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Legacy lives on at the First Nations University powwow – CBC

Apr 11, 2015 Chasity Delorme reflects on the memory of elder Lilly Daniels as the spring powwow gets underway The First Nations University of Canada’s annual Spring Celebration Powwow holds a special significance this year for many dancers in the Regina community. Chasity Delorme, a committee member with the spring powwow, says she has “huge moccasins to fill.” […]

by ahnationtalk on April 13, 2015266 Views

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Special Report – Police probe Clayton Eichler’s possible connection to Kim Cruickshank’s disappearance – CBC

Apr 09, 2015 27-year-old missing Regina woman knew the accused killer, babysat his son Regina police have confirmed to CBC’s iTeam that accused murderer Clayton Eichler knew missing Regina woman Kim Cruickshank. Sgt. Shane Riddell, the lead investigator on Eichler’s case, said “it would be negligent on our part if we didn’t explore the possibility […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 2015312 Views

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E. coli flowing downstream from Regina raises concern – StarPhoenix

‘Minimal impact’ expected April 9, 2015 People living downstream of Regina are frustrated with the city sending trouble their way. Residents of the communities around the Calling Lakes and 11 First Nations in the area see last week’s announcement of heightened E. coli levels as yet another blow to a polluted water system. “It’s a […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 2015282 Views

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Campus ‘calm’ says U of S president in state of university address – CBC

Apr 08, 2015 Interim president Gordon Barnhart surveys scene half a year after TransformUS scrapped More than half a year has passed since the University of Saskatchewan officially scrapped its controversial cost-cutting plan TransformUS, and replaced it with a pared down list of eight priorities. “People have described the campus as calm,” interim president Gordon […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 2015285 Views

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Special Report – Raising a daughter in a world of the missing and murdered – CBC

Apr 08, 2015 Single mom Brandy Maxie knows her children face risks because of their race Everything Brandy Maxie does now is to save her children from the rough adolescence she had. “I was victimized in ways I wouldn’t wish upon my daughter, I wouldn’t wish upon anybody else,” she said. Maxie was 15 when […]

by ahnationtalk on April 8, 2015275 Views

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Métis Nation President Robert Doucette welcomes judge’s ruling – CBC

Apr 07, 2015 Hopes holding legislative assembly will lead to restoration of federal funding The President of the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (MN-S) is celebrating a judge’s decision ordering the group to meet by this summer. In a written decision, Justice Brian Scherman said the MN-S must hold a legislative assembly on or before June 19th. Aboriginal Affairs has frozen any […]

by ahnationtalk on April 8, 2015345 Views

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Teaching teachers phys ed – Words USask

April 7, 2015 There is much more to physical education than dodgeball, knee-high socks and that dreaded climbing rope, according to education professor Brenda Kalyn. Her class, Methods in Elementary Physical Education, teaches students to take an experiential, holistic approach to elementary-level physical education instruction. The focus is on the whole child and includes progressive […]

by ahnationtalk on April 7, 2015365 Views

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Opinion – Stopping the violence against missing, murdered women starts with you – CBC

Some concrete steps everyone can take to prevent further tragedies Apr 06, 2015 With all the recent attention being given to missing and murdered aboriginal women, many people are asking the question: How do we prevent more of our women from going missing and becoming victims of violence? Prevention begins with you, the individual. No […]

by ahnationtalk on April 7, 2015323 Views

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Melanie Dawn Geddes case remains unsolved – CBC

Apr 06, 2015 Exploring the story of missing indigenous woman Melanie Geddes — a mother, daughter and sister For 10 years, Melanie Dawn Geddes’ children have wondered what happened to their mom. It’s a question that has become part of their daily lives and one to which they really want an answer. If it could be […]

by ahnationtalk on April 7, 2015382 Views

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Inquest begins into killing of six-year-old boy on Saskatchewan reserve – 680 News

Apr 6, 2015 REGINA – An inquest is to begin today into the killing of a six-year-old boy by an older child on a reserve in southern Saskatchewan. Lee Bonneau was found with head injuries in a wooded area on the Kahkewistahaw (kack-ah-WISH’-tah-haw) reserve in 2013. He was last seen walking with an older boy […]

by ahnationtalk on April 6, 2015402 Views

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