The Aboriginal Career Centre at the University of Regina offers both spiritual and academic support for First Nations students

By Jill Mitchell Growing up in Saskatchewan’s Sweetgrass First Nations community, Ryan Albert spent many days immersed in tradition—hunting, fishing, conversing in his native language, Cree, and spending time with his late grandfather Leon Moberly, who taught him the protocols, aspects, and life lessons of nature. It was this deep…

From dust to pink gold: A retired GM’s look back on 42 years of potash mining in Esterhazy

By Jaime Rieger The K1 and K2 operations back in 2009. They were both Mosaic at the time. (IMC became Mosaic in 2004). Photos courtesy of the Mosaic Company.   Esterhazy is the potash capital of the world; there really is no other way to say it. The people who…

Rocanville’s Finest: Saskatchewan Mine Rescue Program is the talk of the province

By Jillian Mitchell Mine rescue training underground at PotashCorp’s Rocanville mine.   On a crisp September day in 2012, work began as usual in the Rocanville mine. The 29 miners were midway through their 12-hour shift when the fire alarm sounded. by