Students embrace culture

by Phil Ambroziak True learning goes well beyond the classroom. That’s something students at both Kopahawakenum School on Flying Dust First Nation and Meadow Lake’s Gateway Elementary School came to understa...

Boarding school toppled

by Derek Cornet The last structure of the Ile-a-la Crosse boarding school fell to the ground Feb. 22 to no longer serve as a reminder of the village’s horrific past. “We as a community needed to take a st...

The Conversation

As Meadow Lake’s city clerk, Jessica Walters has a lot of responsibility on her hands. Recently, Jessica spoke with Northern Pride about her role at city hall, her hobbies and her family roots. Q: What are y...

Broncos win Game 1

by Phil Ambroziak Whether or not the Sandy Lake Chiefs will meet the Meadow Lake Broncos in this year’s Beaver Lakes Hockey League final could be determined as early as this weekend. First, however, the B...

Moving beyond the classroom

Learning should never be confined to the classroom. That’s a notion staff at Kopahawakenum School on Flying Dust First Nation clearly understand, as evidenced by a recent cultural camp that saw students acco...

Drug, weapons charges laid

As a result of the simultaneous CDSA search warrants yesterday (Feb. 16) in Meadow Lake, seven people were arrested. Several minor charges of marijuana possession were laid against several of the subjects, w...

Controlled substances seized

As part of an ongoing and long-term investigation into drug trafficking led by Cst. Khen Wilkins, Meadow Lake RCMP assisted by Pierceland, Beauval, Green Lake, and Loon Lake members, executed simultaneous searc...

Playground fundraiser a hit

by Derek Cornet Close to $17,000 was raised for a new playground in Loon Lake Feb. 11 at a heavily supported steak supper fundraiser. The event – hosted at the Loon Lake Recreation Centre – was a sellout ...

The Conversation

At 77 years of age, Meadow Lake resident John Michael doesn’t show any signs of slowing down any time soon. Recently, John spoke with Northern Pride about his career, life in the residential school system and t...

CHS wrestlers hone skills

by Phil Ambroziak Members of the Carpenter High School wrestling team were able to grapple their way to the top when they travelled to Moose Jaw for a tournament Feb. 10 and 11. “Bailey Flanagan and Cody ...