Onion Lake Drug Bust Suspect Surrenders To Police

A man wanted in connection with a drug bust in Onion Lake has been arrested. Sgt. Cliff Joanis says Floyd Littlewolfe turned himself in to the Onion Lake RCMP detachment last night. Littlewolfe is the owner of a home on the reserve where a police search was held...

Prince Albert Mayor Honoured For Support Of FNUC

Officials from the University of Regina were in Prince Albert yesterday to present Mayor Jim Scarrow with an award. Scarrow was thanked for his work in promoting the First Nations University of Canada as it went through some difficult times last year. University...

Aboriginal Cancer Care Program Awarded $150,000 Grant

A health consultant with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region says a new project is bringing First Nations wellness methods together with western medicine to enhance Aboriginal health outcomes. The Approaching Cancer Care and Prevention Holistically program was...

Cameco Ends Hostile Takeover Bid Of Hathor Exploration

Cameco has ended its pursuit of the lucrative Roughrider uranium deposit in northern Saskatchewan. The company announced today that it will not increase or extend its offer to shareholders of Hathor Exploration. In recent weeks, it has been in a bidding war with Rio...

Police Standoff At Cowessess Ends Peacefully

A 38-year-old man from the Cowessess First Nation is in custody facing several charges after a series of incidents on the reserve early yesterday. Police say a distraught man allegedly crashed his truck near the local golf course, causing the vehicle to start on fire....

Arrests Made In Onion Lake Cocaine Bust

Three men in their twenties are facing drug charges after being arrested on the Onion Lake First Nation. They were arrested Friday after Onion Lake RCMP, with the help of the Maidstone detachment, searched a home on the reserve. A warrant is out for the...