Land sharing sign - Mary Smillie and Ian McCreary post the first Treaty Land Sharing Network sign at their farm in Bladworth, SK, accompanied by Treaty Commissioner Mary Culbertson and Bradley Desjarlais from the Anishnabek Nation Treaty Authority.

By Shari Narine, Local JournalismInitiative Reporter As the province of Saskatchewan verges on making land less accessible to Indigenous hunters and gatherers through pending trespassing legislation, a group of farmers and ranchers are acting as a “counterpoint.”“It’s really, really amazing,” said Bradley Desjarlais, who is a member of the Anishnabek Nation Treaty Authority.He admits, however, […]

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