Canada must respect the right of Indigenous resource development on their lands
For immediate release: September 12, 2013
Indigenous Peoples’, human rights, and faith organizations are calling on Canada to ensure that Indigenous Peoples can freely decide for themselves whether and when resource development projects will take place on their traditional lands and territories.
Driver Training Opportunity in First Nations Schools
The FSIN / Government of Saskatchewan Joint Task Force on Education final report, Voice, Vision and Leadership: A Place for All was released in April 2013. One of the recommendations was to provide Driver Training for First Nations students who go to school on reserve.
2013 Saskatchewan First Nation Summer Games Unofficial Results
The Unofficial results for the 2013 Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games, hosted by Muskoday First Nation, are shown below. The Tony Cote Award, presented to the most improved team, goes to the Touchwood Agency Tribal Council, who were also the overall winners.
2014 North American Indigenous Games Coaches Applications
Team Saskatchewan is calling for applications for the North American Indigenous Games team for 2014 in Regina, Saskatchewan. The team will consist of Mission Staff, Managers, Coaches, and Athletes. The coaching staff will act as chaperones for the final team that attends the North American Indigenous Games.
First Nation Children and Youth Honour Residential School SurvivorsFor Immediate Release: April 23, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) On behalf of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Executive, Vice Chief Edward Dutch Lerat is pleased to announce the release of the Journey to Truth booklet. The booklet is a compilation of short stories, poems, and drawings from First Nation children and youth that honours the survivors of Indian Residential Schools.
FSIN Congratulates Former Chief FavelFor Immediate Release: April 22, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Executive congratulates former FSIN Chief Blaine Favel upon his appointment as Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan.
First Nations Want Greater Role in New Child Welfare System
For Immediate Release: April 19, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) On behalf of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Executive Vice Chief Edward (Dutch) Lerat welcomes the Advocate for Children and Youth 2012 annual report. The recently released annual report emphasizes the need for greater inclusion of First Nations in designing, implementing and monitoring the new child welfare system.
Appeal Tribunal Rules New Election for Office Of First Vice ChiefFor Immediate Release: April 18, 2013
(Saskatoon, SK) On April 17, 2013 the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Appeal Tribunal released its decision on the matter of a notice of appeal to the FSIN Appeal Tribunal between Sheldon Wuttunee, candidate, and Loretta Pete Lambert, Chief Electoral Officer. The Appeal Tribunal overturned the election results for the Office of the First Vice Chief declaring the election null and void and ordering a new election.
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.
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