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.

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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Mark Bracken retires after 38 years in sport and recreation

Mark Bracken has dedicated his career to sport and recreation in Saskatchewan. He will retired in March 2024.

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Saskatchewan succeeds as champions: 175 medals won by Team Sask at NAIG

Team Sask had success at the North American Indigenous Games, once again.

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12 medals for Saskatchewan athletes at Special Olympics World Games

Saskatchewan athletes won 12 medals at the Special Olympics World Games. Learn about their results and experiences.

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Sparks fly for new grant program for Sask Sport members

A new Sask Sport grant helps Provincial Sport Organizations and others incorporate I.D.E.A. based programming.

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Renewed lottery agreement benefits Saskatchewan communities

The Government of Saskatchewan, Sask Sport, SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association signed a renewed lottery distribution agreement, continuing a longstanding and successful partnership.

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Volunteerism a strong connector in the Ukrainian community

Volunteers are the reason organizations in Saskatchewan exist. This is no different for the Ukrainian Canadian Congress - Saskatoon Branch.

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Sask Lotteries helping Saskatchewan athletes reach success at provincial and national multi-sport events

The Saskatchewan Games Council had a busier than usual schedule between August of 2022 and March 2023, thanks to Canada Summer Games and the Canada Winter Games, as well as the Saskatchewan Winter Games all being held within the six-month period.

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