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Montreal's Indigenous community gets funding to support language revitalization
The federal government is providing $344,292 over the next two years for Native Montreal to continue its Indigenous language classes.
ON the Ledge podcast
Why CBC's Connie Walker says podcasts are the 'perfect way to tell stories about Indigenous people'
Connie Walker is an award-winning host of one of CBC's most successful and critically acclaimed podcast series Missing and Murdered — and she's from right here in Saskatchewan. In this episode, Walker explains why she thinks podcasting is one of the best ways to tell Indigenous stories.
FSIN threatens more legal battles if province impedes Sask. First Nation's pot store
FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron says his organization fully supports the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation's cannabis act and promised more legal battles over treaty rights should the government of Saskatchewan choose to interfere in its operation.
5 charged after recovery of powwow regalia stolen from Alberta family in Saskatoon
Most of an Alberta family's valued powwow regalia has been recovered and five people have been charged, after the regalia — including custom-made jingle dresses — was stolen in Saskatoon late last month.