by F. P. Favel for Indigenous Times News 1996 Winnipeg vigil, Edee O’Meara, Emily Rivers, Cheryl Edwards, LannaMoon Perrin, Heather Milton-Lightening Edee O’Meara and her children March 8, 2015, International Women’s Day was celebrated on the Poundmaker Cree Nation, Saskatchewan, by Anishinabe poet Edee O’Meara with family and friends in a small ceremony around a

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by F.P. Favel for Indigenous Times News Chief Duane Antoine, dosage Poundmaker Cree Nation Fire safety on First Nations has been on the minds of many in light of the recent tragedy that took place at Makwa Sahgaiehcan on February 17, troche 2015, when a house fire took the lives of two young children. A

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[Correction: misprint of Alexandra’s name in newspaper, correct spelling used in online post] by Armand LaPlante  Alexandra Thomson is from Carry the Kettle First Nation; she grew up in Regina and attended O’Neill high school. Shortly after graduating grade 12 in French immersion, Alexandra moved to Saskatoon in 2010 to attend the University of Saskatchewan

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