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Wall Sets Priorities for Premiers’ Meeting

January 29, 2015 Premier Wall to Be Active Participant at Tomorrow’s Meeting of Canada’s Premiers. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall will be participating via phone as Canada’s Premiers meet in Ottawa to discuss issues like the economy and interprovincial trade. “This is consistent with our past practice when it comes to winter meetings of the Council […]

by pmnationtalk on January 30, 2015362 Views

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Escaped Saskatchewan prisoner taunts police on Facebook to “catch me if you can” – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jan 29, 2015 21:31 By CJME THE CANADIAN PRESS BLACK LAKE, Sask. _ A 21-year-old man being sought by police after escaping custody appears to have been taunting police online. RCMP say Solomon Toutsaint ran away from the courthouse in Black Lake, Sask., on Jan. 21 while officers were taking several people in custody […]

by pmnationtalk on January 30, 2015176 Views

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Do you have Information on Monica Burns?

Prince Albert RCMP and RCMP Major Crime Unit North continue their investigation into the murder of Monica Burns.  RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in providing any information known relating to her murder.  Further, we would also like to speak to anyone who has either recently seen her or interacted with her. Please see the […]

by pmnationtalk on January 29, 20159413 Views

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Plan made to avoid repeat of Phoenix Sinclair tragedy – Portage Daily Graphic

January 28, 2015 Family services minister Kerri Irvin-Ross said the province will increase funding for family supports by 60% as part of its plan to implement recommendations from a report spurred by the death of Phoenix Sinclair. Irvin-Ross laid out the province’s plan to address the 62 recommendations made by Commissioner Ted Hughes after a […]

by pmnationtalk on January 29, 2015226 Views

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Police seek information on black rugs found with Monica Burns’ body – CTV

January 28, 2015 Police say they are looking for information about two large black area rugs that were found with the body of a dead woman in northern Saskatchewan. Monica Burns, who was 28, was found on a snowmobile trail north of Prince Albert on Jan. 17. RCMP say Burns, a member of the Sturgeon […]

by pmnationtalk on January 29, 2015207 Views

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Recruitment fair aimed at attracting more Aboriginal Peoples to … – CBC

Jan 28, 2015 Saskatoon Police holding aboriginal recruitment fair Recruitment fair aimed at attracting more Aboriginal Peoples to policing careers The numbers are already solid. But Saskatoon Police say they could be better. One in 10 police officers in the city is aboriginal. Chief Clive Weighill is proud of how the force reflects that element of […]

by pmnationtalk on January 29, 2015164 Views

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First Nations vote could be a game-changer – Regina Leader-Post

January 28, 2015 A looming federal election has grassroots organizations urging aboriginal people to vote. Such groups believe this segment of the population has the numbers to sway ridings in their favour if they opt to vote as a bloc. However, in past federal and provincial elections there has been very low voter turnout among […]

by pmnationtalk on January 28, 2015196 Views

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Aboriginal Recruitment Event

January 27, 2015 As part of ongoing efforts to diversify it’s workforce and reflect the culture of the community it represents the Saskatoon Police Service will be hosting an Aboriginal recruitment event later this week. More than 60 people have already registered to attend the workshop, which will include a panel question and answer period. […]

by pmnationtalk on January 28, 20159177 Views

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Suspected murder victim Monica Burns honoured in walk – CBC

Small party treks from Saskatoon to Prince Albert Jan 27, 2015 The memory of his dead sister Monica Burns propels Pernell Ballantyne on his quiet walk along Highway 11 from Saskatoon to Prince Albert. Burns’ body was found on a snowmobile trail near Prince Albert earlier this month, and is now the subject of a […]

by pmnationtalk on January 28, 2015203 Views

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Trade bans hurt Inuit and do nothing to save polar bears: study

January 27, 2015 Polar bears may be an example of an emerging problem: the use of trade bans instead of concrete action against non-trade threats such as climate change, according to a new study co-written by University of Saskatchewan wildlife researcher Doug Clark. Clark, School of Environment and Sustainability Centennial Chair at the U of S, explains one consequence of […]

by pmnationtalk on January 28, 2015382 Views

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