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Saskatchewan Indian Articles - 1979

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January
F.S.I.'s Bellegarde And Sanderson Expose Fraud And Corruption In Turn Of The Century Land Surrenders
Tony Cote, A Man Of Many Achievements

February
Second Meeting Of Saskatchewan Indian Veterans Association
Band Farms: Blessing or Boondoggle
Indian and Metis Lawyers on Increase
Saskatchewan Indian Community College

March
Editorial [Chief Albert Bellegarde]
Chief Joe Williams A Tireless And Accomplished Leader
The Legend Of The Crow

April
Womens Association Revitalized
[World War I Veterans Honored]
Parent Commends War Veterans For Group Formation
The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College
First Annual Indian Authors' Conference

May
Former FSI Chief Receives Order Of Canada Medal
Indian Horsemen Complete Farrier Course At North Battleford
Oliver Cameron - Newly Established SICC Principal
The Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

June
Indian Culture Makes Mark At Mosaic '79
After 100 Years Thunderchild Remembers

July
BNA Act To Remain In Westminster
Songs Of Spirit Reach Out Through Bars
Indian Educator Honoured

August
Sacred Stem Returned To Commerorate Signing Of Treaty
Canada's First Indian-Controlled Heath Centre Opens
Large Crowds Attend Beardy's Sports Day

September
Crombie Announces New Federal Policy for Indian Health
Indian Resorts Now On The Upswing
Band Planting Program a Success in First Year
The Importance of Gardens on Indian Reserves
Indian Content To Help Examine History
Ceremonial Ends Week-Long Cultural Activity
Indian Community Honors Oldest Resident
Group Art Show Excites Interest In Vancouver

October
Sanderson Elected F.S.I. Chief
Nation Status Urged For Indians
Langan Attacks Veterans Policy
Research Reveals Background To Plight of Indian Veteran
Statement By P.A. District Chiefs
Official Opening Of Indian And Metis Friendship Centre
Residence Reunion Draws Distant Students

November/December
Chief Solomon Sanderson: Address To The 21st. General Assembly
Qu'Appelle Valley Chiefs Impress Ministers On Parliament Hill
Chiefs Take Entitlement Concerns To Ottawa
Land Rights Research Thorough, Unbiased
Public Relations Enhanced By Program
Urban Indians Formally Adhere To F.S.I.
Historic Step Taken, Leads to More Representative Government
Sapp Painting Chosen for UNICEF Greeting Card