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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.


Compiled by Shari Narine
The two-week inquest into the death of Lee Bonneau, 6, has resulted in 19 recommendations to the Ministry of Social Services, the Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services, and the RCMP. The Saskatchewan government has released a plan...
compiled by Shari Narine
Specific Claims Tribunal decision could see multi-million payment. A decision by the Specific Claims Tribunal could be worth $4.2 million for Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation. The tribunal has ruled the government owes the band compensation for...
Compiled by Shari Narine
The construction of a 10-bed seniors lodge will begin towards the end of May on the Flying Dust First Nation. The lodge, to be located near Meadow Lake, is a joint venture between the First Nation and Habitat for Humanity. This marks the first time...
Compiled by Shari Narine
The MacKenzie Art Gallery swept the Saskatchewan Book Awards this year, taking home all three publishing awards for 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., curated by Michelle LaVallee. It received the First Nations’ University of Canada...
Compiled by Shari Narine
A $2-million 56-space early learning centre will be attached to the Whitecap Elementary School. Whitecap Dakota First Nation is contributing $260,000, while the federal government will provide $1 million and the province will provide $500,000 to...
Compiled by Shari Narine
A $2-million 56-space early learning centre will be attached to the Whitecap Elementary School. Whitecap Dakota First Nation is contributing $260,000, while the federal government will provide $1 million and the province will provide $500,000 to...
Compiled by Shari Narine
The construction of a 10-bed seniors lodge will begin towards the end of May on the Flying Dust First Nation. The lodge, to be located near Meadow Lake, is a joint venture between the First Nation and Habitat for Humanity. This marks the first time...
compiled by Shari Narine
Specific Claims Tribunal decision could see multi-million payment. A decision by the Specific Claims Tribunal could be worth $4.2 million for Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation. The tribunal has ruled the government owes the band compensation for...
Compiled by Shari Narine
There could be a fifth urban First Nations reserve within the boundaries of Regina. Nekaneet First Nation wants to build a gas station and convenience store on the land located on the north edge of the city. The band will have to apply to Aboriginal...
Compiled by Shari Narine
The two-week inquest into the death of Lee Bonneau, 6, has resulted in 19 recommendations to the Ministry of Social Services, the Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services, and the RCMP. The Saskatchewan government has released a plan...

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