Go home. Get a job. Fucking Indians. Those are the kinds of things Prescott Demas says are yelled out of car windows at him and his tent mates huddled around a campfire just outside the Saskatchewan Legislative Building.
The Gathering Place in Regina is offering Indigenous language classes in a new way, through a weekly live streaming class on the File Hills Tribal Council’s Facebook page. “I don’t want my grandchildren to not hear that language being spoken,” says Cory Generoux.
Is it ever too late to a make change in an individual’s life or even an entire community? Should money, age, race or status become an obstacle and an excuse? One fairly young grandmother has made it her life’s mission to bring the people of Regina closer together with the city’s brand new Indigenous radio...
It is the fourth time that the University of Regina has held its annual Have a Heart Day campaign, part of a nation-wide campaign to raise awareness about inequalities faced by First Nations children. The event kicked off a week of activities.
One week after Chief Justice Murray Sinclair visited the University of Regina to discuss the Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommendations, a roundtable discussion was organized by staff and faculty on campus to continue the conversation.