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Moving on: After 23 years as Beardy’s head coach, Dale Grayston gets set to take on new SMAAAHL gig – National Post

“We ran such a unique program. I don’t think there’ll ever be another one like it in the league, trying to support a lot of First Nations youth.” While professional and junior hockey coaches tend to lead a transient life, Dale Grayston avoided that nomadic experience at the under-18 level. The Shellbrook native spent more […]

by ahnationtalk on May 12, 202044 Views

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‘Jurisdictional limbo’ left Metis in Saskatchewan unprepared for COVID-19 says MNC spokesperson – APTN News

May 11, 2020 Metis villages in northern Saskatchewan with rising COVID-19 cases are in “jurisdictional limbo” between federal and provincial governments that left them underprepared for the coronavirus pandemic, according to Metis National Council (MNC) spokesperson David Chartrand. “There was no plan, no supports, no programs, no supply chain, nothing, because both governments are saying, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 11, 202035 Views

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Three Former Legionnaires Make Roster for Now-Cancelled 2020 NAHC – SwiftCurrentOnline.com

10 May 2020 Though the 2020 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships have been cancelled due to COVID-19, this year’s Team Sask contingent was announced as having a southwest connection once again. The 2020 NAHC were slated to run May 11-16 from the Cooperators Centre in Regina. Team Saskatchewan announced their rosters at the start of this […]

by ahnationtalk on May 11, 202037 Views

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Big River First Nation builds tiny homes to fight homelessness – Yorkton This Week

May 11, 2020 Homelessness among single members of the Big River First Nation has prompted the community to invest high hopes in tiny homes. The First Nation’s government, under Chief Jack Rayne, has two tiny homes nearing completion — one to be given to a resident, and another to be raffled off to raise money […]

by ahnationtalk on May 11, 202037 Views

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Indigenous advocate accuses feds of playing politics by not releasing more low-risk inmates – The Battlefords News-Optimist

Says many are now ‘political prisoners’ May 11, 2020 The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is calling on the federal government to create a task force to begin the process of releasing low-risk, non-violent Indigenous inmates from federal institutions. CAP wants the government to support a call by NDP MP Jack Harris, Critic for Public […]

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Northern Sask. outbreak reveals plight of Indigenous communities during COVID-19 – CTV News

May 10, 2020 TORONTO — Provinces are slowly opening up businesses after seeing positive results from weeks of coronavirus measures, but as cases decline in certain regions, Indigenous communities in remote locations are seeing a new surge. In Saskatchewan, there’s been a large outbreak in the northern community of La Loche, where more than 160 […]

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Intentionally set grass fires on Sweetgrass First Nation – battlefordsNOW

Intentionally set fires led to evacuations at a local First Nation on Thursday night. At approximately 10 p.m. on May 7, Battlefords RCMP were called to Sweetgrass First Nation for multiple calls of grass fires being set in several locations. Upon arrival, the RCMP encountered several large grass fires burning and determined a number of […]

by ahnationtalk on May 8, 202020 Views

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First Nation appeals after losing bid for warning on mineral claims during TLE process – Regina Leader-Post

A First Nation north of Regina is appealing to Saskatchewan’s highest court after losing its bid to get inside information on mineral rights applications in a wide swath of Saskatchewan. A Court of Queen’s Bench Justice concluded George Gordon First Nation was trying to get the “jump” on potash companies, but the lawyer representing the […]

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COVID-19: A north-south divide emerges in fight against virus – Saskatoon StarPhoenix

A COVID-19 outbreak in Saskatchewan’s northwest has created a geographic and practical divide in the province’s fight against the virus. As of Thursday, Saskatchewan has 196 known active COVID-19 cases, more than at any other point of the pandemic. More than 70 per cent of them — 138 as of Wednesday — are in La […]

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Funeral for COVID-19 victim in La Loche, Sask., sparks concern about public gatherings – CBC

May 07, 2020 Woman upset more than 10 people attended her mother’s funeral as northern outbreak continues The funeral for an elder who died of COVID-19 complications in La Loche has touched off a concern about public gatherings in northwest Saskatchewan — just as the region grapples with the largest of the province’s many outbreaks. […]

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