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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...

Northerners willing to fight back

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by Phil Ambroziak It’s time to change the rules. That was the key message shared during a special meeting held Saturday (Feb. 8) at the Buffalo Narrows Friendship Centre where close...

Cole Bay mayor redeemed

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by Phil Ambroziak “I look forward to continuing to serve the community of Cole Bay.” And that is exactly what Nadine Couillonneur plans to do now that her position as Cole...

GDI names Order of Gabriel Dumont appointees

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by Phil Ambroziak Glenn Lafleur has dedicated his life to bettering educational opportunities for Saskatchewan’s Métis people and his efforts have not gone unrecognized. The former Beauval resident is one of...

New CSO for FDFN

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Delbert Aubichon is ready to lay down the law. The 34-year-old Flying Dust First Nations member was officially sworn in as the reserve’s first-ever community safety officer (CSO) during a ceremony held Tuesday (Jan....

New chief for ERFN

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by Phil Ambroziak As far as they’re concerned, the Bernard family has made history. Jerry Bernard, the husband of Waterhen Lake First Nation chief Carol Bernard, was recently elected chief of...

Mayor in court over conflict of interest

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by Phil Ambroziak The future of Cole Bay’s municipal council is now in the hands of a provincial court judge. Judge Lloyd Stang is expected to deliver a verdict some...

Anti-gang walk attracts 300-plus

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by Phil Ambroziak If the people of Loon Lake, Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation and the RCMP didn’t already have local gang members seeing red, they certainly do now. More than 300...

Highway 903 washed out

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by Phil Ambroziak Travellers to and from Canoe Lake Cree First Nation these days need just that – a canoe. Highway 903 at Devil’s Creek is currently closed after heavy rains this past week caused the water to rise to unprecedented...