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Opinion: Wall slow to respond to report – Regina Leader-Post

June 9, 2015 Incredibly, it took the Saskatchewan government three full days to respond to the release of Justice Murray Sinclair’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s summary report, and then only in the most general of terms concerning an issue that profoundly affects the province’s social and economic well-being now and long into the future. “We […]

by ahnationtalk on June 10, 2015459 Views

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Just what was said: Words of wisdom from this year’s honorary degree recipients – uregina.ca

June 7, 2015 Wednesday, June 3, 2015 – Donald Black, Regina businessman, who led Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Pioneer Life Insurance, and Greystone Capital Management: “Bask in the glow of your achievement. Be sure to thank your family for helping you to get here. Take a breather, celebrate your accomplishment and enjoy your day. You have […]

by pmnationtalk on June 8, 2015503 Views

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Just what was said: Words of wisdom from this year’s honorary degree recipients – uregina.ca

June 7, 2015 Wednesday, June 3, 2015 – Donald Black, Regina businessman, who led Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Pioneer Life Insurance, and Greystone Capital Management: “Bask in the glow of your achievement. Be sure to thank your family for helping you to get here. Take a breather, celebrate your accomplishment and enjoy your day. You have […]

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Truth and Reconciliation commentary – Words.USask

June 5, 2015 As the events of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada come to a close, Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin used the term “cultural genocide” to describe the treatment of Canada’s Aboriginal people during the time of residential schools. It is an appropriate term, said Jim Miller, Canada Research Chair in […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 2015478 Views

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What exactly has Harper accomplished? – StarPhoenix

June 8, 2015 Brian Mulroney has an idea for Senate reform. And maybe it won’t work. Maybe it doesn’t go far enough. Maybe, given the hurricane of opprobrium about to befall Ottawa with the release Tuesday of auditor general Michael Ferguson’s examination of Senate spending, it’s too late to salvage the Red Chamber at all. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 2015467 Views

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confederation College Graduates 1450 Students – Net Newsledger

June 8, 2015 Brian Mulroney has an idea for Senate reform. And maybe it won’t work. Maybe it doesn’t go far enough. Maybe, given the hurricane of opprobrium about to befall Ottawa with the release Tuesday of auditor general Michael Ferguson’s examination of Senate spending, it’s too late to salvage the Red Chamber at all. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 2015449 Views

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Mandryk: We all must see the truths of TRC – StarPhoenix

June 5, 2015 Speaking to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) a year ago, Elder Dave Courchene posed a critical question: “When you talk about truth, whose truth are you talking about?” In the TRC’s summary report, released Tuesday, its chair, Justice Murray Sinclair, defined truth as “not only the truth revealed in government and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 2015454 Views

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HIV rates on Sask. reserves higher than some African nations – CBC

Jun 03, 2015 Saskatchewan on-reserve HIV epidemic ‘a real Canadian crisis,’ says expert An infectious disease specialist says the soaring rates of HIV on Saskatchewan First Nations are “shocking” and “a real Canadian crisis.” CBC’s iTeam has learned the rate of new HIV infections on Saskatchewan reserves is 11 times higher than the national rate. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 3, 2015520 Views

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Chinese company considering potash mine near Strasbourg – News Talk 650

May 31, 2015 Construction could begin next year, operational by 2020 Saskatchewan is already well known for its potash mining and now another massive, multi-billion dollar project could soon be developed north of Regina. Chinese-based Yancoal has been exploring and studying a potential site about halfway between Southey and Strasbourg. The company recently carried on […]

by ahnationtalk on June 3, 2015493 Views

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Saskatoon residents react to TRC recommendations – Global News

SASKATOON – The scars of residential school run deep for Helen Isbister, who was taken from her parents at the age of 6 in the 1930’s. “I had re-learn my culture, which was very difficult, I suffered through identify crisis,” said Isbister. Related “They shouldn’t have taken us away like that, as children.” Isbister was […]

by pmnationtalk on June 3, 2015410 Views

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