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Horizon School Division supportive of provincial education plan framework – Humboldt Journal

December 12, 2019 EAST CENTRAL — A framework released by the Saskatchewan government will be used to develop a provincial plan for education for the next decade. The framework is the result of a year-long engagement process with thousands of Saskatchewan residents, including students, parents, teachers, education stakeholders, Indigenous leaders and the business community. “I […]

by ahnationtalk on December 12, 201913 Views

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Saskatchewan Indigenous leader concerned over funding of child welfare – Preeceville Progress

December 11, 2019 SASKATOON — The head of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations says Ottawa needs to provide money for First Nations who want to take over their own child welfare under new legislation. Chief Bobby Cameron says without reliable funding, changes to Indigenous child welfare that are coming in January will fail. A […]

by ahnationtalk on December 11, 201913 Views

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‘You matter’: Messages of hope for kids in crisis – CBC

Who to contact if you need help WARNING: This story is about a very serious mental health issue that may be upsetting or difficult to read. If you or somebody you know is considering suicide, please contact Kids Help Phone or Crisis Services Canada right away. Christmas can be a difficult time of year for […]

by ahnationtalk on December 11, 201912 Views

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It’s a call to action’: Survey shows Sask. and Man. take dimmer view of race relations than other Canadians – CBC

More than 3,000 people responded to national race relations survey Dec 10, 2019 Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents don’t seem as optimistic about race relations as people in other parts of Canada, according to a new survey by the Environics Institute. In the region of Manitoba-Saskatchewan, only 60 per cent of those surveyed said race relations […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201915 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, 201918 Views

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Teenager from Mistawasis Nehiyawak wins climate change essay contest – APTN

December 5, 2019 Mariah Pechawis from Mistawasis Nehiyawak in Saskatchewan is on her way to the United Nations climate change conference in Spain. This after the 17 year old wrote an award winning essay about climate change. pwolf@aptn.ca Read More: https://aptnnews.ca/2019/12/05/teenager-from-mistawasis-nehiyawak-wins-climate-change-essay-contest/

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201922 Views

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Auditor calls for action to combat suicides in northwest Sask. – meadowlakeNOW

Dec 05, 2019 Saskatchewan’s auditor has laid out a number of areas she believes the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has to improve to address the risk of suicide in northwest Saskatchewan. In her 2019 report, which was released Thursday, Judy Ferguson said the average suicide rate in northwest Saskatchewan in 2018 exceeded the provincial average […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201924 Views

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Some staff not trained enough to help suicidal patients: Saskatchewan Auditor – National Post

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Health Authority isn’t giving enough training to staff working with patients in areas struggling with high suicide rates, the provincial auditor said in her latest report. Judy Ferguson’s report released Thursday focuses on how patients at risk of suicide in communities including North Battleford, Meadow Lake and La Loche are treated […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201924 Views

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We have hope’: Ottawa pledges to support First Nations suicide prevention strategies – CBC

The Department of Indigenous Services isn’t ready to earmark money for suicide strategies Dec 04, 2019 In the wake of a 10-year-old girl’s suicide on his reserve, the Chief of Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation flew more than 3,000 kilometres to Ottawa to sit face-to-face with the federal minister of Indigenous services. In that meeting Wednesday […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201922 Views

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Indigenous on-time graduation rate lowers in school division – Humboldt Journal

December 3, 2019 EAST CENTRAL — On-time graduation rates for First Nations and Métis (FNMI) dropped in the North East School Division for for the 2018-19 year, but remain higher than the provincial average. The on-time graduation rate for FNMI students in the NESD dropped from 68 per cent in the 2017-18 year to 54 […]

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201928 Views

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