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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
  • 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.

  • February 22, 2001
  • Yvonne Irene Gladue, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 11

Education, training and employment for youth in the forestry industry will be some of the major issues discussed at the Aboriginal Forestry 2001 conference in Saskatoon Jan. 21 to 24. The theme for the conference is Putting Today's Experiences into Tomorrow's Forestry.

"We want to get youth involved because the youth population is expanding and there are a number of鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Yvonne Irene Gladue, Sage Writer, SASKATOON

Page 11

Education, training and employment for youth in the forestry industry will be some of the major issues discussed at the Aboriginal Forestry 2001 conference in Saskatoon Jan. 21 to 24. The theme for the conference is Putting Today's Experiences into Tomorrow's Forestry.

"We want to get youth involved because the youth population is expanding and there are a number of鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Pamela Sexsmith, Sage Writer, LLOYDMINSTER

Page 10

She doesn't see her job as window dressing.

As one of two Aboriginal liaisons in Lloydminster's Catholic school system, Teresa Rowland's primary job is to create a buffer zone, a safe place for Cree and Metis students in the cultural minefield of a preeminently white, urban society.

It is a job in which a little empathy goes a long way.

"The Cree and Metis鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Pamela Sexsmith, Sage Writer, LLOYDMINSTER

Page 10

She doesn't see her job as window dressing.

As one of two Aboriginal liaisons in Lloydminster's Catholic school system, Teresa Rowland's primary job is to create a buffer zone, a safe place for Cree and Metis students in the cultural minefield of a preeminently white, urban society.

It is a job in which a little empathy goes a long way.

"The Cree and Metis鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Paul Barnsley, Sage Writer, OTTAWA

Page 8

Aboriginal financial managers now have until Dec. 31, 2001 to take advantage of a special arrangement that allows them to have their work history taken into account to gain professional designation.

So many people are looking to secure designation as a certified Aboriginal financial manager (CAFM) that the organization that grants that certification - Aboriginal Financial鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Paul Barnsley, Sage Writer, OTTAWA

Page 8

Aboriginal financial managers now have until Dec. 31, 2001 to take advantage of a special arrangement that allows them to have their work history taken into account to gain professional designation.

So many people are looking to secure designation as a certified Aboriginal financial manager (CAFM) that the organization that grants that certification - Aboriginal Financial鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, MUSKOWEKWAN FIRST NATION

Page 6

A new facility has opened up in the old residential school on the Muskowekwan First Nation, designed to address behavioral problems of troubled kids and get them back on track.

The Four Directions Child and Family Services Inc. Stabilization and Assessment Centre had its grand opening Dec. 21, although the first two children were placed at the centre the first week of鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Cheryl Petten, Sage Writer, MUSKOWEKWAN FIRST NATION

Page 6

A new facility has opened up in the old residential school on the Muskowekwan First Nation, designed to address behavioral problems of troubled kids and get them back on track.

The Four Directions Child and Family Services Inc. Stabilization and Assessment Centre had its grand opening Dec. 21, although the first two children were placed at the centre the first week of鈥

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

Page 6

The File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council has a new weapon to battle the child sex trade.

At a release party Dec. 8 in Regina, the tribal council and Birdsong Productions, a Regina-based film and video production company, introduced Lives Worth Living, a video designed to be shown to school children to warn them about the dangers of becoming prostitutes, and to give them鈥

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

Page 6

The File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council has a new weapon to battle the child sex trade.

At a release party Dec. 8 in Regina, the tribal council and Birdsong Productions, a Regina-based film and video production company, introduced Lives Worth Living, a video designed to be shown to school children to warn them about the dangers of becoming prostitutes, and to give them鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Drew Hayden Taylor - Windspeaker Columnist

Page 5

I'm a 37-year-old man, a single child of a single parent, who at the time of this writing has no children (though there's that summer of '87 that I can't seem to account for) and what's the one job that comes to mind that I would be completely unsuited for, other then an aerobics instructor (though I do look good in spandex , if the lighting is low enough)?

I am talking鈥

  • February 22, 2001
  • Drew Hayden Taylor - Windspeaker Columnist

Page 5

I'm a 37-year-old man, a single child of a single parent, who at the time of this writing has no children (though there's that summer of '87 that I can't seem to account for) and what's the one job that comes to mind that I would be completely unsuited for, other then an aerobics instructor (though I do look good in spandex , if the lighting is low enough)?

I am talking鈥

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

Page 2

Over 350 girls in Grades 7 to 10 will gather at Greenall high school in Balgonie next month to learn about career opportunities in math, science and technology-related fields.

The girls will be taking part in the FACT conference - Females Accessing Careers in Technology - organized by Qu'Appelle Valley Shared Services.

Gloria Antifaiff is technology coordinator for鈥

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

Page 2

Over 350 girls in Grades 7 to 10 will gather at Greenall high school in Balgonie next month to learn about career opportunities in math, science and technology-related fields.

The girls will be taking part in the FACT conference - Females Accessing Careers in Technology - organized by Qu'Appelle Valley Shared Services.

Gloria Antifaiff is technology coordinator for鈥