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The community of La Loche was rocked with tragedy last year, as a 17-year-old shooter walked into the Dene Community School, killing two and wounding seven others after killing two at a home near the school.
The community of La Loche was rocked with tragedy last year, as a 17-year-old shooter walked into the Dene Community School, killing two and wounding seven others after killing two at a home near the school. File photo/paNOW Staff

One year later in La Loche

By Bryan Eneas
January 22, 2017 - 8:00am

Today is a day of mourning in northern Saskatchewan.

Acting principal Greg Hatch provided an update on the mentality of students, one year after one of their peers shot and killed two of their classmates, during a press conference hosted at the La Loche Dene Community School.
Acting principal Greg Hatch provided an update on the mentality of students, one year after one of their peers shot and killed two of their classmates, during a press conference hosted at the La Loche Dene Community School. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

La Loche leaders feel abandoned one year after tragedy

By Bryan Eneas
January 9, 2017 - 5:55pm

Just shy of marking one year since a terrible tragedy, the community of La Loche is still trying to find itself.

Chief Peter Beatty from the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (right), Prince Albert Grand Council Chief Grand Chief Ron Michel (center) and Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron (left) made an appearance at the Prince Albert Food Bank to donate almost 200 pounds of traditional meats.
Chief Peter Beatty from the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (right), Prince Albert Grand Council Chief Grand Chief Ron Michel (center) and Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron (left) made an appearance at the Prince Albert Food Bank to donate almost 200 pounds of traditional meats. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

FSIN donates wild meat to food bank

By Bryan Eneas
December 12, 2016 - 2:00pm

After a donation of bison meat this early winter, the food bank is getting yet another donation of traditional wild meat.

Two-hundred youth, leaders, and frontline workers from across Saskatchewan have gathered in Prince Albert to listen to Dr. Darien Thira speak about strategies to address the crisis situation in northern Saskatchewan.
Two-hundred youth, leaders, and frontline workers from across Saskatchewan have gathered in Prince Albert to listen to Dr. Darien Thira speak about strategies to address the crisis situation in northern Saskatchewan. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Colonization root of suicide crisis: Psychologist

By Bryan Eneas
December 6, 2016 - 5:00pm

Shifting from a reactive to a proactive response to tcrisis has been the Prince Albert Grand Council's (PAGC) topic of discussion over the last two days.

Dr Darien Thira is a psychologist with experience worldwide in addressing suicide in Indigenous communities.

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