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A number of pages on the Government of Saskatchewan`s web site have been professionally translated in French. These translations are identified by a yellow text box that resembles the link below and can be found in the right hand rail of the page. The home page for French-language content on this site can be found here:

Renseignements en Français

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First Nations and Métis Sponsorships

The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor may provide small sponsorships to qualifying First Nations and Métis community organizations or non-profit organizations to assist with public events that benefit Aboriginal people.  

The event must fit within the following sponsorship funding categories:

  • Education;
  • Employment;
  • Professional Development; 
  • Cultural Celebrations; and/or
  • Honouring Veterans and Elders. 

Applications will be accepted throughout the year.

Applicants are encouraged to submit sponsorship requests no less than one month before the event.  

Requests must include:

  • Event objectives and goals; 
  • Event budget (attach by email);
  • A description of the benefits to the sponsoring organization or community; 
  • Summary of past successful events (of a similar kind); 
  • Other sources of funding or in-kind supports;
  • Partnerships with other organizations or communities, if applicable; and
  • Non-profits must demonstrate "active" status with the Information Services Corporation (ISC).

Typical examples of sponsorship grants are: $500 for a community event; $1,500 for a cultural celebration, for example a Pow Wow; and $3,000 for a province-wide conference. Applicants must have at least one other source of funding or in-kind support.

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