Investing in aboriginal youth

The provincial government is hoping to encourage more aboriginals to capitalize on what will be a huge demand for skilled tradespeople. On Wednesday, it announced an investment of more than a half a million dollars for a program to help First Nations and Metis get the...

Legal trouble brewing with Elections Canada advertiser

An aboriginal advertising firm has launched a civil suit against a firm it had entered into an Elections Canada contract with two years ago. In August of 2013, the Ottawa-based businesses Spirit Creative and Acart Communications agreed to work together to advertise...
FSIN chief candidates locked in for upcoming election

FSIN chief candidates locked in for upcoming election

Three people have stepped forward to run as candidates for chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations. The candidates are Helen Ben from Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation, Bobby Cameron from Witchekan Lake First Nation and Leo Omani from Wahpeton Dakota First...
Expert says northern moose hunting not hurt by fires

Expert says northern moose hunting not hurt by fires

The moose hunting season is in full swing across the north and it appears it will be another good year for hunters. Moose numbers are strong and the wildfires of the summer are not expected to cause a major disruption, since many burned areas are already growing back....