INBUILT93 - Indigenious-Newcomer Engagement

In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call #93 primarily “calling upon the federal government to advance the knowledge of newcomers to Canada of the diverse Aboriginal peoples of Canada, including information about the Treaties…,” the Saskatchewan Association of Immigrant Settlement and Integration Agencies [SAISIA], the Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan [AFCS] and SaskCulture entered into a partnership agreement to implement a Saskatchewan-wide community engagement project titled INBUILT93 (Indigenous-Newcomer Building Intercultural Learning on Treaties – 93) in 5 Saskatchewan communities : Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, North Battleford, and La Ronge.

 

Handbook for Newcomers on Indigenious Treaties and Reconciliation

Initiatives and Resources Available to Newcomers to Saskatchewan

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Immigrants and Reconciliation

We acknowledge that we operate on Treaty 6 territory, the traditional gathering land of 31 Indigenous peoples and the homeland of the Métis. We reaffirm our relationship with the Indigenous Peoples of this territory- this is an important part of our history and an important part of our future.

2020-2021 SAISIA Member Agencies

The Humboldt Regional Newcomer Centre Inc.
African Canadian Resource Network
Prince Albert YWCA
Global Gathering Place
Moose Jaw Multicultural Council
Prince Albert Multicultural Council
Regina Open Door Society Inc.
Saskatoon Open Door Society Inc.
Saskatchewan Intercultural Association
International Women of Saskatoon
Regina Immigrant Women Centre
Catholic Family Services (CFS)
Carlton Trail College
Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise
Battleford Immigration Resource Centre
Cumberland College
Parkland College
Réseaux en immigration francophone de la Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society
Saskatchewan Polytechnic - Regina
TESL Saskatchewan
North West College
Together We Can
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