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MN-S: Local Government Week Recognized in Saskatchewan

Nov. 12, 2019 Treaty 4 Territory, Regina, Sask.– To raise awareness and engagement in local democracy, Local Government Week has again been officially proclaimed in the province of Saskatchewan, at the joint request of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), Métis Nation Saskatchewan (MN-S), the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM), the Saskatchewan School […]

by ahnationtalk on November 13, 201929 Views

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Métis Nation of Saskatchewan Terminates Clarence Campeau Development Fund Agreement Due to a Lack of Representation

The Métis Nation of Saskatchewan (MN-S) is terminating the Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) Agreement with the Province of Saskatchewan and calling on the province to immediately start negotiations on a new agreement. The CCDF is funded from the province’s gaming profits and is meant to provide the MN-S with the ability to contribute to […]

by aanationtalk on October 31, 201986 Views

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CFIA – Responding to Today, Building for the Future Progress Report 2018: Looking Back, Looking Forward

A message from the President and Executive Vice President In 2017, we launched the “Responding to Today, Building for the Future” (RTBF) framework that set out our strategic priorities for the next few years. At that time, we promised to keep our staff, as well as our partners, engaged and informed of the changes and […]

by aanationtalk on September 28, 2018111 Views

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Six Saskatchewan Men Fined More Than $55,000 for Unlawful Outfitting

October 11, 2016 An investigation by the Ministry of Environment in west central Saskatchewan has resulted in six individuals being fined a total of $55,200 for unlawful outfitting. Over the past few years, the ministry has become aware of an increase in illegal outfitting and hunting practices occurring in the North Battleford area. In the […]

by pmnationtalk on October 11, 2016315 Views

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Saskatchewan’s Police Recruit Training Needs A New Strategy

(Saskatoon, SK – June 30, 2016) The Coalition of Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan (CIPS) is calling on the Saskatchewan government to develop and implement a new strategy for its police training. Currently, once hired and sworn in by a provincial municipal police service, candidates attend the Saskatchewan Police College for 20 weeks of recruit training. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 4, 2016220 Views

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Budget 2016

Table of Contents                                                                                   Download the PDF Version A New Approach The Promise of Progress […]

by pmnationtalk on March 22, 2016479 Views

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New Survey to Fill long-standing Gap in First Nations Labour and Employment Data

New Survey to Fill long-standing Gap in First Nations Labour and Employment Data Mon, November 23, 2015 The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) is pleased to announce that it will be launching a new national survey that will take an unprecedented look at First Nations employment and labour conditions, two priority areas for First […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 2015549 Views

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Saskatchewan Uranium headed to a World Hotspot

(SASKATOON, SASK. – April 16, 2015) In 1970, Canada signed the UN Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty that assured Canadians that our uranium would never be used for weapons production. Today, its widely known that Saskatchewan’s uranium was diverted by India for use in their nuclear weapons production stream. The Harper government’s agreement to supply uranium concentrate […]

by ahnationtalk on April 16, 2015396 Views

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