Budgets are tight across the province and small communities often feel it the most. That’s one of the reasons the principle-teacher of Uranium City’s school was thrilled to receive money from the Six Rivers Fund.
82 students arrived in Prince Albert for three days of workshops in the areas of stage presence, song-writing, singing and much more.
While winter is just setting in, the residents on the Fond du Lac First Nation can see past the snow to sunny days
The Ile a la Crosse Safety Board vowed last spring to follow through with initiatives to make its community safer, particularly addressing issues of violence and illegal drug activity. One of the priorities was to get more community members involved.
The Woodland Cree in northern Saskatchewan gather each summer to celebrate their strong language, promote traditional culture and bring their communities together to discuss how they can work together.
Last summer’s success on the water continues to inspire the youth in Pelican Narrows.
Community leaders from across northern Saskatchewan, Cameco, and AREVA Resources Canada have established a legacy trust fund that will provide funding for community projects for decades to come.