Syphilis declared in most First Nations communities

Syphilis declared in most First Nations communities

Health officials in Saskatchewan have declared a syphilis outbreak in almost every First Nations community in the province. An increase of cases has been reported in Lloydminster, the Battlefords, Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Fort Qu’Appelle with similar numbers in...
Sask. has a new Lieutenant Governor

Sask. has a new Lieutenant Governor

The province has a new Lieutenant Governor. Russell Mirasty swore his allegiance to the Queen and took his Oath of Office before signing official documents, making him the 23rd Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. “I am familiar with the role somewhat having worked...
Team Woodland wins three golf medals

Team Woodland wins three golf medals

Team Woodland’s golf team is bringing home three medals from the 2019 Tony Cote First Nations Summer Games on the Flying Dust First Nation. Mya Whitecap and Jennifer Ratt had a golden performance in the U13/U15 female division. In the U17/U19 female category, Tori...
Mirasty to be appointed new Sask. LG today

Mirasty to be appointed new Sask. LG today

History will be made today, as the first Indigenous person will be appointed as the new Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. Russell Mirasty has been tapped to be the Queen’s representative, taking over for the late Thomas Molloy. Mirasty was appointed Wednesday by...
Canoe events prosperous for Team Woodland

Canoe events prosperous for Team Woodland

Canoeing events have been fruitful for Team Woodland at the 2019 Tony Cote First Nations Summer Games on the Flying Dust First Nation. Team Woodland earned 16 gold medals, one silver medal and three bronze medals in that sport. Meantime, results for team events...