Saskatoon Tribal Council

STC 2020 - 2021 Annual Report Now Available

Supporting Communities Through Adversity

STC improves the quality of life of First Nations, living on and off reserve, through mutually beneficial partnerships with community organizations and industry. Opportunities for improved living are accessed through health, safety, economic development and education programs and services, and community financial investments. Acting as a representative body for seven First Nations, STC employs more than 250 people throughout various locations.

We invite you to read about our experiences, outcomes, and successes across STC as we share how the past year was about supporting communities through adversity.

> Download and Read STC 2020-21 Annual Report (pdf)


September 30: New National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Residential School Survivors

September 30 (#OrangeShirtDay) is the newly designated National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Residential School Survivors. This day provides opportunities for education, reflection, and community-building. 

This national federal statutory holiday answers the TRC's Call to Action #80 which states:

Commemoration

We call upon the federal government, in collaboration with Aboriginal peoples, to establish, as a statutory holiday, a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour Survivors, their families, and communities, and ensure that public commemoration of the history and legacy of residential schools remains a vital component of the reconciliation process.

"Celebrating, educating, and sharing our culture with the community is the way through the dark history of Residential Schools to heal our intergenerational trauma and improve the quality of life for our people," explains Saskatoon Tribal Chief Mark Arcand. "It is by coming together united in a common cause of truth and reconciliation that we build community and strengthen relationships to move forward in a good way."

We affirm: before reconciliation, there must be truth.

#truthandreconciliation#residentialschools#residentialschoolsurvivors



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

Opportunities for improved living are accessed through programs and services in health, safety, economic development, education, and financial investments in the broader community. Acting as a representative body for seven First Nations, STC delivers programs and services to those living in member communities and Saskatoon.

  • 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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  • 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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Job posting closes November 8, 2021 at 4:30 p.m.

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