New SIIT program a hit

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) isn’t afraid to build opportunities for its people. Recently, nine students from most of the MLTC bands completed a first-ever heavy equipment opera...

Women’s shelter breaks ground

by Phil Ambroziak The federal and provincial governments, along with the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC), are teaming up to assist victims of domestic violence. Friday afternoon marked the date for the ...

Healing journey continues

by Terry Villeneuve A helping hand has been extended to residential school survivors from Saskatchewan’s northwest. First Nations residents affected by their time at residential schools and by the ’60s Sc...

New MLTC vice-chief

By Derek Cornet Larry Iron of Canoe Lake Cree Nation has been declared the vice-chief of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council. During the election held today (Nov. 15) in Saskatoon, Iron received 26 out of 49 v...

Lumber duties hit hard

by Phil Ambroziak “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” Al Balisky, president of Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) Industrial Investments – the company that oversees NorSask Forest Products – may no...

Shooter scenario on target

by Derek Cornet It’s best to be prepared for any situation. That was the message behind a fake active shooter scenario that occurred on Halloween (Oct. 31) at the Meadow Lake Tribal Council and Flying Dus...

NorSask returning to capacity

by Phil Ambroziak NorSask Forest Products is beginning to bloom once again, but not without the loss of a few branches here and there. According to Al Balisky, president of Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLT...

The Conversation

A Manta Ray Swim Club coach for the past seven years, Tammy Shakotko has a long history in the sport. Recently, she spoke to Northern Pride about the club’s recent Skills and Thrills Fun Meet, her love for swim...

Big night for hometown athletes

by Phil Ambroziak It was a homecoming to remember for Meadow Lake’s Dylan Esau. The 15-year-old forward with the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League’s Battlefords Stars was back in town Dec. 1 for the a...

The Conversation

It has been a whirlwind couple of months for Flying Dust recreation director Eric Gladue, who is dedicated and committed to both his profession and his family. Recently, Northern Pride spoke with Eric about his...