First Nations cigarette makers can’t compete with the discount products of “Big Tobacco” if provincial governments continue to meddle in the First Nations tobacco trade, says a former Saskatchewan cigarette wholesaler.
Controversy continues to swirl around a Manitoba grand chief’s drunk driving conviction.
The grand chief of the biggest First Nations organization in Saskatchewan has pleaded guilty to drinking and driving.
Authorities in British Columbia and Saskatchewan have recently seized thousands of cigarettes shipped by a Mohawk tobacco company in Kahnawake, Que., aiming to establish a reserve-based distribution network throughout the Western provinces, APTN National News has learned.
A Regina corner’s inquest jury has delivered a shocking discovery in the death of a three-year-old First Nations child.
Saskatchewan First Nations are bracing the impact the Human Rights Act once it comes into force on reserves on June. 19.
Two elected First Nations leaders in Saskatchewan are facing drug trafficking charges after a six month investigation in the Yorkton-Kamsack area.
The chief of a Saskatchewan First Nation has been arrested as part of an alleged prescription drug ring, RCMP said.
Flash mobs are all the rage on Internet sites like YouTube.