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Report finds 28 Sask. First Nations more than 50 km away...

A weeks-long project examining pandemic and demographic data has found ongoing concerns among First Nations communities in Saskatchewan about distance from health...

Stanley Mission family lives on trapline amid pandemic

In the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, most people stayed at home knowing that there was nowhere to go and very little...

NDP supports students who demonstrated for teachers in Apgiril

Society is changing and we are currently in the midst of that change. Students and teachers suddenly were forced to learn and...

Northern men’s group supporting community through pandemic

The Men of the North support group has been making headlines the past few months since its conception in January of this...

Two-spirit group sings for pride, equality and healing

It was a very windy day on Saturday May 23rd when I met a group of two-spirit drummers and singers at the...

Musicians consider different platforms as pandemic continues

We are all making changes to our lives as COVID-19 continues to be a threat. Many businesses are taking a hit and...

Sask. women giving in a time of uncertainty

We are still on lockdown and although the province is slowly opening up, there is uncertainty as to what the future will...

Project launched in pandemic brings better food security to community’s vulnerable

Saskatchewan may be gradually returning to a new normal as the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan moves forward, but some people can’t just sit...

Black lives matter protests also affect Indigenous people

On May 25, 2020 a Black man named George Floyd died by asphyxiation, as a police officer knelt on the man’s neck...

Seamstresses making and distributing cloth masks to protect northern residents from...

A group of Saskatchewan women known as the Masked Makers are sewing and distributing thousands of cloth masks to protect vulnerable populations...