All In One Family cultural programming's vision is to provide a sense of family, community and belonging to First Nations, Metis and Inuit children, families and individuals in Yorkton and area. Through partnerships with other programs and agencies, we provide culturally sensitive opportunities and programming to meet friends, family and Elders in a way that is safe, inclusive, respectful and welcoming.
SIGN, through its programs including All In One Family, supports and is committed to working towards the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. For the document which lists and explains the 94 calls to action, click here.
You can help us decide what programs All In One Family should offer in the coming year by completing our survey. Not only that, you will automatically be entered in a draw for one $50 gift card, and another draw for three $25 gift cards. Our way of saying thank you for contributing your ideas.
Please open the survey below and complete it by filling in the answers to questions or selecting from the choices presented. This is a PDF file that you can then email to us by clicking the email link on the last page. We appreciate your interest and participation, and look forward to seeing your replies!
If you have any questions, please contact Nicole at the contact information at the bottom of the survey.
NWAC is here for you… our sisters, daughters, mothers, grandmothers, and gender-diverse people.
We know that wherever you live in Canada, the Covid-19 outbreak is or will impact your lives. That’s why we’re pleased to offer direct and personal support through three of our Elders: Rosanne Martin-Wysote, Annie Mullin and Madeleine Condo. All you have to do is call Monday to Friday from 7 to 9 am and 11 am to 1 pm Saskatchewan time (9 to 11 am and 1 to 3 pm EST). They will be there for you, offering support and building resiliency.
NWAC support — only a phone call away.
SIGN All In One Family was happy to engage with children and connect to families to embrace cultural identities, encourage language, share traditional knowledge and grow together through Storytime.
Every Monday in spring a new video with stories and craft ideas for children was posted to explore Indigenous cultures.
Storytime is over for now, but click the button to see all previous Storytime videos.
For more information:
Call or text 306-620-5015
Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours
83 North St. Yorkton SK S3N 0G9 | Tel 306-783-9409 | Fax 306-786-7116