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Marcia's commitment and vision for culturally safe care has had a strong impact in healthcare.

As an Indigenous doctor, Marcia Anderson DeCoteau is dedicated to incorporating traditional knowledge in her day-to-day practice with clients.

Colten Boushie and our insidious white privilege - The Globe and MailIt’s an unfair advantage for everything, from the seemingly innocuous to the outright appalling

Colten Boushie and our insidious white privilege

Colten Boushie and our insidious white privilege - The Globe and MailIt’s an unfair advantage for everything, from the seemingly innocuous to the outright appalling

Indigenous Affairs minister promises probe of Red Sun Gas Bar - APTN NewsAPTN News

Indigenous Affairs minister promises probe of Red Sun Gas Bar - APTN News

Tuesday afternoon one school dedicated the Center for American Indian Studies to a special retired professor.

Tuesday afternoon one school dedicated the Center for American Indian Studies to a special retired professor.

News Item - Saskatoon Public Schools

News Item - Saskatoon Public Schools

Fight Indigenous suicide by ‘fixation on wellness’

Fight Indigenous suicide by ‘fixation on wellness’ – Anglican Journal

LAME DEER - Two members of the Northern Cheyenne tribe were in Las Vegas during a shooting that killed 59 people and responded to victims, Tribal President L. Jace Killsback announced Monday night.

LAME DEER - Two members of the Northern Cheyenne tribe were in Las Vegas during a shooting that killed 59 people and responded to victims, Tribal President L. Jace Killsback announced Monday night.

Growing up Indigenous when you don't look it               From r: Trevor Jang, Julie Daum, and Daniel Bear.

Growing up Indigenous when you don't look it

Growing up Indigenous when you don't look it From r: Trevor Jang, Julie Daum, and Daniel Bear.

The Baloney Meter examines the level of accuracy in statements made by politicians. Today it looks at claims made by Saskatchewan politicians about the "disastrous" effects of a carbon-pricing scheme on the province.

Baloney Meter: Will carbon tax 'siphon' $2.5 billion from Saskatchewan?

Premier Brad Wall is still hopeful that Saskatchewan can overcome heated racial tensions that have dominated online conversations since the shooting death of Colten Boushie.

Saskatoon Indigenous homelessness initiatives receive federal boost

The fight against homelessness in Saskatoon received an injection of funding Wednesday afternoon.

Hozhonahaslíí: Stories of Healing the Soul Wound [Part 02]

This film was made as part of the healing process occurring on the Navajo Nation and in many other parts of the world in regards to historical trauma.

A man who pleaded guilty to killing two teenagers at Whitefish Lake First Nation last year has been sentenced to life in prison.  Edward Devin Boyce Gladue, who was arrested in the shooti…

A man who pleaded guilty to killing two teenagers at Whitefish Lake First Nation last year has been sentenced to life in prison. Edward Devin Boyce Gladue, who was arrested in the shooti…

Once homeless and addicted, Jesse Thistle went from living on the streets to becoming Canada's leading scholar on Indigenous homelessness.

From street to scholar: Jesse Thistle creates new definition of Indigenous homelessness

Once homeless and addicted, Jesse Thistle went from living on the streets to becoming Canada's leading scholar on Indigenous homelessness.

Delisle student’s heritage project wins Archives Award

Delisle student’s heritage project wins Archives Award

The 500 delegates attending a conference this week are evidence that Saskatoon is moving faster on reconciliation than anywhere else in Canada, says cultural advisor Judy Pelly.

'A really good time to be alive in Saskatoon': City moving toward reconciliation, says cultural advisor

The 500 delegates attending a conference this week are evidence that Saskatoon is moving faster on reconciliation than anywhere else in Canada, says cultural advisor Judy Pelly.

Robert Doucette, the former president of the Métis Nation - Saskatchewan, says he wants Métis people to be included in the federal government's apology to, and financial compensation for, survivors of the Sixties Scoop.

'I feel betrayed by Minister Bennett,' says former Sask. Métis leader of Sixties Scoop settlement

Robert Doucette, the former president of the Métis Nation - Saskatchewan, says he wants Métis people to be included in the federal government& apology to, and financial compensation for, survivors of the Sixties Scoop.

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