News & Notices

2015 Saskatchewan First Nations Games

July 28, 2015

The Town of Naicam is pleased to announce that the Lance Runners for the 2015 Saskatchewan First Nations Games, from the Muskoday First Nation,  will be staying at the Naicam Campground on Wednesday, July 29, 2015.    Their team consists of  16 runners, 4 chaperones and 4 elders who are heading to the 2015 Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games in Ochapowace.   Everyone is welcome to come out and talk to the athletes on Wednesday evening.  Let’s cheer them on and make them feel welcome!

Historically the lance run was performed by scouts within First Nation culture as they looked for seasonal camps or to spread important messages through communities. As they searched through new territory they would be met, honoured, and helped through their journey.  Today the lance run is comparative to the Olympic flame which is carried throughout communities prior to the start of the Olympics. This is where the lance run parallels the Olympic flame in it is taken through communities prior to the NAIG with welcoming ceremonies held at numerous First Nations communities throughout Saskatchewan. (Copied from


July 10, 2015

If you know a resident of Naicam and area that should be recognized on the radio and/or on this webpage for celebrating a birthday or anniversary milestone (ex. 50th Anniversary or 90th Birthday) please contact Gwen by calling (306) 874-2228 or by email at  Please try to submit the information to us at least a week in advance.


May 4, 2015

We will be adding more information on a regular basis so please check back frequently for updates.