’60s Scoop victims speak out

by Phil Ambroziak Some things are worth waiting for. At least that’s how the close to 15 First Nations and Métis citizens who attended a special sharing circle in Meadow Lake Saturday feel about the provi...

Dene language celebrated

by Phil Ambroziak No matter what language they’re written in, the books of renowned children’s author Robert Munsch continue to enlighten and entertain. That’s how the staff at Clearwater River Dene Natio...

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...

NORTEP raising northern spirits

by Derek Cornet Deep roots in history The wheels of time have taken a sharp turn in northern Saskatchewan. “If you really want something, you make it work no matter what,” said third-year Northern Teac...

Green Lake supports healing lodge

by Phil Ambroziak The former seniors’ lodge in Green Lake may not remain vacant for much longer. Recently, Green Lake village council approved a proposal from the Saskatoon-based Camponi Housing Corporati...

Fun and learning go hand-in-hand

Camping in Saskatchewan’s northwest or even a simple day trip to the lake are undoubtedly some of the many highlights of living in this part of the province. However, while such outings by their very essence...

Reserve on the right track

By creating links to the past, you’re also building a bridge to the future. This is something the current leadership at Canoe Lake Cree Nation has come to both understand and appreciate, evidenced by the rec...

The Conversation

After a landslide victory during the 2016 provincial election, New Democratic Party Cumberland MLA Doyle Vermette is ready to get back to business for a third term. Recently, Doyle spoke with Northern Pride abo...

World AIDS Day observed

by Phil Ambroziak Actor Charlie Sheen made international headlines recently when he announced he’s HIV positive. However, HIV/AIDS is a disease that affects people from all walks of life and in all parts of ...