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Making drinking water safer for First Nations communities – PA Daily Herald

December 16, 2014 Leaving Tuesday’s Prince Albert Model Forest board meeting with optimism, Katherine Finn hopes to see greater protection of communities’ drinking water. As manager of the North Saskatchewan River Basin Council, Finn’s well-received presentation lit a spark among board members — its membership comprised of representatives from various organizations related to the forest […]

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Aboriginal student centre set for completion in 2015 – StarPhoenix

December 16, 2014 Sitting between the Arts Tower and the Murray Library on the University of Saskatchewan campus, a spiralling edifice, the vision of famed aboriginal architect Douglas Cardinal, is slowly rising from the ground. The 1,884-square-metre building is the Gordon Oakes-Red Bear Student Centre, home to the Indigenous Students’ Council and the Aboriginal Students’ […]

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Tears of joy as bison return to a Saskatchewan First Nation – CBC

Dec 16, 2014 Peepeekisis First Nation is now home to 20 bison It was an emotional scene at Peepeekisis Cree Nation in Saskatchewan earlier this month when 20 bison emerged from trailers and bounded onto the snow-covered prairie. There was no hesitation as they thundered across the ground. It was as if they knew they were finally home. […]

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 2014499 Views

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Resource revenue sharing ‘not going away’ – Regina Leader-Post

December 15, 2014 The Saskatchewan government should join the growing number of other provinces and consider sharing natural resource revenue with First Nations, say experts. “How do you reconcile if you don’t share the resources?” said Vancouver lawyer Tom Isaac, author of Aboriginal Law: Commentary, Cases and Materials. Isaac, a University of Saskatchewan law graduate […]

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Valcourt looks to strike local aboriginal education deals – Regina Leader-Post

December 13, 2014 In the absence of a national system to reform First Nations education, the federal government is holding discussions with individual indigenous leaders to strike agreements for their communities. The Conservative put its reform legislation, Bill C-33, on ice this year when it was opposed by the Assembly of First Nations. But in […]

by pmnationtalk on December 15, 2014539 Views

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Regina man Simon Ash-Moccasin says he’s victim of racial profiling – CBC

Dec 12, 2014 Aboriginal man says police wrongly believed he was a crook, used excessive force A First Nations man says he was racially profiled and roughed up this week by Regina police — and he’s not going to let it go. Simon Ash-Moccasin has filed a formal complaint about the incident. Moccasin says he was walking […]

by pmnationtalk on December 15, 2014618 Views

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‘White man’ insult hurled at Cree MP by Cree senator – StarPhoenix

December 12, 2014 A First Nations transparency bill that was before the Senate Thursday has attracted new controversy after a Senate Liberal accused the Conservative MP behind the legislation of acting like a “white man.” Both parliamentarians come from Saskatchewan and both are Cree. Conservative MP Rob Clarke is now calling on Senate Liberal Lillian […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 20149174 Views

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Bellegarde’s job a balancing act – StarPhoenix

December 12, 2014 Perry Bellegarde brings plenty of skills and qualifications to the job he has long sought, but as the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations his resolve will be tested often in a position aptly described as the worst in politics in Canada. Essentially, Chief Bellegarde is now spokesperson for […]

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Aboriginal employee numbers stagnant at City of Regina – Regina Leader-Post

December 12, 2014 REGINA — The number of aboriginal employees working for the City of Regina has not changed more than a year after Mayor Michael Fougere said increasing its aboriginal employees was a priority. “We are still at about 7.7 per cent,” said Pat Gartner, director of Human Resources for the city. “We have […]

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Interim chief takes over at Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 11, 2014 By CKOM THE CANADIAN PRESS SASKATOON _ The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations has an interim chief. Chief Kimberly Jonathan will lead the group until a new chief is elected at an assembly in October 2015. Jonathan took over after former FSIN Chief Perry Bellegarde was voted national chief of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 2014481 Views

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