Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls+ Community Response Fund
- These grants are for projects that promote and enhance prevention and build safety for Indigenous women, girls and Two Spirit+ people.
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Learn more about Partnerships for Success and the positive outcomes they create for Indigenous businesses, communities and organizations.
Since 2006, the Ministry of Social Services has partnered with the Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. (CUMFI) to provide positive outcomes for Saskatoon residents in the areas of child and family services, supports for persons with disabilities, and affordable housing.
The Government of Saskatchewan is committed to improving relationships with Indigenous communities, supporting survivors and families, and securing a better quality of life for Saskatchewan's families and communities.
The NSEQC helps bring northern residents together to consider issues surrounding the development and operation of uranium mining and milling facilities.
In 2019, the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) launched the Tiny House Project, which gives Indigenous students the opportunity to build a finished, fully functioning home over a period of five months.
Since 1992, the Governments of Canada, Saskatchewan and 33 First Nations have signed settlements modelled on the Saskatchewan Treaty Land Entitlement Framework Agreement.
Saskatchewan becomes the first province in Canada to mark Treaty boundaries along major provincial highways.
Read the latest profiles, or browse the full list of partnerships from all areas of the province.
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