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Saskatchewan Indian Articles - 1989

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John B. Tootoosis: 1899 - 1989
Put An End To The Meech Lake Accord: Editorial
Pihtikwahanapiwiyin (Poundmaker's Escape)

FSIN Statement on Post-Secondary Policy
First Native RCMP Troop Graduates
Green Lake Indians Commemorate Signing Of Adhesion To Treaty Six
Onion Lake Band Opens Service Station
A Growing Soul
Traditional Cree Philosophy: Death, Bereavement And Healing
Indian Women
Indian & Inuit Nurses of Canada
Rebirth of Women Warriors
SIFC Enrollment Continues to Rise
Community Health Worker; Shirley McNab
Story of a Crow Woman
Chili for Children

Onion Lake Elder Appointed To The Order Of Canada
Two New Appointees To FSIN Senate
Ottawa's Assault On First Nations Education
The Indian Economy In Saskatchewan
Indians and Buffalos
Alternate Funding Arrangements
The Last of the Traditional Chiefs
My Family History: Mrs. Harriet McCallum

Historic Agreements Between Federal Government And FSIN
Indian Women Will Form Our Future Professional Class
Almightyvoice Education Centre Official Opening
Legal Action Underway on Land Entitlement
Wild Rice Brings Agriculture North
Waterhen Bison Ranch Under Construction
Funding Approved Under The Native Economic Development Program

Pasqua Treaty Gathering: June 23-29, 1989
Native Claims
The Bureau Of Indian Affairs: The American Approach
Mistahi - Muskwa (Big Bear)
Spiritual Rediscovery Key To Healing
Indian Self Help Key to Treatment
Wanted: Indian Health Professionals
Wanuskewin Heritage Park: A Rich Treasure Of Indian History

"Coyote" On European Tour
Saulteaux Band Signs Alternative Funding Agreement
Profile: Ron Peigan
Bands Charged With Illegal Gaming Operations - Will Continue To Run Bingos
Gordon Ahenakew Steps Down as Grand Chief of Saskatchewan Indian Veterans Association
Saskatchewan Indian Federated College: Canada's Only Indian Controlled Academic Institution
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre: Offers Support to Indian Educational Development
Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies: Provides a side range of Technical Training
Indian Business Management Training Inagurated
The Battle at Battle River - December 4, 1865

Indian Veterans Remember: Peter Bird, Saskatchewan Light Infantry
The Pratt Family [Indian Veterans Remember]
Indian Veterans Remember: Isiah Halkett, SL39163
Allan Bird SL4779 [Indian Veterans Remember]
Indian Veterans Remember: Lawrence Weenie, SL4638
Native Languages to be Allowed in Jury Trials in the N.W.T.
SIAP Is Planning for Long Term Self-Sufficiency
Artists Protest Columbus Celebrations
A Native Perspective On Corrections