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Member Service is Co‑op’s Most Valuable Group Benefit

October 13, 2019 — Click HERE to read the article from the Saskatchewan Co-Operative Association 

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A Story of Many Nations

September 24, 2018 — In the late 90s, Joe Carter, Director of Education for Onion Lake First Nation, recognized First Nations had similar financial services needs to their non-Indigenous counterparts, but those needs weren’t being met in the same way. He saw an opportunity and went to work. Strength in Numbers Understanding how these products and services could best serve First Nations peoples was...

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Igniting Change

December 3, 2009 — Article from “Say Magazine” Herb Strongeagle, of Pasqua First Nation, was raised by his grandparents before entering Residential School at Lebret, Saskatchewan at the age of five. His grandfather was a medicine man and his grandmother a well-respected midwife. There were daily prayers and offerings with a peace pipe and sweetgrass, sweats and powwow dancing. His grandfather was a spiritual person, as...

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Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada Media Clips

January 7, 2007 — Click HERE to read the article from the Cowichan News Leader. 

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