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Jury makes recommendations at end of inquest into Indigenous inmate’s death – The Globe and Mail

May 19, 2017 The inquest into the death of an Indigenous woman who was found unresponsive in her cell at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre has wrapped up with the jury making 20 recommendations. The inquest was told that Kinew James, 35, suffered cardiac arrest but also had mismanaged diabetes and a history of schizophrenia, […]

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What do we have to celebrate?’ FSIN senator decries Canada 150 as celebration of colonization – The Prince Albert Daily Herald

May 19, 2017 A Federation of Sovereign First Nations (FSIN) leader had harsh words for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the first day of the FSIN spring assembly. Senator Ted Quewezance criticized the federal government for being all talk, no action on reconciliation. He also took issue with Canada 150 celebrations, as Indigenous people, he […]

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Healing through art – Moose Jaw Times Herald

May 19, 2017 Students visit Regina after submitting drawings for reconciliation initiative If art is the highest form of hope, Saskatchewan’s children are taking it one step further. Ten young people from across the province were honoured for their efforts May 12 after participating in the Imagine A Canada initiative that saw them create art […]

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Kinew James Inquest – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire May 19, 2017 SASKATOON – The inquest into the death of an indigenous woman who was found unresponsive in her cell at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre has wrapped up with the jury making 20 recommendations. The inquest was told that Kinew James, 35, suffered cardiac arrest but also had […]

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Families join forces searching for 2 missing Indigenous women near Prince Albert, Sask. – CBC

Happy Charles last seen April 3, Joanne Laurin last seen April 22 May 19, 2017 The families of two missing Indigenous women have joined forces in an attempt to find their loved ones. Happy Charles, 42, went missing on April 3 after travelling to Prince Albert, Sask. Almost three weeks later, 25-year-old Joanne Laurin was […]

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FSIN backs petition for new prosecutor in trial over Colten Boushie’s death – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 18, 2017 SASKATOON _ The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is backing a petition launched by the family of Colten Boushie demanding a new Crown prosecutor and an out-of-province lead investigator for the case. Boushie, who was 22 and from the Red Pheasant First Nation, was shot and killed Aug. 9 while […]

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New joint venture could have Tugaske potash mine running by 2019 – StarPhoenix

May 18, 2017 After months of aggressive cost-cutting, Saskatchewan’s beleaguered potash industry appears to be turning the corner, with established mining companies recording higher profits and several new firms working to develop greenfield projects. The latest is Vanguard Potash Corp., a joint venture formed last month by Gensource Potash Corp. and Essel Group ME Ltd., […]

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FSIN chief says federal bureaucracy needs changes, moves too slowly – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 18, 2017 PRINCE ALBERT, Canada _ The chief of the Assembly of First Nations has some harsh words for the federal bureaucracy. Perry Bellegarde says there have to be changes made to ensure federal funding flows quickly and becomes more effective for First Nations communities. Bellegarde was addressing delegates of the annual […]

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RCMP charge man in 8 hour standoff at home on Saskatchewan First Nation – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 18, 2017 LOON LAKE, Sask. _ A man has been charged in a lengthy standoff with police on a Saskatchewan First Nation. On May 12, a man went in to a residence on Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation with a firearm. Mounties surrounded the home and as a precaution, two schools on the […]

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Saskatchewan NDP hammers at government over shutting down STC bus line – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 18, 2017  REGINA _ The opposition NDP continues to question the province’s decision to shut down STC. The provincially owned bus line is slated to cease operations at the end of the month. During question period on Wednesday, the NDP’s Doyle Vermette said the government has been too hasty on the issue. […]

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