Jury Finds Mistawasis Man Guilty Of Manslaughter

The lawyer for a Mistawasis First Nation man convicted of manslaughter says his client is disappointed with the outcome of the case. This morning, a 12-member jury in Prince Albert concluded Curtis Nataucappo was guilty in the death of Alexander Ronald Sanderson....

Brass Announces Bid To Become Regina’s Next Mayor

The race for the job of Regina mayor just got a little more interesting. The first female candidate has now thrown her hat in the ring. Elizabeth Brass is a clinical psychologist with the Regina Qu’Appelle health region — as well as the vice-president of...

Forest Fire Forces Brief Closure Of Northern Highway

A wildfire crossed the highway between La Ronge and Prince Albert yesterday. The four-hectare blaze was first reported late yesterday afternoon — and forced Highways officials to briefly shut down Highway 2 a few kilometres south of the McLennan River early in...

Effects Of Transracial Adoption Focus Of Study

A Saskatchewan researcher says the effects of the Sixties Scoop are still trying to be understood today. Allyson Stevenson of the University of Saskatchewan is in Waterloo, Ontario this week for the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Her presentation...

FNUniv Plays Host To Mosaic Festival

For the first time, “Mosaic – A Festival of Cultures” is coming to the First Nations University of Canada’s Regina campus. FNUniv is hosting the First Nations Pavilion for the city-wide event, beginning today. FNUniv Executive Director of...

Onion Lake Prepares For Treaty 6 Gathering

Preparations are underway for a major treaty gathering on the Onion Lake Cree Nation. The summit will run from June 3rd to June 7th. Onion Lake Chief Wallace Fox says a number of chiefs and dignitaries are expected to attend, along with an official from the United...

Researchers To Put Northern Policies Under Microscope

About two dozen researchers from Canadian universities recently gathered in Saskatoon to discuss issues affecting the province’s north. The International Centre for Northern Governance and Development organized the gathering at the University of Saskatchewan....

Murder Suspect Turns Himself In

A man wanted for murder has been arrested on the Witchekan Lake First Nation. Twenty-one-year-old Eddie Binning is wanted on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with the death of a man in Edmonton. Sgt. Darren Harrison of the Spiritwood RCMP says Binning...