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The S.S. North West, a steamship which measured 200-feet in length, was used to transport the 200 or more rifles into the North Sask. River in 1885.
The S.S. North West, a steamship which measured 200-feet in length, was used to transport the 200 or more rifles into the North Sask. River in 1885. submitted photo/Prince Albert Historical Society

Researchers work to retrieve Poundmaker weapons from North Sask. River

By Brady Bateman
November 15, 2018 - 5:00pm Updated: November 15, 2018 - 5:41pm

Researchers in Saskatchewan may soon begin the hunt for weapons that have been lost to the world for more than 130 years.

The Saskatchewan government has announced they will begin distributing safe inhalation supplies in an effort to tackle high HIV and Hepatitis C rates in the province.
The Saskatchewan government has announced they will begin distributing safe inhalation supplies in an effort to tackle high HIV and Hepatitis C rates in the province. YouTube/Screenshot

Sask. to begin distribution of safer inhalation supplies

By Brady Bateman
November 9, 2018 - 5:00pm

Drug users in Saskatchewan will soon be given a safer option for inhalation supplies after the Saskatchewan Health Authority announced they will be supplying community based organizations (CBOs) and Saskatchewan’s provincially funded harm reduction sites with safer inhalation supplies.

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