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Our communities are in grief’: Sask. First Nations battle ongoing opioid crisis – CBC

May 29, 2024 Reserves in Touchwood Hills area look for solutions in ongoing opioid crisis Jeromy Desjarlais’s home on the Muskowekwan First Nation has become the spot people in the community go when they need a naloxone kit. The kits, which contain two doses of naloxone, two nasal misters and directions on appropriate use, are used […]

by ahnationtalk on May 29, 202425 Views

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Why one doctor is calling for more Indigenous supports in Sask. hospitals – CTV News

May 28, 2024 The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has First Nations and Metis Health Services available directly in Saskatchewan’s major cities, but Saskatchewan doctors hope to see access expanded. Dr. John Dosman, a family doctor based out of Saskatoon, brought up the topic at the Saskatchewan Medical Association’s (SMA) recent convention during a question and […]

by ahnationtalk on May 28, 202421 Views

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Good Spirit School Division report exposes education gap for Indigenous students – The Star Phoenix

May 26, 2024 “We understand that we need to do things differently. The Western way of educating needs to be adapted,” said Quintin Robertson, Good Spirit School Division director of education. Students of Indigenous ancestry have long been underachieving because of the inadequate systems that have been put into place, acknowledged Quintin Robertson, director of […]

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 202418 Views

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Sask government working to honour treaty obligations – Sask Today

Treaty land entitlement transfer of mineral rights for Cowessess First Nation. REGINA — Nearly 195 hectares (480 acres) of Crown mineral rights will be transferred to Cowessess First Nation under the Cowessess Treaty Land Entitlement (TLE) Settlement Agreement. Acquiring new reserve lands through successful TLE agreements supports community growth and traditional land use, according to […]

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 202428 Views

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Métis Local 51 Reaching Out to All Youth – Prince Albert Daily Herald

May 23, 2024 Youth Development Through Horse is an event hosted by Métis Local #51 & Lazy Eight Acres, owned, and operated by Métis Citizens Ryan and Crystal Williams, on June 22, 2024, and is open to all youth, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Twenty-five young people aged 16 years and under, will have the opportunity to […]

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 202414 Views

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Northlands, USask partner to bring MSs in Energy Security to Northern SK learners – Academica

May 22, 2024 Northlands College is partnering with the University of Saskatchewan to bring USask’s Master of Sustainability (MSs) in Energy Security program to learners in remote and Indigenous communities. Under this partnership, Northlands will offer the MSs in Energy Security to provide students in northern Saskatchewan with the necessary knowledge and skills to lead […]

by ahnationtalk on May 22, 202424 Views

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Broad Support for Saskatoon’s Affordable Housing Plan, But Landlord Group Offers Warning – Rental Housing Business

May 21, 2024 An affordable housing program with faults is better than no program at all, a city hall committee heard while discussing how Saskatoon will distribute $41.3 million from Ottawa’s housing accelerator fund. “No funding formula is perfect. We’ll take what we can get,” said Angela Bishop, board chair of the Camponi Housing Corporation, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 21, 202423 Views

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Touchwood First Nations address overdose deaths at public meeting – CTV News

May 21, 2024 Close to 200 people showed up at the Muskowekwan Bingo Hall on Monday to address the weekly drug-related deaths casting a shadow on their communities. “I know communities have been making efforts on their own, but we feel a combined effort [is needed], in regards to the drug trafficking and supplying drugs […]

by ahnationtalk on May 21, 202429 Views

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Ceremony saved my life’: Ochapowace First Nation man healing through culture and dance – CBC

May 20, 2024 Ivan Isaac from Ochapowace First Nation says he’s healing through culture and dancing powwow. This year, he’ll be initiated into the powwow circle in his home nation of Ochapowace First Nation, in southeastern Saskatchewan. (Submitted by Ivan Isaac) Ivan Isaac is healing from trauma and improving his mental health through powwow dancing […]

by ahnationtalk on May 20, 202431 Views

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Concerns arise that P.A. won’t be eligible for expanded loan forgiveness program – Meadow Lake Now

May 20, 2024 There is concern that a student loan forgiveness program for social care workers and other professionals won’t be coming to Prince Albert. As part of the 2024 Federal Budget, released on April 16, the Liberal Government announced it would be expanding the Student Loan Forgiveness Program to several health care professions in […]

by ahnationtalk on May 20, 202424 Views

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