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Saskatchewan Scholarship of Honour

Important information about a possible Canada Post service disruption.

The Saskatchewan Scholarship of Honour recognizes Saskatchewan men and women serving in the Canadian Forces. The value of the scholarship is $5,000.


1. Eligibility

To be eligible, a candidate must be:

  • Enrolled in a post-secondary institution anywhere in Canada; and
  • A returning soldier who actively served in designated military operations in the Canadian Forces (Regular or Reserves), after January 2001; and
  • A returning soldier who is a current or former Saskatchewan resident; or
  • The spouse or child of a permanently disabled or deceased soldier* who served in designated military operations after January 2001 and who is or was a Saskatchewan resident.

* The permanent disability or death must have occurred while on a designated military operation or as a result of a designated military operation.

Scholarship awards are initiated by the candidate’s application. Returning soldiers and their family (spouse and children) all may apply for the scholarship at the same time.


2. How to Apply

To apply, please complete the appropriate application forms below.

In addition to the completed application form, a copy of the following documentation is required to support a candidate’s application:

  • Unit Employment Record with documentation of service; or
  • Medical documentation to support disability claim; and
  • Confirmation of enrolment (see form above) at a post-secondary institution in Canada (to be completed within 30 days of the course of study start date).

Applications can be mailed or dropped off at:

Student Service Centre
1120 - 2010 12th Avenue

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