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SGEU donates $3,000 to Hector Thiboutot Community School

Donation will help ensure children have full stomachs so they can focus on their studies   The Saskatchewan Government & General Employees’ Union (SGEU) has…

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Feb 01, 2023
Recognition Dates

During Black History Month, Canadians celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black…

Feb 01, 2023
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Indigenous Storytelling Month First Nations people have long passed on knowledge from…

Feb 07, 2023
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Save Our SLGA Stores

Times are tough for Saskatchewan residents. The government isn't making it easier. They decided to privatize the retail side of SLGA and close all public liquor stores; stores that make a profit. That means less money to support public…

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Homage To Treaty Lands

Reconciliation
Message
FAIR Committee

TREATY NO. 2 1871

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.

TREATY NO. 4 1874

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.

TREATY NO. 5 1875

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.

TREATY NO. 6 1876

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.

TREATY NO. 8 1899

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.

TREATY NO. 10 1906

Saskatchewan is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and Saulteaux peoples and the homeland of the Métis nation. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and we thank the many generations of people who have taken care of this land, long before settlers arrived.

SGEU is committed to the struggle against the systems of oppression that has dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and denied their rights to self-determination.