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The errors committed by a chief electoral officer will not cost the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations' first female vice-chief her job. Chiefs and other delegates voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to reject the ruling of an appeals body which
A prominent chief is speaking out against a decision by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations to vacate the decision of an appeals tribunal that nullified a compromised election...The tribunal investigated after candidate Sheldon Wuttunee
April 16 written decision, which was obtained by The StarPhoenix...The matter is to be addressed by the chiefs at a legislative assembly June 5 and 6. The ruling affected Jonathan, but was not the result of any wrongdoing on her part. It pertained
Fred Starblanket has retired from his duties after 35 years as one of Saskatchewan's most prominent native leaders...As First Nations musicians drummed and sang a victory song, hundreds filed past to shake Starblanket's hand and wish him well.
The leader of Fair Russia party, Sergey Mironov insists that corruption should be equated to high treason and punished with a sentence from 25 years to life behind bars...Russia's Service for Execution of Punishment has dismissed the report, calling
The man at the centre of a "starlight tour" allegation has not made a formal complaint, but Saskatoon police have still asked the provincial Public Complaints Commission to investigate. The Saskatoon Police Service has not found evidence that a 19-
Total spending on food and drink rose marginally in 2012, with supermarkets benefiting most.
Coming from family that included chiefs, elders and councillors, Jonathan said she would often sneak a seat at the negotiating table as a girl and caught the political bug early. "I didn't understand a lot of the content at that time, but I
Old and new were embraced by Saskatchewan First Nations electors who brought back former chief Perry Bellegarde and welcomed the first female vice-chief in recent memory with the election of Kimberly Jonathan. As Bellegarde and acclaimed third vice-
Simon Bird told reporters Tuesday. "The misleading statements by the (federal government) spin doctors must stop." First Nations schools continue to struggle as Ottawa refuses to fund them at a level comparable to their provincial counterparts, Bird