In a landmark decision that could have wide-ranging implications on treaty rights, the federal government has been ordered to pay $4.5-million to a Saskatchewan First Nation for actions that date back to the 1885 North-West Rebellion. Click link below to see full document Saskatchewan First Nation wins $4.5-million from federal government, 131 years later
First Nations have long had grievances related to the non-fulfillment of historic treaties or the mismanagement of Indian lands and monies. The Government of Canada has made successive attempts to address these issues. Click link below to see full document Report 6—First Nations Specific Claims—Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
A professor at the University of Saskatchewan says the federal government’s carbon pricing plan could be a golden opportunity for Saskatchewan businesses and First Nations… Read More.