Metis people in Saskatchewan remembered Louis Riel by celebrating his life at Batoche where the last shots of the rebellion he led were fired.
A private collector has donated hundreds of historic artefacts to a Saskatoon organization to help keep alive the memory of a conflict that shaped a country and a people.
Experts and activists have long argued that the failure of the federal government to properly fund Aboriginal education is costing the Canadian taxpayer.
The preliminary hearing in the death of Evander Lee Daniels has wrapped.
A Saskatchewan woman who says she is the hereditary chief of the Lean Man First Nation is now calling for recognition of her family’s rights.
APTN National News Participants from across Saskatchewan and Manitoba marched in the 2011 Day of…
Questions if racism led to the death of a homeless man in Saskatchewan are on the minds of residents.
APTN National News presents the second part of the It’s Your Town feature in Flying Dust First Nation in Saskatchewan.
There is a troubling story out of Regina.