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Saskatchewan Indian Articles - 1976

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January
Band Office Officially Opened By McIsaac
Indian Culture Revived
An Option To Jail
Cote Selects Sweep Rangers Tournament

February
New Agency Meets
Indian Claims Denied
Chiefs Complain
Proud To Be Red
Chief Felix Musqua Honoured At Pow-wow
The Mask Dance

March
FSI Executive - Reps Meet With Govt. And Opposition
Mirasty - McShane Honoured
Indian Art Gallery Opens
Henry Beaudry

April
Cultural College Opened In Traditional Ceremony
Years Of Struggle Worth It
Ahenakew Renews Challenge Of One Agency Concept
Oppose Gun Control
Saskatchewan Indian Wins Award
Nikaneet Band - First Treaty Day
100 Years And Looking Good
Malcolm Constant Wins Tom Longboat Award

May
Agency Re-opened In Traditional Manner
Removal Of BNA Act Concerns Senator
Indian Hunting Rights Remain Unclear
Pasqua School Burns
Saulteaux Language Stressed
Treaty 6 Plans Moving Ahead
Are The RCMP Above The Law?
Total Sports Group Formed

June
College - University Federated
300 Attend Marieval School Opening
What About Our Problem Children?

July
Indian Act Revision Is Based On Historical Facts
League Of Saskatchewan Indians
Poorman Named Outstanding Boxer

August
Indian Hunting Rights
Chief Rod Okemow Refuses Treaty Gifts

September
Noel Starblanket New NIB President
AIM Carries On Tradition Of Interference
MLA Kwasnica Supports Lucky Man Land Claim

October
Ahenakew - Kennedy - Cote And Bellegarde Elected
Getting Free From The Welfare Trap
Band Government

November
Native Policy Withdrawn
A Profile Of The Wood Mountain Reserve
Nick Bear Carries On Art Of Basket Making
Federated College Developing Smoothly

December
'Indians Have Mineral Rights'
Try A Christmas Beaver
Lady Senators Appointed
One Of Many Problems