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Find out how the Government of Saskatchewan consults with First Nation and Métis communities about issues that may adversely impact Treaty or Indigenous rights.
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Learn more about how the Government of Saskatchewan and First Nations and Métis people are working together to improve educational and future employment outcomes.
Find First Nations business programs, services and opportunities. Connect with Aboriginal and Northern Saskatchewan Businesses.
Find contact information for organizations that offer help and support to victims of crime in our province.
Information about how the Government of Saskatchewan is working with First Nations and Métis people to carry out recommendations set out in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report.
Look up contact information for chiefs, councillors, Indigenous Affairs, Métis Nation, First Nation bands and tribal councils in Saskatchewan.
Learn about programs and initiatives for Saskatchewan’s First Nations and Métis people, including Community Initiatives.
Find out how First Nations peoples can make on-reserve purchases that are exempt from tax.
Learn more about Treaty and Aboriginal hunting and fishing rights in Saskatchewan.
Find out more about treaty areas, treaty land entitlements and specific claims.
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