STC's Vision

STC is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our seven First Nation communities and the First Nations community in Saskatoon.

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STC's Vision

Quality of Life Strategy

STC's creates opportunities for success in education, health, safety and economic development.

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Quality of Life Strategy

Partnerships

Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) improves the quality of life of First Nations through mutually beneficial partnerships with community organizations and industry.

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Welcome to the Saskatoon Tribal Council Website

On behalf of our seven member First Nations Chiefs, Elders and employeeswelcome to the STC website.

The website is intended to act as a hub of useful resources and program information for the betterment of our First Nations community through employment, program and service information and STC community information.

The site is a great place to celebrate our successes and growth as First Nations in Saskatchewan.  Herein, you will find program updates, community initiatives, event information, photos, information on our partnerships, and more.

Those seeking organizational information will find our website an exceptional source of information, awareness and education about STC, its member nations, special events and First Nation culture and traditions.  We welcome you to learn about our organization and our role in the community.

Thank you

nanaskumtin (Cree)    mee’gwich (Saulteaux)     pidameya (Dakota)

Latest News


NHL Hockey Great visits kids at White Buffalo Youth Lodge

06 Jul 2016

A current NHL star and former Blade working to make a difference in our community


Latest Events


Scholarship for Indigenous Yoga Teacher Training

28 Jul 2016

***Scholarship Opportunity*** Indigenous Yoga Teacher Training Are you a First-Nations or Métis resident in Saskatchewan who wants to bring the healing power of yoga to your community? Win tuition for a yoga teacher-training...[more]


Employment Opportunities


CFS Protection Worker

26 Jul 2016

External

Mistawasis/Muskeg Lake - Closes August 09, 2016[more]