Since 1997, Eagle Feather News has been a high-quality, newsworthy publication dealing with topics of interest to our readers in Saskatchewan's First Nation and Métis communities. Contributing writers such as Maria Campbell, Warren Goulding, Dr. Winona Wheeler, Paul Chartrand, Jessica Iron and Sandra Ahenakew deliver smart journalism and commentary to issues such as justice, wellness, business, politics, sports, and the arts.
With 12 issues per year and 10,000 copies per issue, Eagle Feather News is the most widely circulated Aboriginal newspaper in Saskatchewan. Eagle Feather News is created, printed, and distributed monthly in Saskatchewan by an amazing network of talented people all from Saskatchewan.
Eagle Feather News is a grass roots organization. We proudly sponsor a variety of communities and events in Saskatchewan including the First Nation Summer and Winter Games, Back to Batoche, the FSIN Cultural Celebration and Powwow and many other grass root and non-profit organizations. As well, our people contribute their time and energy to many worthy causes, speaking in schools, and generally helping to build a better community.
John Lagimodiere is a Saskatoon born Métis entrepreneur and the publisher and editor of Eagle Feather News. He is also the owner of ACS Aboriginal Consulting Services
Lagimodiere’s media experience extends beyond publishing Eagle Feather News to include hosting his own national CBC radio show, As If, which won a regional Radio and Television News Director Award, guest hosting for CBC radio programs regionally and nationally and providing political commentary for television and radio.
In his consulting business, Lagimodiere works with a variety of clients in the public and private sector that are looking to hire, retain, and build relationships with Aboriginal people. He also sits on various boards and committees such as the Affinity Credit Union District Council and the Employment Insurance Board of Referees. John can be reached at JohnL@eaglefeathernews.com or (306) 978-8118.
Warren Goulding, Associate Editor, has been with Eagle Feather News since 1999. Warren Goulding’s work has appeared in Canadian publications including: MacLean’s, the Globe & Mail, and various newspapers across the country. He has also written for the Hong Kong Sunday Morning Post and several business magazines in Canada.
In 1999 Goulding began work on Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada’s Indifference. It quickly reached an audience from coast to coast, became a Canadian bestseller, and won a 2001 Saskatchewan Book Award in the Non-Fiction category.
Currently, Goulding is also the publisher of the Chemainus Valley Courier, a monthly community newspaper. Warren Goulding can be reached in Chemainus by phoning (250) 246-1448 or email
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