Saskatchewan First Nations want road project stopped after rare artifact discovery

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on June 5th, 2019

Sheldon Wuttunee says he felt connected to his ancestors when he held an ancient Indigenous artifact in his hands for the first time Wednesday. The fingernail-sized piece of volcanic obsidian is at the centre of a controversial road project in central Saskatchewan. Read more...

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