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Chief warns about fake crowdfunding campaigns in wake of forest fires – StarPhoenix

July 7, 2015 The leader of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) is warning people not to be fooled by fake crowdfunding campaigns that claim to be supporting evacuees from Saskatchewan’s north. Interim Chief Kimberly Jonathan said officials are aware of phony crowfunding sites cropping up in the wake of massive forest fire evacuations. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015140 Views

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First Nations education issues discussed at conference – Moose Jaw Times-Herald

July 07, 2015 Ideas about how to employ lessons learned from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission were shared at last week’s Canadian School Boards Association conference in Saskatoon. Prairie South trustee Jan Radwanski attended the conference with four other people from Moose Jaw and area school boards, including Ron Gleim and Lew Young from the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015289 Views

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Saskatchewan wildfires: Here comes the army – CBC

Jul 07, 2015 More than 100 wildfires burning in province’s north as members of 3rd Canadian division arrive Hundreds of soldiers have joined the fight against Saskatchewan forest fires. Canadian Forces members with the 3rd Canadian division were streaming into Prince Albert on Monday and will be at the centre of the action in the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 7, 2015303 Views

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Wanuskewin opens its doors to evacuees – CBC

Jul 07, 2015 The Red Cross will bus 150 people to the park today Wanuskewin Heritage Park will open its doors today to people who are waiting out forest fires in Saskatoon. Irene Elliott is the sales and event coordinator for the park. She helped organize the idea after receiving a phone call from a […]

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Former PM Paul Martin says Canadian economy likely in recession – Regina Leader-Post

July 7, 2015 REGINA — With the economy posting negative growth in the first four months of the year, some economists say Canada is heading into a recession. But Finance Minister Joe Oliver says the country is still on course to post two per cent GDP growth in 2015.So is Canada entering a recession and, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 7, 2015246 Views

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Unprecedented’ wildfires force out 13,000 Sask. evacuees – CBC

Jul 06, 2015 Biggest ever exodus of its kind in Saskatchewan, Red Cross says In what’s being dubbed the biggest evacuation effort in Saskatchewan’s history, Premier Brad Wall said the number of evacuees affected by raging wildfires in the province’s northern regions is “unprecedented.” “This particular fire event is different for our province just because […]

by ahnationtalk on July 7, 2015155 Views

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Tired, running around like crazy,’ volunteer in Saskatoon helping forest fire evacuees – CBC

Leanne Iron has been in Saskatoon for close to a week driving around evacuees Jul 06, 2015 Leanne Iron is exhausted and missing her home in Canoe Lake. But she has been doing her best to help out others who had to leave their homes because of forest fires. After a week of staying in […]

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School boards crucial to aboriginal education, Paul Martin says – StarPhoenix

July 6, 2015 Local school boards can play a crucial role in helping improve aboriginal education, which in turn can help Canada be competitive internationally, former prime minister Paul Martin said Saturday at the Canadian School Boards Association annual conference in Saskatoon. Martin, who founded the Martin Aboriginal Educational Initiative, spoke to reporters after his […]

by ahnationtalk on July 6, 2015234 Views

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RezX hits the small screen – Regina Leader-Post

July 6, 2015 Chris Ross and his RezX brand are branching out. Ross, who started RezX magazine in 2004, is the brainchild behind a new television show coming to Access, called RezX. “I’ve always wanted to get into film and video production, and I thought this was a perfect time to do it,” said Ross. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 6, 2015191 Views

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A Sask. First Nation success story – Regina Leader-Post

July 6, 2015 A small First Nations community called Whitecap Dakota, located just outside of Saskatoon, had a lot to celebrate last National Aboriginal Day. Whitecap Dakota describes itself as a modern and progressive First Nation with a proud culture and a strong sense of community. It has 630 members, of whom 47 per cent […]

by ahnationtalk on July 6, 2015334 Views

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