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Sweetgrass Men Arrested In Drug Bust PDF Print E-mail
Written by mbcnews   
Friday, 25 July 2014 16:29

Two men from the Sweetgrass First Nation will be in court next month on drug charges.

RCMP say a 27-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday at a traffic stop in North Battleford.

A 34-year-old male was also arrested after a home on the reserve was searched.

Investigators say about half a kilogram of marijuana has been uncovered as part of the investigation.

Both men have been released from custody and are scheduled to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Aug. 28.

 
Plane Makes Emergency Landing In La Ronge PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Smith   
Friday, 25 July 2014 16:21

There were no injuries reported today after a small plane made an emergency landing at the La Ronge airport.

RCMP say the flight was headed to Uranium City from Saskatoon when a crack in the windshield caused a loss of cabin pressure.

La Ronge Fire, EMS and RCMP were at the airport when the plane made a safe landing shortly after 10 a.m.

There were five passengers and two pilots on board the aircraft.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 16:26
 
Feds Invest In Job Market Information To Increase Aboriginal Employment PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fraser Needham   
Thursday, 24 July 2014 14:49

The federal government is making a $675,000 investment with the goal of linking Indigenous people with jobs.

The funding is being provided to the Aboriginal Human Resource Council so that the organization can better track job market information on economic projects located near Canadian Indigenous communities.

Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt, who was in Saskatoon Thursday for the announcement, says the government wants to connect Indigenous people to job growth areas.

“This council is helping First Nations communities throughout the country to really connect young, and not so young, First Nations members with real jobs out there in those regions,” he says.

Valcourt adds it is vital Indigenous communities have the most up to date job market information so they can provide training in necessary areas.

“In order for the cohort of young workers to decide what they will do in terms of training, in terms of career choice, you need labour market information,” he says.

The Harper government says the investment will help the Aboriginal Human Resource Council provide information on current and future demand for workers in areas such as northern mines and construction sites.

The funding will provide job market information on over 125 major projects across the country located near 500 Aboriginal communities.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 14:40
 
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