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Veteran driving instructor says difficult for northern Indigenous people to get licences – CBC

Remote locations, lack of identification major hurdle Feb 20, 2019 Alfred Crain says Indigenous people in Saskatchewan’s north need more supports when it comes to driving instruction. Owner of A.C. First Nations Driving Academy, Crain regularly crosses the province’s north to teach people the rules of the road. Speaking to CBC Radio’s Saskatoon Morning, he […]

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FSIN votes on measures to help indigenous children – CTV News

February 20, 2019 The winter session of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) voted Tuesday on three measures to improve conditions for indigenous children. The meeting drew together 38 chiefs and proxies from across Saskatchewan. It included speeches by elders, senators and numerous other dignitaries who spoke on different topics, including the opioid crisis […]

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New funding policy adopted to better support First Nations students on-reserve – Sask Bulletin Article

February 20, 2019 Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O’Regan and National Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of First Nations, recently announced a new co-developed policy and improved funding to better support the needs of First Nations students on-reserve. According to a media release issued by Indigenous Services Canada, the new approach will take effect […]

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Community members and artists help bring life to museum’s new Indigenous exhibit – Prince Albert Daily Herald

Feb 20, 2019 History, art and community are coming together at the Prince Albert Historical Museum this week as members of the public and two Indigenous artists team up to help bring some more colour to the museum’s upcoming Indigenous section. The project, funded through a handful of grants, is seeing members of the public […]

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Indigenous languages highlighted at Regina Elders Gathering – CTV News

February 19, 2019 Elders have gathered at the First Nations University this week to discuss the importance of preserving Indigenous languages. There will be three gatherings in Saskatchewan this year — one in Saskatoon, one in Regina and one in Prince Albert. Elders met in Saskatoon in January and will head to Prince Albert in […]

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‘We are still here and standing strong together’: Regina model heading to Paris – Globalnews.ca

February 18, 2019 If you told Olivia Saulteaux she would one day be modelling in Paris, she wouldn’t have believed it. But in March, the 21-year-old from Regina will spend four days as a model at Paris Indigenous Fashion Week representing Whitebear First Nation. “I just started in the fall and now I’m going to […]

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Minister of Indigenous Services responds to backlash over tweet – CBC

Minister’s office says tweet became a distraction from ministers work in Sask. Feb 18, 2019 Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O’Regan’s office says a tweet sent out while the minister was flying over northern Saskatchewan was “distraction” and it was deleted after it generated anger from many people online. O’Regan was recently in Saskatchewan  where he made a number […]

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Northern Sask. airport funding a “long time coming”: FSIN Chief – larongeNOW

Feb 14, 2019 A funding announcement for Fond Du Lac aiport is appreciated but long overdue, according to the Chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Bobby Cameron was responding to Thursday’s press conference in Saskatoon, during which $12 million in federal funding was announced to assist with upgrades at the northern Saskatchewan airport. […]

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U of S to offer courses focused on Indigenous storytelling – StarPhoenix

The University of Saskatchewan plans to offer a certificate in the study of Indigenous storytelling. Prof. Robert Alexander Innes, head of the Indigenous Studies department, says students will be able to learn about the different ways in which Aboriginal stories have been told and recorded in writing, film and new media. The English and drama […]

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Federal government, environmental groups take the stand in Sask. carbon tax challenge – CBC

Sask., New Brunswick, Ontario arguing carbon tax unconstitutional Feb 14, 2019 Canada must have the latitude to address the national and international concerns posed by climate change, according to a lawyer for the federal government. “Despite Saskatchewan’s view to the contrary, the rapidly increasing accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere, the grave risks posed by […]

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