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Meadow Lake to receive hemodialysis machine

Residents of Northern Saskatchewan will see improved access to hemodialysis and kidney wellness services this year as planning is underway for a...

Film explores racism in Canada’s criminal justice system

Content warning: this story includes discussions about sexual assault and murderOn a summer day in August of 2016...

Prophecy and pestilence in the time of COVID-19

In early March Covid-19 was announced as a global pandemic and life had begun to come to a standstill. Well, society did,...

La Ronge council votes to rescind travel ban exemption

On April 30 La Ronge council members voted 6-1 to be exempt from the travel ban in the province’s north. Town Alderman,...

Premier urges young people to stay home

Premier Scott Moe had a message for residents in the 20-39 age group last Friday.The largest group of...

Cameco relief fund receives hundreds of applications

Uranium giant Cameco has announced a $1 Million COVID-19 Relief Fund for Saskatoon and Northern Saskatchewan.“We’ve been watching...

Paying respect during a pandemic

Living in lockdown during a pandemic is proving to be quite difficult for people all over the world. Humans are social by...

Work underway on Wollaston Lake seasonal road

Chief Bart Tsannie of Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation,Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, and Minister Greg Ottenbreit, Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and...

Study looks at how water governance affects Indigenous communities

Water is essential to human life. A person can only go a few days without water before organs shut down and death...

Buckley Belanger to run again

Indigenous people of Canada have been fighting for the rights to their land for many years now and after the provincial government...