Suspect In Whitecap Fraud Appears In Court

The man charged with allegedly stealing millions of dollars from the Whitecap First Nation has turned himself in voluntarily. Hugo Gallegos made his first court appearance today in Saskatoon on the charges of theft over $5,000 and fraud over $5,000. Following the...

Profits Up At Cameco

Cameco is reporting a sharp rise in net earnings this recent quarter. This morning the company released its financial results for the year through to the end of September. It reports net earnings were $211 million. That’s well up from the $79 million recorded at the...

Aboriginal Business Leaders Assemble In Winnipeg

Aboriginal business leaders are meeting in Winnipeg this week at the Cando Annual Business Conference. Natural Resources figures prominently in this year’s event, which routinely attracts band managers, government reps and people connected with various industries....

Leroux Trial Wraps Up

The Paul Leroux trial wrapped up Tuesday afternoon in a Battlefords courtroom. Leroux, a former boys’ dormitory supervisor at the Beauval Indian Residential School during the 1960’s, faces numerous sexual assault charges. Prosecutor Mitch Piché says he believes the...

Federal Court Of Appeal Hears Daniels Case

The Federal Court of Appeal began hearing a high profile Aboriginal rights case on Tuesday. The case involves a legal challenge that was initially launched by the late Harry Daniels. Daniels argues that Métis people and non-status Indians should be considered as...