First Nation Students Still Not Funded the Same as Provincial Counterparts
For Immediate Release: March 26, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) released a report today that supports repeated calls for comparable education funding for First Nations students.
Revenue Sharing With First Nations Must Be A PriorityFor Immediate Release: March 20, 2013
(Regina, SK) The Chief and Executive of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations today urge the Saskatchewan Government to open discussions on a revenue sharing agreement with First Nations. This renewed call for revenue sharing comes on the heels of the announcement the province entered into a revenue sharing agreement with municipalities.
The FSIN Calls For Action To End Violence Against WomenFor Immediate Release: March 8, 2013
(Saskatoon) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is today renewing its call for a National Public Commission of Inquiry on ending violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Journey To Truth Writing and Drawing Contest
Contest for Indian Residential Schools Book: Journey to Truth
First Nations Early Childhood Programs: Improving Outcomes
FSIN Communique February 12, 2013Saskatchewan First Nations Mourn the Loss of Howard Cameron Sr.
Employment of First Nations People: Saskatchewan Lags BehindEmployment of First Nations People: Saskatchewan Lags Behind
Resource Revenue Sharing A Constitutional ObligationFor Immediate Release: January 16, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) The Chief and Executive of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations reacted in surprise to the Premier of Saskatchewan's public comments reported in the media earlier today.
Omnibust: Canada’s Breach Of Trust
For Immediate Release: December 20, 2012
(Saskatoon, SK) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) will forever continue to pursue its mandate of Treaty protection. The recently enacted omnibus legislation will have negative impacts on First Nations Inherent and Treaty Rights. The legislation also impacts other Treaty rights like justice, health, governance, economic development, education and lands and resources. The FSIN has offered political solutions to Canada on numerous occasions but to no avail.
Governments Need To Work Collaboratively On Indigenous Human RightsFor Immediate Release: December 10, 2012
(Saskatoon, SK) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations recognizes World Human Rights Day as an opportunity to raise awareness that First Nations people must fight and lobby for even the most basic human rights, such as those enjoyed by Canadians. The theme for 2012 is the rights of all people that include women, youth, Minorities, persons with disabilities, indigenous people, the poor and marginalized. The goal is to have the voices of these people heard in public life and included in political decision making.
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