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First Nation producer hopes to see more sunshine to improve crop performance – BattlefordsNOW

Jul 26, 2020 Similar to many other communities, Red Pheasant Cree Nation hopes to see more dry weather ahead so crops can recover from a long period of heavy rains and wind storms in the Battlefords and surrounding area. The First Nation located south of Battleford, near Cando, is growing 3,000 acres of canola and […]

by ahnationtalk on July 27, 202023 Views

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University of Regina researchers find that “Ghost Fleas” in some Prairie lakes contribute to high levels of methylmercury in fish

REGINA, SK, July 21, 2020  – Dr. Britt Hall, a biology professor in the Faculty of Science at the University of Regina, has lead a study that helps to answer a decades-old question – why do fish in southern Saskatchewan’s Katepwa Lake contain such high levels of methylmercury? After years of research and around-the-clock water […]

by ahnationtalk on July 22, 202026 Views

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New agreement under Parks Canada’s Open Doors Program offers Métis Nation – Saskatchewan citizens free access to National Parks and Historic Sites in Saskatchewan

From: Parks Canada The program will offer MN-S citizens free entry to Grasslands and Prince Albert National Parks as well as Batoche, Fort Battleford, Fort Walsh and Motherwell Homestead National Historic Sites July 17, 2020                       Saskatoon, Saskatchewan               […]

by ahnationtalk on July 17, 202028 Views

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Loon Lake RCMP/La Ronge RCMP/Maidstone RCMP – Strong currents in Saskatchewan waters responsible for the disappearance of 2 children and a young man in the last 2 weeks

July 8, 2020 Strong currents in Saskatchewan lakes and rivers are responsible for the disappearance of two children and a young man in the last two weeks. Waters can look calm and be dangerous at the same time. Be aware of the currents when swimming this summer in lakes and rivers. Ask knowledgeable local residents […]

by ahnationtalk on July 9, 202038 Views

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Saskatchewan Announces $4 Billion Irrigation Project At Lake Diefenbaker

July 2, 2020 Work To Begin Immediately To Stimulate The Economy Today, Premier Scott Moe announced the first steps of a generational project that will fulfill the vision of Prime Minister John Diefenbaker to ensure the prosperity of Saskatchewan people and irrigate up to 500,000 acres of land from Lake Diefenbaker, more than doubling the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 202037 Views

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Global warming increases human health risk due to toxic algae in Canadian Prairie lakes

June 18, 2020 New research by scientists at the University of Regina’s Institute of Environmental Change and Society shows that global warming is increasing levels of toxic algae detrimental to human health. The study was published online, in the journal Limnology and Oceanography Letters. “Our decade-long project establishes that global warming is increasing toxin levels […]

by ahnationtalk on June 19, 202062 Views

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Teens to help USask researchers track climate change and wildlife impacts in northern Canada

SASKATOON – As part of a University of Saskatchewan (USask) research project, small teams of high school students from Saskatchewan and Manitoba will spend their summers in bug jackets, venturing into the wilderness to measure permafrost and track caribou around Churchill, Man. Delayed due to COVID-19, the three-year project is funded by a $129,000 grant to USask agriculture […]

by ahnationtalk on June 1, 202087 Views

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Heavy rain helping to contain Fort à la Corne wildfire – CTV News

May 21, 2020 SASKATOON — Heavy rain in northern Saskatchewan has helped to slow the wildfire in the Fort à la Corne provincial forest east of Prince Albert, the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) says. According to the SPSA the fire has been mapped at just over 41,000 hectares of land, 1,000 more than Wednesday’s […]

by ahnationtalk on May 21, 2020110 Views

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Update: Latest information on the incident at Enbridge’s Line 3 Herschel pump station

May 14, 2020 A CER Inspection Officer conducted a field inspection May 1-2, 2020, following a 150 cubic meter crude oil spill at Enbridge’s Line 3 pump station facility near Herschel, Saskatchewan, on April 30, 2020. All free-standing oil has been recovered and the company is recovering the remaining contaminated soil. Enbridge is expected to remediate the site to […]

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 2020140 Views

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A message from the Assembly of First Nations Knowledge Keepers

A message from the Assembly of First Nations Knowledge Keepers Mother Earth is speaking to us in ways foretold in our prophecies. Time constantly evolves. These changes bring with it new challenges and unknown threats. There will be a time for renewal, a time we can understand unknown threats such as COVID-19. This new threat […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 202067 Views

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