Rediscovered archival pictures reveal First Nations past

Andrew Miller was looking for a book in Saulteaux in the basement of First Nations University of Canada when he stumbled across a box...

Rising Bear to treat diseases in cultural way

The Pasikow Muskwa Rising Bear Healing Centre at All Nations Healing Hospital will ensure residents requiring kidney dialysis receive treatment in a culturally appropriate...

Precious gifts given, received

It’s September. The time has come for the Treaty Four Gathering to take place. People have come to this site from communities throughout the massive territory...

Mother provides voice for her murdered daughter

Gwen Yuzicappi became emotional several times while discussing the death of her only daughter, Amber Redman, but knew she had to be the voice...

MMIWG process should be informal: commissioner

The inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) should be informal and culturally appropriate, says one of the inquiry’s commissioners. Brian Eyolfson...

Aboriginal literacy party of Treaty 4 activities

Péyak, niso, nisto; one, two, three. Students from Fort Qu’Appelle and area schools learned how to count in Cree, along with Saulteaux, Nakota, Dakota and...

Drunk dad puts kids at risk in car crash

A two-time convicted drunk driver was at the scene of a car crash in July. He was arrested by police and charged with impaired...

Man breaches order days after judge grants him leniency

A Fort Qu’Appelle judge allowed a man to serve his sentence in his community rather than go to jail, but the man would not...

Towns receive $1.5 million in gas taxes

The federal government has delivered the first of two $29.5-million Gas Tax Fund installments to Saskatchewan for the 2017-18 fiscal year, allowing municipalities to...

Lebret Restaurant offers East Indian selections

The Dhanjus keep it all in the family when it comes to business. Amarjit Dhanju and his family recently bought the Lebret Restaurant &...

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