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Howard Cameron, second from right, died of cancer Tuesday. Courtesy Facebook.
Howard Cameron, second from right, died of cancer Tuesday. Courtesy Facebook.

Well-respected Beardy's Okemasis elder dies

From paNOW
February 12, 2013 - 4:12am Updated: November 17, 2016 - 2:38pm

Howard Cameron, a member of Beardy's Okemasis First Nation, passed away Tuesday morning in hospital. He died from cancer.

Cameron was recognized as a Ceremonial Keeper in his community since his appointment in 2000. He played an active role in the province's child welfare review.

Idle No More protestors cover their mouths in duct tape at Saskatoon City Hall. paNOW Staff.
Idle No More protestors cover their mouths in duct tape at Saskatoon City Hall. paNOW Staff.

Idle No More stands in on council meeting

From paNOW
February 12, 2013 - 1:50am Updated: November 17, 2016 - 12:37pm

François Biber

paNOW Staff

A group of Idle No More supporters staged a demonstration in Saskatoon City Council chambers.

They stood silent in the back of the room for an hour, with duct tape over their mouths, watching as councillors debated.

Joe and Margaret Ferchuck have been crowned this year's Winter Festival king and queen. James Bowler, paNOW Staff.
Joe and Margaret Ferchuck have been crowned this year's Winter Festival king and queen. James Bowler, paNOW Staff.

New couple crowned Winter Festival king and queen

From paNOW
February 11, 2013 - 10:20pm Updated: November 17, 2016 - 2:38pm

This year’s new Winter Festival royalty has been crowned.

A large crowd of supporters and board members gathered at the Margo Fournier Centre Monday night to crown the new Winter Festival King and Queen.

Mosaic Place close-up. Courtesy Moose Jaw Tourism.
Mosaic Place close-up. Courtesy Moose Jaw Tourism.

PA leaders touring Moose Jaw multiplex

From paNOW
February 11, 2013 - 9:46pm Updated: November 17, 2016 - 2:38pm

Prince Albert city officials, Raiders staff and around 30 business owners are loading up on a bus Tuesday to head to Moose Jaw.

The group will be touring Mosaic Place, the city’s multiplex facility, to get a better idea of what a building like that could mean for Prince Albert.

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