The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) has reintroduced its Saskatchewan Indian magazine after a 10-year hiatus, the The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations will publish a magazine about aboriginal issues, saying it wants to counter the often negative coverage in the mainstream press. CBC reports, in an effort to counter the often negative portrayal of aboriginal people and culture in mainstream news media. “The purpose of this paper is to tell our stories, the stories that we’re proud of,” says FSIN leader Chief Lawrence Joseph.
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