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Focus shifts to northern shelter as daytime supports reopen in La...

Funding for the Scattered Site outreach program in La Ronge has been renewed for another one-year term, bringing some relief to the northern community’s...

Sask. consultation policies criticized after Birch Narrows Dene Nation standoff

A historian focused on the history of the Canadian north, Aboriginal rights and Indigenous claims called for Saskatchewan to clarify its consultation policies. The criticism...

Cameco to reopen Cigar Lake uranium mine amid mixed market reaction

Saskatoon based uranium producer Cameco Corp. announced plans to restart production at its Cigar Lake uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan this month. The decision...

Alberta joins Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick in nuclear reactor partnership

Alberta premier Jason Kenney added his name to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) previously signed between the premiers of Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick...

Sask. suicide prevention plan ‘impacted and slowed’ amid pandemic response

Expert calls blaming slowdown in suicide prevention on the pandemic “a nice excuse,” criticizes spending priorities in budgetSaskatchewan’s Ministry of Health said implementation of...

Sask. suicide prevention plan “impacted and slowed” amid pandemic response

Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health said implementation of its suicide prevention plan is underway, but has been “impacted and slowed by the need for comprehensive...

‘Cautious optimism’: Long-term care for northern seniors included in budget

Saskatchewan’s budget released on Tuesday promises more benefits for seniors in the north, with $7.6M in funding for new long-term care facilities in La...

‘Shock to the system’: La Ronge scrambles to support homeless as...

The homeless population in the northern Saskatchewan Town of La Ronge was left in limbo as emergency funding ended for short-term winter shelters at...

Indigenous business venture rebrands hotel to serve the community

A new Indigenous owned and operated hotel officially opened its doors on Monday with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony and a focus on serving...

‘Groundbreaker’: Chief Cook-Searson wins Indigenous women’s leadership award

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business on Monday named Lac La Ronge Indian Band Chief Tammy Cook-Searson as this year's recipient of the Indigenous...