Making a difference in our communities

Making a difference by providing support for youth, families, parents and adults in Yorkton and east-central Saskatchewan 

 SIGN participated in National Indigenous People's Day activities throughout the area on June 21. We hosted a Treaty 4 flag raising at SIGN on Broadway in Yorkton, where the Treaty 4 flag will fly permanently with our Canadian, provincial and city flags.  

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Many communities, many services

SIGN on Broadway

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SIGN on Broadway not only houses our services, but is home to many community-based organizations.

J. Elton Davidge Building

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Our administrative offices and a number of services are located on North Street. 


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Kamsack

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SIGN services are provided at two offices in Kamsack, and staff also travel to other communities in east-central Saskatchewan to provide services.

50th Anniversary Dinner

Video of the SIGN 50th anniversary dinner held May 10, produced by Access Communications and shown on Access7. This video is 1 hour and 48 minutes in length. Enjoy!

We welcome your support

The work of SIGN is possible through donations from community-minded businesses, residents, clubs and organizations, as well as fees for services received from various levels of government. Please consider supporting SIGN by making a donation. Your support is greatly appreciated.

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