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Saskatchewan Indian Articles - 1972

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January
Cy Standing To Represent F.S.I. On Advisory Board
We're All Affected
Northern Radio Big Hit
The Saskatchewan Indian Women's Association
Mistawasis Warriors

February
Communications Conference Turns Into Policy Making Ploy
An Interview With Stanley Redcrow
The Saskatchewan Indian Women's Association

March
National Native Women's Conference
Treaty Research Formula Dominates N.I.B. Conference
Laval Case
Hockey Night In North Battleford

April
Indian not ready for own Police Force

May
Treaty Rights Pose Challenge
Treaty Research Answer To Land Problem
Health Benefits For Indians
Guy Williams Only Indian Senator

June
Quiet Takeover Begins
Proposed Policing On Reserves Discussed
History Of Little Red River Reserve
Canadian Sioux Sharing In U. S. Funds

July
5 Year Program For Friendship Centres
Battleford Hangings
B.C. Indians Claim Compensation

September
Cote Band Charges Breach Of Trusteeship: 13,240 Acres of Former Reserve Land Surrendered By Crown
The Warriors Of Peepeekisis

September Supplement - F.S.I. 1971-1972 Progress Report
Treaty Rights Research
Cultural College
Saskatchewan Indian Womens' Association

October
Executive Re-elected; Kennedy and Langan By Acclamation; Chief Ahenakew By An Overwhelming Majority
Commission Required For Civil Service
Treaties Broken Unlawfully
Poundmaker Honoured

November
176 Deaths From Fire
"Human Rights Legislation Done Nothing For Justice Of Native People" - Courchene
Little Pine Chief Eli Bear

December
Hunting Rights Disrupted
The Dreavers Of Mistawasis: A Saga Of Service