Luncheon en Vogue report:
$34,000 raised in support of SSAIC programs and services. Thank you to all of our sponsors, guests, and supporters. Check out highlights from the event on our Facebook page, with photos generously provided by Jen Talloden Photography.
An important message for parents of children of all genders. Consent in this context is so important as a building block for future relationships.
After the #MeToo movement went viral, the number of sexual assaults reported by police increased across Canada. According to Statistics Canada, Saskatchewan had the smallest increase of any province. Unlike other provinces, Saskatchewan, lacks a provincial strategy to address sexual assault … Read more in this CBC article
The Muscowequan Indian Residential School opened in 1889 and ceased operation in 1997. The last standing residential school in Saskatchewan, the structure is a bitter reminder of the legacy of the school system. In this poignant CTV interview, a survivor revisits Saskatchewan’s last standing residential school and shares her memories of the school . Vera Slippery’s experiences affected her very being – who she is and what she does. Some want the school torn down while others want to preserve the building to teach future generations about the legacy of residential schools. An unflinching look at a dark part of our country’s past.
Watch for our #GivingTuesday campaign happening Tuesday, November 27, or get ahead on your holiday giving and donate now!
Help SSAIC win a cash prize! The Better Good Fundraiser
Make a post on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #itsforthebettergood and tell the world why SSAIC is your favourite Saskatchewan non-profit – share what makes us amazing and why SSAIC should win the prize. Your feedback counts! Post now!
Because we could all use a laugh…