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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
  • Marj Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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Metis Party activist John Melenchuk led a rally in front of Prince Albert's City Hall on March 11, hoping to add voices in that city to the province-wide call for justice concerning allegations that Saskatoon police have been taking Native people to the outskirts of town and forcing them to walk back to the city in sub-zero temperatures.

Four deaths may be linked to this鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Marj Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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The day after the announcement was made in the provincial budget that the tax exemption for status Indians was no more and that Native people will now have to pay the six per cent PST, Sage correspondent Marj Roden, identifying herself as a freelance reporter, approached several businesses in downtown Prince Albert to see what the reactions of different store managers would be to鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Marj Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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The day after the announcement was made in the provincial budget that the tax exemption for status Indians was no more and that Native people will now have to pay the six per cent PST, Sage correspondent Marj Roden, identifying herself as a freelance reporter, approached several businesses in downtown Prince Albert to see what the reactions of different store managers would be to鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Pamela Green, Sage Writer, LLOYDMINSTER

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Anger was rampant in the border city of Lloydminster over the new provincial tax legislation levied against Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.

"I hope I don't see any flags flying at Saskatchewan powwows this year- the British flag, the American flag, the Saskatchewan flag. I just want to see eagle staffs. The only flag I want to see flying is a burning flag," said one鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Pamela Green, Sage Writer, LLOYDMINSTER

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Anger was rampant in the border city of Lloydminster over the new provincial tax legislation levied against Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.

"I hope I don't see any flags flying at Saskatchewan powwows this year- the British flag, the American flag, the Saskatchewan flag. I just want to see eagle staffs. The only flag I want to see flying is a burning flag," said one鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) has begun legal proceedings to challenge the Saskatchewan government's right to force First Nations' peoples to pay the provincial sales tax on off-reserve purchases.

The FSIN filed the legal notice in Court of Queen's Bench in Saskatoon on March 31, two days after Finance Minister Eric Cline announced the expansion of PST charges in鈥

  • February 24, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) has begun legal proceedings to challenge the Saskatchewan government's right to force First Nations' peoples to pay the provincial sales tax on off-reserve purchases.

The FSIN filed the legal notice in Court of Queen's Bench in Saskatoon on March 31, two days after Finance Minister Eric Cline announced the expansion of PST charges in鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Marjorie Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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The Prince Albert Grand Council held their annual curling bonspiel on the weekend of the Super Bowl, leaving the final draw to be played while the big game was on.

"I actually wanted to watch the Super Bowl," joked Bill Cameron, one of the four men on the championship team.

"I thought we'd split the money and forget about the final, but these guys didn't want to,鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Marjorie Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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The Prince Albert Grand Council held their annual curling bonspiel on the weekend of the Super Bowl, leaving the final draw to be played while the big game was on.

"I actually wanted to watch the Super Bowl," joked Bill Cameron, one of the four men on the championship team.

"I thought we'd split the money and forget about the final, but these guys didn't want to,鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Marjorie Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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This year?s edition of the annual Prince Albert Indian Metis Friendship Centre Aboriginal hockey tournament saw twice the action, as well as twice the amount of hardware handed out to the participating teams. The tournament not only had Senior men?s competition, but Novice hockey as well. Organizers were pleased with the turn-out at both levels.

?For the first year (with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Marjorie Roden, Sage Writer, PRINCE ALBERT

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This year?s edition of the annual Prince Albert Indian Metis Friendship Centre Aboriginal hockey tournament saw twice the action, as well as twice the amount of hardware handed out to the participating teams. The tournament not only had Senior men?s competition, but Novice hockey as well. Organizers were pleased with the turn-out at both levels.

?For the first year (with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, LEBRET

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What do the Lebret Eagles have in common with George Armstrong, Ted Nolan, Gino Odjik and Freddie Sasakamoose?

They?re examples of First Nations people in the sport ? and business? of hockey.

And they?re also going to be the subject of a one-hour documentary about First Nations and hockey that will be broadcast on Global Television later this year.

罢丑别鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, LEBRET

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What do the Lebret Eagles have in common with George Armstrong, Ted Nolan, Gino Odjik and Freddie Sasakamoose?

They?re examples of First Nations people in the sport ? and business? of hockey.

And they?re also going to be the subject of a one-hour documentary about First Nations and hockey that will be broadcast on Global Television later this year.

罢丑别鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, LEBRET

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Last season, just like this season, Ray Francis represented the Lebret Eagles at the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League all-star game. And that?s where the similarities end.

Last year the all-star selection brightened an otherwise dreary season from Francis, as the Eagles were mired in last place overall in the SJHL. With the 2000-01 Eagles cementing their hold on a鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, LEBRET

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Last season, just like this season, Ray Francis represented the Lebret Eagles at the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League all-star game. And that?s where the similarities end.

Last year the all-star selection brightened an otherwise dreary season from Francis, as the Eagles were mired in last place overall in the SJHL. With the 2000-01 Eagles cementing their hold on a鈥