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Cabin seized by Sask. gov’t ‘integral’ to trapper’s way of life, First Nations leaders say, urging its return – CBC

Province says cabin in hands of contractor; asks trapper to choose new spot Feb 20, 2020 First Nations leaders are calling on the Saskatchewan government to return the cabin of a northern trapper in the province so he can continue living a traditional way of life. Indigenous ​​​​​​trapper Richard Durocher learned of the seizure of […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 202011 Views

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Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests disrupt infrastructure across the country – APTN News

February 9, 2020 Protesters have taken Gidmit’en spokesperson Molly Wickham’s call to “shut down Canada” literally, as actions have disrupted bridges, streets and legislature. Travel was halted on a major rail corridor in Ontario and protesters blocked access to an export terminal in B.C. In Ontario, protesters at a railway near Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory say […]

by ahnationtalk on February 10, 202020 Views

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Province says 75 per cent of inmates in Sask. jails are Indigenous – larongeNOW

Feb 05, 2020 New information from the Ministry of Corrections and Policing show that three-quarters of people incarcerated in Saskatchewan correctional facilities are Indigenous. Although the government recently released that statistic, it’s not news to Saskatoon Tribal Council Chief Mark Arcand, who works with correctional centres to establish programs designed to rehabilitate and educate incarcerated […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 202022 Views

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Onion Lake RCMP: Sudden death of adult male in Onion Lake Cree Nation

On January 21, 2020, shortly after 7 p.m., Onion Lake RCMP received a report of a deceased person located a short distance off Highway 797 in the Onion Lake Cree Nation. Officers secured the scene and requested the Coroner and additional RCMP resources to assist with the investigation. The deceased person has been identified as 32-year-old Braden Richard Bull, of Little Pine […]

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 202029 Views

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Update – La Ronge RCMP – Death of Sheena Billette Deemed a Homicide

January 14, 2020 Charges have been laid in the homicide investigation of 28-year-old Sheena Marie Billette of La Ronge, SK. Sheena was located seven kilometers north of La Ronge on Highway 102 on December 23, 2019. Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes Unit South; La Ronge and Prince Albert General Investigation Sections; the Prince Albert and Tisdale Forensic Identification Sections; Prince Albert […]

by ahnationtalk on January 15, 202027 Views

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Big River RCMP – Missing person located deceased

January 10, 2020 36-year-old Richard Netmaker has been located deceased late this afternoon in the vicinity of Pekakumew Lake, close to where he was last seen on January 6, 2020. As part of the investigation being conducted in conjunction with the Coroners Service of Saskatchewan, an autopsy will be conducted over the next few days […]

by ahnationtalk on January 13, 202030 Views

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Stakes high for Indigenous women still waiting for action after MMIWG inquiry – Globalnews.ca

December 9, 2019 Daleen Kay Bosse was a Cree woman from Onion Lake Cree Nation, Sask. She was 25 years old, married and studying to become a teacher while raising her young daughter. She had grown up wanting to be a doctor or a lawyer, but she ultimately picked teacher’s college — just like her […]

by ahnationtalk on December 9, 201975 Views

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‘I’m afraid of the guys with guns’: Saskatoon police vs. Indigenous people – APTN News

November 15, 2019 On the night of June 29, 2016 Dion Ladouceur ended up on his bedroom floor after being stunned by a police Taser. As it turned out, the police had the wrong man. Jordan Lafond was a young father with a daughter who died after an arrest by police. A Coroner’s inquest ruled […]

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 201951 Views

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New Tools Help Police Services Across Saskatchewan

November 15, 2019 Government is providing more than $680,000 for new policing tools and programming to police operations, community-based organizations and the Victims’ Fund through the Civil Forfeiture Program. Approximately $340,000 of this will be provided to Saskatchewan police forces and community-based organizations.  In accordance with legislation, a matching amount will be deposited from the […]

by ahnationtalk on November 15, 201968 Views

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