Mansil Fiddler from Regina, SK, has been issuing challenges for First Nations people (status or non-status), “in a FRIENDLY MANNER to sing in your native language in any styles of music on this list http://www.musicgenreslist.com.”
NO POWWOW NO ROUND DANCE OR ANY TRADITIONAL SONGS …but it has to be sung in your native tongue it does not have to be perfect as long as it is appropriate even if you know a couple words that’s fine. More information can be found below.
(I love your heat) by Veronica Johnny champion of the Northwest Territories the song style/genre that was covered Rock alternative.
Contact: Mansil Fiddler @ 306-205-8863
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnp9VDwGHM0IUcnWK-sYgiA
This Monthly Challenge is to help you learn your Native language if you don’t know it by now
And if you do, this will help you learn more.
The Lac La Ronge Indian Band central office is doing a survey to find out how the membership feels about it’s current services and to explore new ideas. Please complete the linked surveys below to let us know what you think and to provide suggestions on how to improve.
There will be a draw for a BBQ, so please provide your name, number and community, in the indicated text boxes at the beginning of the surveys.
For more information, please contact:
Josy Roske – (306) – 425 – 4938
Kathleen Desautels (306) – 425 – 4938
Donna Charles – (306) – 425 – 5015
Thank you for your interest in having your child participate in the LLRIB Rookie Baseball League! If you have any questions, please contact your LLRIB Rookie League Coordinator:
Phone Number: (W) 306-425-4852 (C) 306-420-4057
Email Address: Alannah_Ratt_04@hotmail.com
This form must be completed by July 1st in full for each student to participate in the LLRIB Rookie Baseball League
Apply for Funding, deadline extended to JUNE 15, 2019 –
→ FORMS & MANUALS – http://llribedu.ca/forms-manuals/
- The Liberal Arts Certificate is a Community-Based Program,
offered by Lac La Ronge Indian Band, Gabriel Dumont
Institute and the University of Regina, in the Community of
Lac La Ronge.
- This is a 16 month program.
- Courses will be delivered in a face-to-face format, allowing
for more one on one time with instructors.
- The Community-Based Liberal Arts Certificate Program
consists of 12 courses.
- This program is designed with an Indigenous Studies
focus and provides the academic supports to better ensure
- At the end of 16 months successful students will have their
Liberal Arts Certificate through the University of Regina,
which can transfer into degree programs at the University of
Regina or elsewhere.
For more information contact Tammy Robinson
306-425-7969 | Tammy.Robinson@llribedu.ca