Pasqua First Nation takes proactive approach to pandemic safety

By Jeanelle Mandes • EagleFeatherNews

During the 2019 Christmas break, Chief Matthew Todd Peigan paid attention to news about the new sickness in China and knew it was time to bring out the pandemic plans the First Nation had created during the 2003 and 2009 SARS and H1N1 outbreaks.

Barrier business booming for First Nation-owned company

By Evan Radford • Regina Leader-Post

Regina’s Pro Metal Industries is working almost around the clock to fill demand for plastic barriers to be used on school desks.

Sask. First Nations go hands-on with pandemic back-to-school plans

By Evan Radford • Regina Leader-Post

Some First Nations in the Treaty 4 area are digging into the details for adequate, back-to-school pandemic planning.

Sask. First Nations company creating ‘sugar cube’ barriers to fight COVID-19 spread in classrooms

By Heidi Atter · CBC News

Pro Metal Industries Ltd. is manufacturing Plexiglas desk shields, hand washing and hand sanitizer stations

FSIN partnership providing more than one million pieces of PPE for Sask. First Nations

By Creeson Agecoutay • CTV News Regina

REGINA — The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations and the Pasqua First Nation recently partnered to provide more than a million pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) for First Nations in Saskatchewan.

Pasqua First Nation working to stay on top of COVID-19

By Heather Polischuk • Regina Leader-Post

Pasqua First Nation has been getting itself prepared for COVID-19. Initiatives include colour-coded paper acting as messaging for residents.

Coronavirus: Trump Could Learn Something From a First Nations Chief in Saskatchewan

By Charles P. Pierce • Esquire Magazine

“I’d rather have a plan in place and nothing come about than having no plan and then we end up panicking.”

Sask. First Nation chief prepared for COVID-19 pandemic weeks before it hit

By Chelsea Laskowski · CBC News

Chief has been monitoring new cases daily, plans to block entry to reserve if spread worsens