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Saskatchewan Sage

Saskatchewan Sage

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

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, ONION LAKE FIRST NATION

Page 8

Onion Lake First Nation is one of three First Nations in Canada selected to take part in a pilot project aimed at reducing smoking among Aboriginal youth.

The First Nation will receive $75,000 to develop and run projects designed to encourage youth within the community not to smoke.

The money is coming from the First Nations Youth Anti-Smoking Project (FNYAS), with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, ONION LAKE FIRST NATION

Page 8

Onion Lake First Nation is one of three First Nations in Canada selected to take part in a pilot project aimed at reducing smoking among Aboriginal youth.

The First Nation will receive $75,000 to develop and run projects designed to encourage youth within the community not to smoke.

The money is coming from the First Nations Youth Anti-Smoking Project (FNYAS), with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 6

A new framework is in place in Saskatchewan, designed to ensure that Metis and off-reserve First Nations people are involved in design and delivery of programs provided for them by the provincial government.

A Framework for Cooperation, announced by Premier Roy Romanow on Jan. 18, outlines four key areas the provincial government plans to focus on to improve economic and鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 6

A new framework is in place in Saskatchewan, designed to ensure that Metis and off-reserve First Nations people are involved in design and delivery of programs provided for them by the provincial government.

A Framework for Cooperation, announced by Premier Roy Romanow on Jan. 18, outlines four key areas the provincial government plans to focus on to improve economic and鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Dennis Okanee Angus, Sage Columnist

Page 5

I have been photographing wildlife lately. The picture shown was taken with a zoom lens from about 400 yards. It?s a picture of an elk taken in Alberta. Several years ago, my wife and the two smallest kids were in Jasper, Alberta. There was so much to photograph during our trip through the mountains. I hardly knew where to look first!

I am grateful to the Creator for鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Dennis Okanee Angus, Sage Columnist

Page 5

I have been photographing wildlife lately. The picture shown was taken with a zoom lens from about 400 yards. It?s a picture of an elk taken in Alberta. Several years ago, my wife and the two smallest kids were in Jasper, Alberta. There was so much to photograph during our trip through the mountains. I hardly knew where to look first!

I am grateful to the Creator for鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, PASQUA FIRST NATION

Page 4

Before Pasqua First Nation members decide who gets on their council, the Federal Court of Canada has to determine who?s eligible to run for council.

It?s the latest fallout from a 20-month-old court decision that rules that some of the Indian Act?s regulations for band elections and off-reserve members violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Marsha Gordon, a鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, PASQUA FIRST NATION

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Before Pasqua First Nation members decide who gets on their council, the Federal Court of Canada has to determine who?s eligible to run for council.

It?s the latest fallout from a 20-month-old court decision that rules that some of the Indian Act?s regulations for band elections and off-reserve members violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Marsha Gordon, a鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Pamela Sexsmith, Sage Writer

Interviews and Photos

By Pamela Sexsmith

?Yes, it is important to vote in provincial elections. I don?t think it undermines treaties. It is important to get involved in provincial politics because we need to work with all levels of government, provincial and federal. We need to work with government, but at the same time, don?t stray too much from treaties. The relationship鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Pamela Sexsmith, Sage Writer

Interviews and Photos

By Pamela Sexsmith

?Yes, it is important to vote in provincial elections. I don?t think it undermines treaties. It is important to get involved in provincial politics because we need to work with all levels of government, provincial and federal. We need to work with government, but at the same time, don?t stray too much from treaties. The relationship鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Linda Ungar, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 2

SaskEnergy is inviting Aboriginal youth to get involved in its natural gas safety campaign through an art calendar contest.

The contest is open to students from First Nations schools in Aboriginal communities with natural gas service.

One winner will be selected per grade from Kindergarten to 12. Submissions of artwork will be accepted until March 15, with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Linda Ungar, Sage Writer, REGINA

Page 2

SaskEnergy is inviting Aboriginal youth to get involved in its natural gas safety campaign through an art calendar contest.

The contest is open to students from First Nations schools in Aboriginal communities with natural gas service.

One winner will be selected per grade from Kindergarten to 12. Submissions of artwork will be accepted until March 15, with鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

About 170 teachers, teacher aides and tutors from First Nations schools across Saskatchewan gathered in Saskatoon Jan. 25 and 26 to take part in a special education conference organized by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN).

Gerry Hurton is special education specialist with FSIN. He explained the conference was organized to provide information geared鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 2

About 170 teachers, teacher aides and tutors from First Nations schools across Saskatchewan gathered in Saskatoon Jan. 25 and 26 to take part in a special education conference organized by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN).

Gerry Hurton is special education specialist with FSIN. He explained the conference was organized to provide information geared鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Marjorie Roden, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 12

At the ripe old age of four, Robbie Boisson took the first step to becoming a hockey player. Today, at 22, that path he started down so many years ago has led him to the hallowed halls of the University of Saskatchewan, where he is now playing his second season with the men's varsity hockey team, the Huskies.

"I'm a checking forward," says the feisty, 5'8" Boisson.