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Letter of the Day: Minister needs to go now

I note the use of the term “Infusion” when Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre refers to treaty education in our Saskatchewan curriculum. She could’ve used the word “integration,” but that term wouldn’t send the message that she is trying to send. 257 more words

Letters

Letters to the editor, December 7, 2017

Eyre disrespects the history and intent of treaty agreements

As grand chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC), I am compelled to respond when necessary to public officials when there is a disrespect towards the history and intent of treaty agreements. 533 more words

Letters

Letter of the Day: Teaching for reconciliation

Treaty Education is a fundamental piece of Saskatchewan history. The impact of treaty on the settlers and the First Nations peoples is undeniable. As a descendent of settler people, I have needed to find my way to a place of hope for the future while understanding the complicity of my ancestors in the mistreatment of First Nations and Métis people in the past. 266 more words

Saskatchewan

Letters to the editor, December 2, 2017

Teaching for reconciliation

Treaty Education is a fundamental piece of Saskatchewan history. The impact of treaty on the settlers and the First Nations peoples is undeniable. 547 more words

Politics

Letters: Two views of Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre

Eyre must be replaced

I was the Minister of Learning when the NDP government of the day introduced Teaching Treaties in the Classroom. This ground-breaking, innovative concept uses modules specifically designed for grades K-12, each grade getting material suitable for their age. 298 more words

Letters

Purple Leaves

Purple resurfaces on her bare arm

with emerging treaties and settled wars

And prides that dimmed her unsettled shimmer

are now borne by faded stars. 71 more words

Poem