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MĒ TA WĒ TĀN Programs

Mandatory Masks

Effective September 1, non-medical face masks are required when accessing the City’s indoor facilities including indoor rinks.  Masks are required for spectators and participants on the ice.  According to the Government of Saskatchewan public health order, youth athletes under age 18 are exempt from the masking order for indoor youth athletics and while they are actively engaged in athletic activity. Masking in venues hosting youth athletics will remain required for general entry and exit into the facility, for athletes and spectators. 

Whatever your age there is a MĒ TA WĒ TĀN program for you. MĒ TA WĒ TĀN programs are a fun way for all ages to get active in sport, culture and recreation. Whether you a tiny tot learning how to jig, taking a class with an Indigenous instructor, or learning the art of Indigenous drums and song, attending a MĒ TA WĒ TĀN class means you’ll meet others with similar cultural interests, learn more about the Indigenous traditions, and get active in an environment that helps you learn the tools to a healthier lifestyle and staying active. You’ll always feel welcome and have loads of fun at the City of Saskatoon’s MĒ TA WĒ TĀN programs. 

Youth Centres

Free!  For ages 10 to 14 years, the MĒ TA WĒ TĀN  youth centres are the perfect gathering place to get active, meet new friends, and have some fun in the evening. Youth centres have been cancelled until further notice. 

Little Sisters in Action

Since 2011, the City of Saskatoon has organized a program called ‘Little Sisters in Action.’ The program objective is to increase and expose physical activities for Indigenous girls, ages 10-14yrs. The event is designed to focus on promoting an active and healthy lifestyle through various physical activities, and to enhance self-confidence through a leadership development, and to connect to traditional teachings from an Elder. The program supports the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action #90:

We call upon the federal government to ensure that national sports policies, programs, and initiatives are inclusive of Aboriginal peoples, including, but not limited to, establishing: i. In Collaboration with provincial and territorial governments, stable funding for, and access to, community sports programs that reflect the diverse cultures and traditional sporting activities of Aboriginal peoples.

From 2011-2017, the ‘Little Sisters in Action’ program was traditionally a one-day event were participants experienced a variety of 6 activities. Through observation and evaluation, it was recognized that participants would benefit exponentially if the girls were given an opportunity to generate a longer bond with role models, and to foster lifelong friendships. In 2018, the program evolved from a one-day event to a seven week program to better meet the need of the community.

Program Cancellations are subject to change based on provincial COVID 19 guidelines.

Upcoming Programs

Fitness Boot Camp
          Details to follow.

Run Club
          Details to follow.