MP’s bill amended

by Phil Ambroziak National Indigenous Peoples Day will not become a statutory holiday any time soon, but that doesn’t mean Georgina Jolibois has given up on a cause near and dear to her heart. The Desnet...

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...

Survivors meet minister

by Derek Cornet It was a momentous occasion for survivors of the Ile-a-la Crosse boarding school Sept. 8 as they shared one of Canada’s darkest chapters with indigenous and northern affairs minister Carolyn ...

Fire destroys sweat lodge

by Phil Ambroziak Things became a little too hot  recently for a sweat lodge being constructed on Waterhen Lake First Nation. For the past two years, Waterhen Lake member Sid Fiddler spearheaded construct...

A fresh start

Twilight is upon 2015 and soon a New Year will dawn. The arrival of 2016 in about a week’s time isn’t simply a matter of flipping the calendar to a new month. Rather, it will also be a time that marks new begin...