FSIN calls drunk driving 'a significant stain on the province'
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is calling for a more comprehensive effort to try and stop people from drinking and driving in the province.
"Our prayers go out to the many family and friends of the victims of drinking and driving," said FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron.
The appeal comes a little more than a week after a Saskatoon family was killed on the highway just outside the city, when their car was rammed by an alleged drunk driver. A mother, father and two young children died in that crash.