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The Ministry of Trade and Export Development supports Advanced Business Match (ABM), a networking event that maximizes business opportunities for Indigenous people in Saskatchewan.
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.
Since 2000, the Community Wildfire Mitigation Program has played a proactive role in reducing wildfire risk to communities in central and northern Saskatchewan.
Since 2013, the Cowessess Renewable Energy Storage Facility has been supplying clean electricity to Saskatchewan’s power grid.
In the summer of 2016, students from the communities of La Loche and Clearwater River Dene Nation began the Dene Teacher Education Program (DTEP) in pursuit of a Bachelor of Indigenous Education degree. As of October 2020, 21 students have completed the Dene Teacher Education Program.
SaskWater’s First Nations Operator Training Program has a long history of providing hands-on training and support to Indigenous water and wastewater operators in Saskatchewan.
Following Their Voices (FTV) is a made-in-Saskatchewan education initiative designed to improve First Nations, Métis and Inuit student outcomes, including graduation rates.
In 2012, SaskPower implemented an Indigenous Procurement Policy to enable the participation of Indigenous communities and businesses in their major projects.
For more than 30 years, Mineral Surface Lease Agreements have provided the foundation for the development of supportive relationships between northern communities, mining operations and the Government of Saskatchewan.
The NSEQC helps bring northern residents together to consider issues surrounding the development and operation of uranium mining and milling facilities.
Since 1994, Tourism Saskatchewan has helped over 5,000 individuals, 95 per cent of whom are Indigenous, find meaningful employment in the
tourism industry through its Ready to Work Program.
The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General supports a province-wide Restorative Justice Initiative that works with victims, offenders and communities to address the harm caused by crime.
In 2018, Innovation Saskatchewan began a pilot project, RoboX, with the aim of introducing First Nations students to robotics, computer coding and digital literacy.
Since 2006, the Ministry of Highways has hired Roving Crews tasked with assisting in highway maintenance and construction during the summer months.
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.