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To promote cultural awareness, SIGN hosted a four-week basic beading workshop, which ended earlier this month. It was held at SIGN on Broadway, and taught traditional beading to anyone interested in learning the art and beauty of First Nations beading. The program was free, and plans are being made to do it again in spring. 

For this and other events, see our Events Calendar.


“This class was so great. I invited a girl and it was great for her to learn how to bead, 

and it also taught her patience.”

“I learned how to bead plus I got some Elder knowledge.”

Making a difference in our communities

Making a difference by providing support for youth, families, parents and adults 

in Yorkton and east-central Saskatchewan 

News from SIGN

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. 


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.

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