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FSIN Executive Communique July 13, 2012

AFN Annual General Assembly
Please be advised the FSIN will provide breakfast for the mornings of July 18 & 19, 2012 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building – Room 810 (Saskatchewan Caucus Room) beginning at 8:00 a.m.
We would like to invite all Chiefs and Saskatchewan delegates for breakfast so we can provide information on Bills' C428 and C38.
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FSIN Executive Communique June 29, 2012

FSIN Legislative Assembly
Congratulations goes out to the Shoal Lake Cree Nation, the Red Earth Cree Nation and the Cumberland House Cree Nation for the outstanding job of hosting the FSIN Spring Legislative Assembly. Also, a big thank you to the Town of Nipawin for making everyone who attended the Legislative Assembly feel welcome during their stay.
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FSIN Signs Agreement With Royal Canadian Mounted Police In Treaty No. 5 Territory

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June 27, 2012, Traditional territory of Treaty No. 5 (Nipawin, SK) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations signed a three year Public Safety Cooperation Protocol agreement with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The signing between FSIN Vice Chief Bobby Cameron and RCMP Assistant Commissioner “F” Division, Russ Mirasty took place during the FSIN Spring Legislative Assembly. The forum was hosted by the Eastern Sector communities of Shoal Lake Cree Nation, the Red Earth First Nation and the Cumberland House Cree Nation at the Evergreen Centre in Nipawin, Saskatchewan.

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Saskatchewan Chiefs In Assembly Were Not Consulted By Member Of Parliament

June 27, 2012, Traditional territory of Treaty No.5 (Nipawin, Saskatchewan) First Nation leaders attending the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Legislative Assembly were outraged and insulted by Member of Parliament, Rob Clarke's (Desnethe-Missinippi-Churchill) presentation on his proposed private members Bill C-428.
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FSIN Executive Communique June 15, 2012

Commemorative Day Walk
There will be a commemorative Day Walk from Victoria Park to Kinsmen Park, Saskatoon, June 20, 2012, 10:00 am. It is to remember all of the children that died while in the care of the province.
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FSIN Executive Communique June 1, 2012

Assembly of First Nations to Honour Past Leaders
At the upcoming Annual General Assembly in July, the AFN will be honouring First Nation leaders who have passed away in the past year. 

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Chiefs Reject Bill C-38 May 23, 2012

NO HONOUR IN HARPER GOVERNMENT

The federal government is violating its constitutional and legal obligations to consult and accommodate First Nations Treaty and Aboriginal rights. The First Nations of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) are extremely concerned over the content of Bill C-38 and how it was developed.

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FSIN Executive Communique May 18, 2012

SWAMPY CREE FIRST NATIONS WILL HOST FSIN SPRING LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

After today’s conference call with the IGC/Executive Council, we would like confirm that the Swampy Cree First Nations (Red Earth, Shoal Lake, Cumberland House) will host the next FSIN Spring Legislative Assembly scheduled for June 26 & 27, 2012 in Nipawin, Saskatchewan.  We want to thank Chief Marcel Head, Chief Ian McKay and Chief Lorne Stewart for their efforts and hard work to make this a successful bid.  Details on logistics will be forthcoming very shortly.

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FSIN Executive Communique May 11, 2012

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations acknowledges and accepts the appointment of George Lafond as Commissioner of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner for Saskatchewan.

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FSIN Executive Communique May 4, 2012

First Nations Community Policing Framework Agreement - Update
The amended Statement of Claim for the First Nation Community Policing Framework Agreement and the Beardy's & Okemasis Policing Agreement was served to Canada and Saskatchewan on September 12, 2011.
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