Making a difference in our communities

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

Father Len Ratushniak of Winnipeg, an original SIGN board member in 1969, looks over the collection of memorabilia at the anniversary dinner on May 10. Father Len and Rev. Ray Glen, who now lives in Edmonton, are the two surviving members of the founding board.

See photos of the anniversary dinner and staff/board reunion.

  Access Communications has produced a program of the anniversary dinner. It was seen on Access7 in the Yorkton region on June 6 and will be shown again on June 24 at 3 PM, or scroll down this page to view it.

News from SIGN


Baby Shower 2019 set for June 22

Bump Into Baby and Beyond will be held at the Yorkton Family Resource Centre at SIGN on Broadway on June 22 from 10 am to 1 pm. It is open to parents that are expecting, or have a child up to age 12 months. The number of spots open to parents are limited, so click the button below to register online.

Register here

Summer Fun program for youth

SIGN Life Skills and the Cultural Program invites youth ages 12 and up to attend  Summer Fun. We encourage all youth to come out and enjoy a safe space to hang out, as well as the opportunity to learn some fun new skills and activities. More information on the News from SIGN page.

Free ID clinic in Yorkton

 Those needing a birth certificate or SGI photo ID are welcome to apply. There is no charge to obtain either, but the number available is limited by available funding. See our Events calendar for more information about how to apply, and the documentation that must be provided in order to receive the free birth certificate or ID. 

SIGN AGM set for June 19

The SIGN annual general meeting will be held June 19 at SIGN on Broadway. Registration is at 5.30 pm, followed by a buffet dinner at 6 pm and the meeting at 7 pm. Cost is $20 person, which includes dinner and membership. See our News from SIGN page for details.

Walk-in Counselling Clinic now five days a week

 The SIGN Walk-in Counselling Clinic hours are extended to five days a week starting June 3. New funding from the provincial government has made it possible for SIGN to offer the counselling service five days a week, instead of the previous two days a week.   More on the News from SIGN page

Careers with SIGN

Looking for a meaningful career in the human services field? SIGN has openings in a variety of fields. Job postings are listed on the Careers page.

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Many communities, many services

SIGN on Broadway


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

J. Elton Davidge Building


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

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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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