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Saskatchewan Sage

Saskatchewan Sage

Launched in 1996. A news publication specifically designed to serve the Indigenous people of Saskatchewan.

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

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Spectators and athletes can expect some healthy competition at this year's Saskatchewan Indian Winter Games from April 23 to 27 in Saskatoon.

They can also expect some significant changes to the way the games are structured, said event manager Eugene Arcand.

"It's the first games of the new millennium so we're going to try a few different things," said Arcand, whose鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 3

Spectators and athletes can expect some healthy competition at this year's Saskatchewan Indian Winter Games from April 23 to 27 in Saskatoon.

They can also expect some significant changes to the way the games are structured, said event manager Eugene Arcand.

"It's the first games of the new millennium so we're going to try a few different things," said Arcand, whose鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

Saskatchewan's cities provide little hope and virtually no opportunity for Metis people and First Nations residents who live off-reserve, a panel of provincial politicians and bureaucrats was told at a community discussion in Saskatoon last month.

In fact, an increasing number of Metis and First Nations residents are falling through the cracks of the province's tattered鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

Saskatchewan's cities provide little hope and virtually no opportunity for Metis people and First Nations residents who live off-reserve, a panel of provincial politicians and bureaucrats was told at a community discussion in Saskatoon last month.

In fact, an increasing number of Metis and First Nations residents are falling through the cracks of the province's tattered鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Chris Tyrone Ross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

After having many powerful politicians criticize his view on the development of Aboriginal people in the workforce, Saskatoon-Humbolt Reform MP Jim Pankiw is standing by the comments he made in a Jan 6 letter sent to both University of Saskatchewan president Peter MacKinnon, and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Jack Hillson.

On Dec. 22, the U of S and Saskatchewan's NDP鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Chris Tyrone Ross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

After having many powerful politicians criticize his view on the development of Aboriginal people in the workforce, Saskatoon-Humbolt Reform MP Jim Pankiw is standing by the comments he made in a Jan 6 letter sent to both University of Saskatchewan president Peter MacKinnon, and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Jack Hillson.

On Dec. 22, the U of S and Saskatchewan's NDP鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 1

Municipal councillors in Saskatoon will wait until spring before asking residents if they support a new casino development in the city.

Last fall, the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) said it wanted to build a 50,000 sq. ft. casino in Saskatoon. The proposed facility would have a price tag of approximately $10 million and would employ as many as 300 people, said鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Brian Cross, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 1

Municipal councillors in Saskatoon will wait until spring before asking residents if they support a new casino development in the city.

Last fall, the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) said it wanted to build a 50,000 sq. ft. casino in Saskatoon. The proposed facility would have a price tag of approximately $10 million and would employ as many as 300 people, said鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Yvonne Irene Gladue, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 1

'How do we address Aboriginal educational issues and needs in Saskatchewan as we enter the 21st century?'

The question will be part of the theme for the morning session at the Kitchener Community School's teachers' convention on Feb. 18, which will be held at Saskatchewan's Centre for the Arts.

Juanita Tuharsky said it will be the first time a teachers' convention鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Yvonne Irene Gladue, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 1

'How do we address Aboriginal educational issues and needs in Saskatchewan as we enter the 21st century?'

The question will be part of the theme for the morning session at the Kitchener Community School's teachers' convention on Feb. 18, which will be held at Saskatchewan's Centre for the Arts.

Juanita Tuharsky said it will be the first time a teachers' convention鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Linda Ungar, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 20

It started with a group of professionals talking about their inner city roots and what they had to offer kids in the core of Regina that could help show them the way. They made it to the boardrooms of corporate Saskatchewan themselves. Time to pay back. But how?

Basil Quewezance, Kinsmen Club president and marketing supervisor at SaskEnergy, says they started thinking鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Linda Ungar, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 20

It started with a group of professionals talking about their inner city roots and what they had to offer kids in the core of Regina that could help show them the way. They made it to the boardrooms of corporate Saskatchewan themselves. Time to pay back. But how?

Basil Quewezance, Kinsmen Club president and marketing supervisor at SaskEnergy, says they started thinking鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Ryan Atimoyoo, Sage Columnist

Page 19

I've been in the country-side lately performing in a show. Between rehearsals I've had a lot of time to think and I've come to realize a few things, especially regarding Aboriginal people.

It's come to my attention recently about the attitude and policy of large corporations toward us. We as Aboriginal people have to become aware of the power we possess. Especially when鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Ryan Atimoyoo, Sage Columnist

Page 19

I've been in the country-side lately performing in a show. Between rehearsals I've had a lot of time to think and I've come to realize a few things, especially regarding Aboriginal people.

It's come to my attention recently about the attitude and policy of large corporations toward us. We as Aboriginal people have to become aware of the power we possess. Especially when鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer

Page 18

A new program sponsored by Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) Urban First Nations is giving Aboriginal youth in Saskatoon's inner city a chance to get involved in track and field.

On Oct. 26 a pipe ceremony and feast was held to kick off the Crossing Bridges winter program. The program began Nov. 4. at the Saskatoon Fieldhouse, and runs until the end of April.

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