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Regina high school students collaborate with Indigenous-owned cosmetics firm for class – CBC

Jun 07, 2022 Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics provides products for makeover project Students at Campus Regina Public high school got some real-life experience at what it takes to produce a professional fashion/cosmetics photo shoot for a social media marketing campaign. The students in the Grade 11 and 12 cosmetology class teamed up with Cheekbone Beauty Cosmetics for […]

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Sturgeon Lake business owner, supporter of Indigenous hockey culture featured on Hockey Night in Canada – northeastNOW

Jun 6, 2022 If you were watching the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast Tuesday night between the Calgary Flames and the San Jose Sharks, chances are you probably saw a Sportsnet feature on Sturgeon Lake’s Harlan Kingfisher talking about his clothing brand Smudge the Blades. Kingfisher received a message from Hockey Night in Canada who […]

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Métis Nation and Sturgeon Lake join Prince Albert alliance – larongeNOW

Jun 6, 2022 The Prince Albert regional economic alliance grew today with the signatures of the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan and the Sturgeon Lake First Nation on a new three-year agreement. Representatives from both groups say they joined for the economic opportunities. For Glen McCallum, president of the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan, citizens are looking […]

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Sagkeeng First Nation finds 190 radar anomalies at residential school site – CBC

The search of a former Manitoba residential school site has unearthed what the chief of the First Nation describes as “anomalies” that could be unmarked burial sites, though their true nature remains unclear. Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2040585795640

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HIV surge a setback for Saskatchewan First Nations – The Star Phoenix

Jun 05, 2022 Saskatchewan First Nations were internationally recognized for containing and treating HIV. Then the pandemic delivered a massive setback. COVID-19 has dealt a painful setback to Saskatchewan First Nations in a years-long battle with HIV. Before the pandemic, Dr. Ibrahim Khan said First Nations in the province were recognized internationally for expanding testing, […]

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National Indigenous History Month and Peoples Day – larongeNOW

Jun 5, 2022 Pattison Media in Saskatchewan is joining the rest of the country in celebrating National Indigenous History Month – an opportunity to recognize First Nations, Inuit and Métis people’s history, culture, and contributions to Canada. Following the discovery of unmarked graves at former Residential School sites in Saskatchewan and British Columbia, acknowledging and […]

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Bringing awareness to Indigenous land – northeastNOW

Jun 5, 2022 You’ve heard about them lots and likely sat through an event where they were acknowledged. But how much do you actually know about the Treaties that exist in Saskatchewan? To start this journey through the importance of Treaties, let’s ask the first question: What are they? According to the Ministry for Crown-Indigenous […]

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Gang violence, drug activity cause northern First Nation to declare state of emergency – Prince Albert Daily Herald

A Saskatchewan First Nation is calling a State of Emergency due to a rise in gang and drug activity. The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is calling on the government to provide support to the Buffalo River Dene Nation (BRDN) as the community’s leadership and the RCMP work on solutions to improve public safety. […]

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U of Sask. professor whose Indigenous identity was questioned resigns – APTN News

June 02, 2022 A University of Saskatchewan professor whose Indigenous identity was called into question has resigned. The university announced on Wednesday that Dr. Carrie Bourassa was no longer with the university, effective immediately. Read More: https://www.aptnnews.ca/videos/u-of-sask-professor-whose-indigenous-identity-was-questioned-resigns/

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Dangerous offender hearing highlights disproportionate harm on Indigenous people, say advocates – CBC

Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation man representing himself at hearing Jun 03, 2022 A hearing in Regina that could label an Indigenous man a dangerous offender and possibly imprison him indefinitely wraps up next week. Ryan Saulteaux, 45, from Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation, has been on remand since 2013 and will be representing himself […]

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