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Weekend News in Brief

Here is a roundup of news making headlines in Indigenous country and beyond this weekend.

Rez dog commandos conduct daring raid
Rez dog commandos conducted a daring raid on Friday evening, snatching several key pieces of meat from a family cookout on the Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba. A high-ranking rez dog official said no-one was injured in the operation, which involved 11 members of rez dog special forces.

New ‘Indian Affairs Glasses’ recalled
Just days after announcing that Indian Affairs eyewear from the Chuck Strahl and Bernard Valcourt lines would be discontinued, Health Canada issued a massive recall of the replacement Jane Philpott and Carolyn Bennett Collection. A spokesperson for Health Canada said the new glasses have an unexpected misty and rose-colored tint.

Montana’s unveils massive new moose wings
Montana’s restaurants unveiled a new menu item sure to delight Indigenous families — moose wings. The wings are actually whole moose hind quarters, breaded, deep-fried and then slathered with an assortment of sauces. A company spokesperson said the dish could take days or even weeks to fully consume.