 1, while project is reviewed Jun 12, 2019 A controversial road project west of Biggar, Sask., could face a First Nations blockade if construction is approved next month. Ancient Indigenous artifacts were recently discovered on the proposed route of the new gravel road. Construction was […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 201916 Views

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Gardening offers key step toward food sovereignty for Sask. First Nation – CBC

Saulteaux First Nation Chief says gardening has been embraced by his community Jun 10, 2019 The people of Saulteaux First Nation are embarking on a journey of food sovereignty, one that’s seen the community turn plain yards into riots of colourful vegetables and flowers. “Ever since I was seven years old, I wanted to have […]

by ahnationtalk on June 10, 201918 Views

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