The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor seeks to be an enabling partner with industry, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities – as well as other ministries across government – to build safe, healthy and vibrant communities.
The key functions include:
Aboriginal intergovernmental relations
Working to build and strengthen government relationships with individual First Nations, Tribal Councils, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), the Métis-Nation Saskatchewan (MN-S), service delivery organizations, the federal government, and other levels of government.
Engagement and facilitation of practical approaches with and between governments, First Nations, Métis and other stakeholders
Leading or co-leading, as necessary, engagement and facilitation of First Nations and Métis participation in government initiatives.
Policy advice and support to ministries
Provides analysis and advice on government policy and program initiatives, issues and provincial interests. It also gives advice or guidance on building effective relationships and partnerships with First Nations and Métis citizens and organizations.