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Hockey players back on ice at Flying Dust

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Young hockey players are once again on the ice at PineRidge Ford Place on Flying Dust First Nation.After closing prematurely this spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rink is once again in use thanks to the...

Flying Dust security team in high demand

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Flying Dust Security Inc. has increased its presence both on and off the reserve. According to security manager Darren Lachance, the company has been in much demand recently especially when it comes to efforts...

Security measures

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Extra security measures have recently been implemented at each roadway entering Flying Dust First Nation to reduce the risk and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus into the community. According to security worker Terrance Bear, reserve...

Q&A with Sheila Mirasty

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Sheila Mirasty Tell me about your role at Flying Dust First Nation.As health director my role consists of leadership, strategic planning, reporting and compliance, policy and regulation, budgets and proposals. Communication also plays...

Story of Joanne Derocher

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Originally from the Poundmaker First Nation near North Battleford, Joanne Derocher married Richard Derocher and into the Flying Dust First Nation 26 years ago. She began her association with MLTC first as a student...

Schools develop in-home curriculum

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Schools throughout Saskatchewan have not forgotten about their students. That’s the message being shared as aclearer picture of how the 2019-20 school year will play out begins to take shape.According to Chris Bruce, a...

Minor hockey teams receive donation

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Clay Debray understands the importance of giving back to the community. Recently, Debray – manager of PineRidge Ford Place on Flying Dust First Nation as well as the onsite Snipe and Celly Pro Shop...

Mirasty leads Broncos

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The Meadow Lake Broncos aren’t ready to give up on a SaskAlta Hockey League championship just yet. After dropping the first two games in their playoff series against the Hillmond Hitmen Feb. 14 and...

Hockey player makes Top 80 tourney

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by Phil Ambroziak Recently, Jerome Norman of Flying Dust First Nation was selected to compete in the SaskFirst Bantam Top 80 tournament this February. He is one of only 48 forwards chosen to be...

Who is Clarence Campeau?

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Clarence Campeau was born in 1947 into a family of 11 and grew up living along a road allowance near Algrove, just north of the community of Archerwill in northeast Saskatchewan. When the provincial government decided to...