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Jon Perez

Jon Perez

Jon Perez started writing in college when he joined the official weekly student newspaper of the University of the East in Manila, Philippines, during the early 1990s. From there, after college, he worked his way up from being a correspondent to a desk editor in various media outlets — publishing, broadcasting, and online. His last employment, before moving to Saskatchewan with his family in 2019, was with the Saipan Tribune in the U.S. territory of the CNMI. He was assigned to cover sports events, the CNMI legislature and local politics, federal immigration and labour issues, departments under the CNMI Governor’s Office, and other U.S. federal agencies.

Recent Work by Jon

École Victoria students memorialize residential school survivors

École Victoria students memorialize residential school survivors

A mural has been made to honour and acknowledge the impact of residential schools on Métis survivors.
Daniels still on a high after getting Jets scouting job

Daniels still on a high after getting Jets scouting job

Daniels will also provide a fresh set of eyes for other Jets scouts.
More action needed to continue survivors' healing journey: Métis federation

More action needed to continue survivors' healing journey: Métis federation

Orange banners will be scattered around the city.
Canadian bishops set to announce plenary meeting results

Canadian bishops set to announce plenary meeting results

Separate papal bulls issued by Pope Nicholas V and Pope Alexander VI were used by colonizers to expand their respective territories.
We’re more than just numbers, says residential school survivor

We’re more than just numbers, says residential school survivor

The Survivors' Flag is a collaboration of all survivors across Canada.
Mistawasis Nêhiyawak's Daniels blazes trail for women in hockey

Mistawasis Nêhiyawak's Daniels blazes trail for women in hockey

Sydney Daniels graduated with a psychology degree from Harvard.
Saskatoon Tribal Council invites everyone to free celebration

Saskatoon Tribal Council invites everyone to free celebration

"The biggest thing that people can do is just introduce yourself and ask them how they are doing.” — Arcand
Saskatoon firefighter training facility to benefit region

Saskatoon firefighter training facility to benefit region

The facility will have classrooms and controlled simulations for training.
Dene Chief welcomes economic growth through rare earth minerals

Dene Chief welcomes economic growth through rare earth minerals

Magnets processed from rare earth minerals are used in electric vehicles.
Buffalo's Friesen going up against establishment parties

Buffalo's Friesen going up against establishment parties

Mark Friesen has thrown his hat for this year's byelection.