Here are some of our best stories this week.
Should prayers be included in classroom time in public schools? Students at Lindale Public Elementary School in Moose Jaw hear the Lord's Prayer every morning, and one mother has started a petition to change that.
Rider nation was in shock Thursday after two legends were cut from the team. The new head coach Chris Jones said it was a purely financial decision. Weston Dressler released a statement on Twitter saying he was never part of the Roughrider plans for 2016.
Regina officers 'went too far' but did not racially profile Simon Ash-Moccasin: Public Complaints Commission
An aboriginal man who says police used excessive force when they arrested him just over one year ago has been partially vindicated.
Dorrie Manu will become the "queen mother" of a tribe of around 6,000 people and her son will be a prince. Her husband Eric manu is from Ghana, and has returned there to become chief.
DiCaprio used his acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards to urge recognition of indigenous people's history and lands. "It is time that we heard your voice and protected this planet for future generations," he said.
Isaiah Tootoosis, 8, from the Poundmaker Cree Nation about 230 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon, plays Di Caprio's son in the movie.