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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) has touched the lives of hundreds of families and communities across Saskatchewan and Canada. Many still bear the grief of their loss, and to the survivors whose lives are changed forever. Statistics Canada has found that Indigenous women and girls are 12 times more likely to be murdered or missing than other Canadian women.

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Arlington Beach Camp and Conference Centre

 

Mar 3, 2022 - Mar 6, 2022

Vertebrate Palaeontology

T.rex of the Sea

An exciting fossil find in southwest Saskatchewan -- a Prognathodon. Often called the 'T.rex of the sea' because of their massive skulls and teeth adapted for a mixture of cutting and crushing -- Prognathodons are mosasaurs. "We were pleasantly surprised to find most of the front of the skull was preserved, and additional bones are running into the hillside," RSM Palaeontologist Dr. Ryan McKellar said. "This new find is going to add another incredible piece to the Saskatchewan's provincial collection held at the RSM and we want to thank Parks Canada for their assistance in this amazing discovery."

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