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Public Support for Ukraine

The Government of Saskatchewan is working with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress of Saskatchewan (UCC) to provide a central point of contact and coordination to help anyone arriving to the province from Ukraine to connect with the information, services and supports they need. UCC Saskatchewan will be working closely with other settlement service providers, employers and communities.

If you are looking for ways to help those who may be arriving from Ukraine, consider registering with the UCC. The UCC Saskatchewan has launched a registration process for individuals, businesses, and organizations wanting to provide employment opportunities. The registration includes options for businesses and organizations to identify monetary and non-monetary donations and offers of employment.

For other inquiries, please contact the UCC Saskatchewan at 1-888-652-5850 or by email at


1. Show Your Support

Show your support for Ukraine by downloading and printing the poster below and displaying it in your window/door at home, or display it at your workplace as a way to help welcome our Ukrainian newcomers to Saskatchewan.

Use the hashtag #SKSupportsUkraine in your social posts to show your continued support for Ukraine and those finding refuge within our province.

Saskatchewan Supports Ukraine


If you wish to donate, there are many Canadian recognized charities and local organizations that need the funds to provide the right supports to newcomers to Saskatchewan. View a list of organizations to support Ukraine.


3. Offer Employment

Employers wishing to provide employment to eligible individuals fleeing the Ukraine are encouraged to post their jobs on Use #sksupportsukraine in your job ad to communicate your commitment and interest. is connected to the National Job Bank, allowing employers to reach an even greater number of affected individuals.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is prioritizing applications received from Ukrainian applicants.

SaskJobs Employer Services provides Saskatchewan businesses with a full range of services to assist employers in sourcing, recruiting, developing and retaining a skilled workforce. For assistance, get in touch with a SaskJobs Employer Services professional by calling 1-833-354-6914 or emailing

Consider registering with UCC Saskatchewan, employment offers and position requirements can be identified by completing the Business Support registration form.

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