Community Stories

Sask Lotteries is the main fundraiser for more than 12,000 volunteer-led sport, culture and recreation groups in Saskatchewan. These groups support a wide range of activities and promote opportunities for participants of all ages and abilities to play, create and grow. These are some of their stories.
Team Canada during O Canada at a Rivalry Series Game in Saskatoon.

Saskatoon’s Shirley, Clark don Canadian jersey for first time together

Photo by Matt Johnson

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Introducing: Only in Sask

For the first time ever, Saskatchewan residents will have the opportunity to purchase and play a scratch and win lottery ticket that is exclusively available in the province. The highly anticipated $5 ONLY IN SASK ticket will be launched at the 1,000 Lotto Spot retailers across Saskatchewan on February 12. This exclusive ticket commemorates the […]

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Saskatchewan Sport Awards celebrate the achievements of athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers 

Volunteers are the heart of Saskatchewan’s amateur sport community, a concept exemplified by the 2023 Saskatchewan Sport Award Volunteer Dedication recipients, Mike Tanton, Pat Prokopchuk and Bob Coffin. The three were announced as recipients of the award at the 2023 Saskatchewan Sport Awards on Feb. 1 at Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina. More than 300 […]

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Sask Lotteries celebrates 50 years of support sport, culture and recreation

Sask Lotteries is celebrating 50 years as the main fundraiser for more than 12,000 sport, culture and recreation groups in communities across Saskatchewan. Since 1974, lottery sales in Saskatchewan have been used to provide more than $1.4 billion to support athletes from the grassroots level to the international stage, connect youth to artistic experiences, help […]

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Saskatchewan Multicultural Week

Saskatchewan Multicultural Week is November 18-26.

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29 Saskatchewan connections to Pan and ParaPan American Games

Saskatchewan athletes, coaches and support members named to Team Canada.

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Community Rink Affordability Grant Program

Applications can be submitted until January 15, 2024 for the Community Rink Affordability Grant Program.

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Culture Days – a celebration of arts, culture and creativity

Celebrate Culture Days!

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SaskCulture collaborates on new funding program for BPOC artists

A new funding program was launched to help arts funding for Black and People of Colour in Saskatchewan.

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I.D.E.A.s don’t have limitations

KidSport and Ringette Saskatchewan have worked to make programming inclusive and a welcoming space.

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