Northern Saskatchewan First Nation suffering under corrupt, inept leadership
While the case ultimately went nowhere, due to the main whistleblower, Larry Iron, backing off his earlier affidavits stating that he had engaged in vote-buying to help the chief and council gain re-election, the community was left with a leadership that many felt was “illegitimate.”
“Useless Indian” among racist signs found by indigenous community
The day the signs were found the community had planned lessons in tipis, pipe ceremonies, bannock making, and a sweat lodge ceremony for men.
RCMP lay charges on 70-year-old Saskatchewan woman for cocaine trafficking
Police have not released how much cocaine was seized, but the woman was indeed taken into custody as a result of the search.
Man dies in Winnipeg police custody—family demands answers
Randy Cochrane was taken into police custody on Sunday. On Monday, he was pronounced dead in a hospital.