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Do something’: Liberals faced angry backlash over Colten Boushie case – CBC

Letters, emails demanded government take steps to address a ‘gross miscarriage of justice’ May 11, 2018 Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould faced a flood of correspondence from Canadians imploring the Liberal government to act in the wake of a Saskatchewan farmer’s acquittal in the shooting death of Colten Boushie. Wilson-Raybould received hundreds of letters and emails […]

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Legal news Roundup – May 10, 2018 – Canadian Lawyer

Canada Man accused in Toronto van attack to appear in court this morning, Canadian Press Investigation clears Green Party leader Elizabeth May of workplace harassment, Toronto Star Missing, murdered Indigenous women inquiry lags in repaying counselling costs, Globe and Mail Read More: http://www.canadianlawyermag.com/legalfeeds/author/patricia-cancilla/legal-news-roundup-may-10-2018-15714/

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Hearing on $875M Sixties Scoop compensation plan begins Thursday in Saskatoon – CBC

Event moved from courthouse to pair of hotel ballrooms to accommodate expected crowd May 10, 2018 Opponents and supporters of a proposed $875-million settlement for Sixties Scoop survivors will make their cases to a federal court judge in Saskatoon Thursday. As of Tuesday, more than 150 people had filed opinions with the Federal Court of […]

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Team Sask. honours Colten Boushie, Humboldt Broncos at Hockey Championships – paNOW

The National Aboriginal Hockey Championships are underway in Nova Scotia and players from Team Saskatchewan are honouring their province for the duration of the tournament. Players are wearing a “CB” sticker on their helmets honouring the Boushie family, and are wrapping themselves in a Humboldt Broncos flag while they say prayers before each game. Ken […]

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OTC provides safe space for Reconciliation – OTC-SK

In a recent Reconciliation forum held as part of the premier Atamiskakewak National Gathering, the Office of the Treaty Commission (OTC) has reassured persons across the province and by extension Canada, that it has created a safe space for Reconciliation. Atamiskakewak National Gathering was a week-long conference filled with activities, of which Reconciliation was a […]

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Video: Up Front episode focuses on the challenges Indigenous athletes face in sports – StarPhoenix

May 9, 2018 ‘I didn’t expect that a lot of the racism I was going to face was going to come from my own teammates.’ — Craig McCallum Up Front is a collaboration between the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Shaw TV. This episode — with StarPhoenix sports editor Kevin Mitchell, basketball player Michael Linklater, who will […]

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Class action alleges medical experiments on Indigenous patients – Regina Leader-Post

Patients allegedly subjected to drug tests without consent and outdated care — including man who allegedly had part of lung removed for ‘no reason’ A class action lawsuit filed last week blames the federal government for medical experiments allegedly performed on Indigenous people without their consent. Launched in Regina by Tony Merchant, the lawsuit also […]

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SCA, SITT come together to increase Indigenous trades employment – Daily Commercial News

May 9, 2018 Saskatchewan’s construction industry is joining forces with educators to bring more Indigenous people into long-term employment in the trades. The Saskatchewan Construction Association (SCA) previously had a job coach contract position paid for by the federal government through the Skills Link Employment Program, but funding was limited, explained SCA president Mark Cooper. […]

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Local teacher recognized by Prime Minister – paNOW

A teacher from Mistawasis First Nation has received national recognition for her outstanding work in the classroom. Denise Desjardins, who teaches Grades 1 and 2 at Mistawasis Nêhiyawak School has received the Prime Minister’s certificate of achievement. “I’m very honoured and the news is still sinking in,” she said. “It’s all so surreal.” Desjardins, who […]

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Saskatchewan seeks intervener status in B.C. Trans Mountain pipeline case – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 9, 2018 REGINA _ Saskatchewan is seeking intervener status in British Columbia’s reference case over the flow of heavy oil through that province. Attorney General Don Morgan says Saskatchewan is dismayed that the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion continues to be held up by unreasonable delays. The case before the B.C. Court of […]

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