Canada's relationship with Indigenous people has suffered as a result of the Indian Residential School System. The City recognizes it has an important leadership role to play in reconciliation, and that healing and repairing the relationship requires increased understanding of the legacy and the impacts still being felt.
About Indigenous Initiatives
The City of Saskatoon recognizes it has an important leadership role to play in our community's reconciliation journey.
Treaty 6 & Métis Homeland
Saskatoon is located on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis - learn more!
The City plays a role in Indigenous History Month events, the Rock Your Roots Walk for Reconciliation on Indigenous Peoples Day, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation/Orange Shirt Day, and the Wîcihitowin Indigenous Engagement Conference.
Indigenous Women & Girls
The City of Saskatoon is looking to harness the strength of Indigenous Women & Girls and Two-Spirit people in Saskatoon and address the factors that result in the disproportionate abuse and violence they face.
Information about reconciliation initiatives that the City is leading or participating in.
Residential School Legacy
On this page you will find more information about how the City of Saskatoon is addressing the multi-generational harm caused by residential schools.
Indigenous Technical Advisory Group
Members of First Nations and Métis communities participate in the design of City initiatives.
Helpful resources to assist community organizations and business in their communications about and for Indigenous persons and in engaging Indigenous communities.
Chief Mistawasis Bridge
Responding to the TRC Call to Action #79, the City undertook an unprecedented community-driven naming process for the originally named North Commuter Parkway / now named Chief Mistawasis Bridge.
Other Initiatives & Updates
Information about other Indigenous projects at the City of Saskatoon.