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Sask. artifact rules violate international law, says professor – CBC

Artifacts dating back as far as 10,000 years were recently found in RM of Winslow Jun 07, 2019 The failure to notify First Nations of a rare artifact discovery in central Saskatchewan violates international law, says an academic. The bigger problem is the province’s outdated legislation, says Roger Petry, coordinator of the United Nations-affiliated Regional […]

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Cumberland College: $44K Awarded in Entrance Scholarships!

June 6, 2019 Cumberland College is pleased to present twenty-two $2000 entrance awards to students enrolling in university and technical programming during the 2019 – 20 academic year. Congratulations to the following recipients: Mason Mindiuk Sydney Hill Chelsea Olson Kaleb Sundelin Kelsie Moorman Hope Cook Brooke Bolen Maria Patricia Ann Gulla Lauren Jago Nicole Fedorychka […]

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Gormley: Misuse of “genocide” does more harm than good – StarPhoenix

There are many ways to describe the history and contemporary reality of Canadian Indigenous women victimized by violence. June 7, 2019 There are many ways to describe the history and contemporary reality of Canadian Indigenous women victimized by violence. For the victims there is the tragedy of loss and trauma; and, if we get it […]

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Son of Sask. D-Day solider remembers his father’s bravery, 75 years later – CTV News

June 6, 2019 Charles Bird was a member of the Regina Rifles, and landed on Juno Beach on June 6, 1944. His son is proud to talk about his late father. “I’m extremely proud to know that my dad joined up,” Nelson Bird said. “As did his brothers, his dad, to serve Canada without hesitation. […]

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Editorial: Distraction further dishonours victims – StarPhoenix

Reflecting on how to personally address reconciliation regarding the MMIWG is important for citizens of this province and this country. June 7, 2019 We need to keep our eye on the ball when it comes to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. It is expected, and important, that there is […]

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Changes to solitary-confinement bill could address key MMIWG inquiry findings – larongeNOW

Jun 07, 2019 OTTAWA — The Canadian Human Rights Commission is backing changes to a bill on solitary confinement, agreeing with other advocates that the amendments to the government’s proposed law would follow recommendations from the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Véronique Robitaille, a spokeswoman for the rights commission, said Wednesday […]

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Fitness 2J2 only First Nations SABEX finalist, winner – Eagle Feather News

June 06, 2019 Saskatoon Greater Chamber of Commerce held its annual Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence Awards and Gala at the TCU Place in Saskatoon earlier this spring. Some of the brightest names in Saskatoon’s business community were honoured, and a familiar face on the Indigenous health circuit was victorious. Presented by Nutrien, the award […]

by ahnationtalk on June 6, 201928 Views

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Trudeau aims north to pull out Sask. seat – Yorkton This Week

June 6, 2019 Can you imagine the federal Liberals emerging from this fall’s national election with more seats in Saskatchewan than they already have? Admittedly, it takes a fair bit of imagination. And it will take more than a little luck on the Liberals’ part. But it is possible … even though it’s likely a […]

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Anti-racism organization asks Goodale to investigate after Indigenous man dies in Saskatoon correctional facility – MBC Network Radio Online

Jun 5, 2019 A Saskatchewan anti-racism organization is calling on Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale to investigate after an Indigenous man died at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre last month. The Saskatchewan Coalition Against Racism is alleging 32-year-old Benjamin Toutsaint hanged himself on May 18 after repeated calls for help were ignored. SCAR spokesperson […]

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Media Notice – Canada’s Premiers to Meet in Saskatoon from July 9-11, 2019

June 5, 2019 – As incoming Chair of the Council of the Federation, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe will host the 2019 Summer Meeting of Canada’s Premiers from July 9 to 11 at the Delta Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon. Media Accreditation Media representatives who wish to cover the 2019 Summer Meeting of Canada’s Premiers must register […]

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 201929 Views

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