Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.
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'It's a part of our identity': Indigenous language instructors learn alongside students at Sturgeon Lake
Indigenous language revitalization is essential, but it must be integrated with a sense of the land, spirituality and other elements of culture, say instructors.
Saskatchewan's artifact laws 'perpetuate colonization': Indigenous archeologist
Saskatchewan laws governing ancient artifacts "perpetuate colonization" and need to change, according to an Indigenous archeologist.
Sask. First Nations prepared to call for blockade at proposed road site where artifacts discovered
A controversial road project in western Saskatchewan could face a First Nations blockade if construction is approved next month, the chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations warns.
Sask. artifact rules violate international law, says professor
The failure to notify First Nations of a rare artifact discovery in central Saskatchewan violates international law, says an academic.
Sask. road project on hold following Indigenous artifact discovery
A controversial road project has been put on hold by the local municipality in central Saskatchewan after First Nations rallied to preserve the rare artifacts and sites along the route.
Saskatchewan First Nations want road project stopped after rare artifact discovery
A Saskatchewan road construction project is set to begin June 10 despite the discovery of Indigenous artifacts up to 10,000 years old.
'We need to be trained properly': Sask. farm group welcomes mandatory semi training
Semi driver training will soon be mandatory for Saskatchewan farmers who use semi trucks, a change welcomed by experts, by the mother of a Humboldt Broncos crash victim and by farmers themselves.
Saskatoon to host climate change brainstorming session
Organizers of a town hall meeting in Saskatoon say they want to hear your ideas for tackling climate change.
Chief Poundmaker exoneration spurs calls for more historical corrections
Trisha Sutherland says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was right to apologize for the 1885 conviction of Chief Poundmaker, but that it can't stop there.
Trudeau exonerates Chief Poundmaker, apologizes for treason conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that today.
St. Louis Blues become 'Saskatchewan's team' as Stanley Cup Final approaches
There are no Canadian teams left in the National Hockey League playoffs, but Saskatchewan fans still have three big reasons to cheer.
'The future looks bleak': Experts give Sask. failing grade on conservation
A recent United Nations report warns of a mass extinction of up to one million animal species, and experts say Saskatchewan is a big part of the problem.
Saskatoon Public Schools cutback plan not shared by other urban divisions
Saskatoon Public Schools officials say they're being forced to cut dozens of positions for the coming year, but that may not be the case in other big urban divisions.
Saskatoon public schools could face millions in cuts
Proposed changes could see dozens of positions for teachers, librarians and others soon cut from Saskatoon public schools, CBC News has learned.
Final arguments conclude in assault trial for former Saskatoon police officer
Final arguments have concluded in the assault trial of a former Saskatoon police officer, with a verdict reserved for July 31.