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Saskatchewan Sage

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Saskatchewan Sage -
The Aboriginal Newspaper of Saskatchewan
published monthly since October 1996.

Contributing Editor: Shari Narine

With more than 8500 copies distributed monthly via Canada Post and newstands, Saskatchewan Sage is your most effective means of reaching Saskatchewan's Aboriginal people.


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College provides reading material for resource centre (From left) Yorkton Family Resource Centre representative Kim Gelowitz and Parkland College’s essential skills regional facilitator Kim Kyle-Zwirsky, along with students Lucille Lerat, Cynthia...
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Upon his visit to Canada in mid-April, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed an agreement valued at hundreds of millions dollars to buy uranium from Saskatchewan. India has entered into a contract with Cameco Corp. to purchase more than 3,000...
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The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling against the Buffalo River Dene Nation, which wants to halt oilsands exploration on its traditional territory. Last year a Court of Queen’s Bench judge ruled against the Buffalo River Dene Nation’s...
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Saskatchewan Polytechnic students will soon help build affordable housing in Prince Albert through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The two organizations signed a memorandum of agreement in February that will see carpentry students work on...
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The contract has been announced for the turn-key design, supply and install of two solar power generation systems in Saskatchewan’s far north at Father Megret Elementary School in Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation and Father Gamache Memorial...
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Three Saskatoon Tribal Councils will receive $537,990 in funding over two years for justice-related programs. Through its urban programs, the STC receives referrals for extrajudicial measures and sanctions for youth, assists victims of crime, and...
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The Council of Canadians was in Saskatchewan mid-April as part of a speaking tour in opposition to the multi-billion-dollar Energy East pipeline project. TransCanada proposes repurposing a 43-year-old existing pipeline across the southern Prairies...
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Saskatchewan Polytechnic students will soon help build affordable housing in Prince Albert through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The two organizations signed a memorandum of agreement in February that will see carpentry students work on...
Compiled by Shari Narine
A combined fundraiser for charitable organizations and a physical fitness awareness campaign to be undertaken by Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison on June 21 will highlight the Meewasin Trail / Trans Canada Trail that is being built. Atchison, who has...
Compiled by Shari Narine
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling against the Buffalo River Dene Nation, which wants to halt oilsands exploration on its traditional territory. Last year a Court of Queen’s Bench judge ruled against the Buffalo River Dene Nation’s...

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