Saskatoon Morning | Sep 24, 2013 | 13:32

Sgt. Ernie Louttit's Last Day On The Job

He was known affectionately on the streets of Saskatoon as "Indian Ernie", now after 27 years as a beat cop Sgt. Ernie Louttit is retiring and publishing a memoir. Before starting his last day on the job he joined Leisha Grebinski in studio YXE.

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