Unit H 132 Broadway Street W, Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0M4 Telephone 306-783-2777
The ECNWCI office is now open for walk-ins and in-person appointments. We will still continue to provide service to our clients through phone calls, emails and other media. At this point, we are allowing a certain number of total clients in the office, therefore we encourage you to book appointments ahead of time. Proper preventative measures including sanitizing, mandatory masking and physical distancing will be strictly followed.
To book an appointment, please call 306-783-2777 or email email@example.com. Our service hours are Monday to Friday, 8 am to 12 noon and 12:30 pm to 4 pm.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Truth & Reconciliation Commission and its calls to action
There were 140 federally run residential schools in Canada that operated between 1831 and 1996. Survivors advocated for recognition and reparations and demanded accountability for the intergenerational impacts of harms caused.
Their efforts culminated in:
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission ran from 2008 to 2015 and provided those directly or indirectly affected by the legacy of the residential schools policy with an opportunity to share their stories and experiences. The Commission released its final report detailing 94 calls to action. The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a direct response to Call to Action 80, which called for a federal statutory day of commemoration. To view the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action document please click HERE.
Sask Chamber produced a video entitled Journey that features immigrant business owners from across Saskatchewan discussing their experiences adjusting to life and doing business in Saskatchewan. The video focuses on Saskatchewan’s strong history of entrepreneurship, successful business practices, and the importance of community and business connections. The film was produced as part of the Training and Employment Network (TEN) program. The video is intended to welcome newcomer entrepreneurs and immigrant business owners to Saskatchewan and encourage them to grow their business and stay in the province long-term. Watch the video Journey.
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Unit H 132 Broadway Street West, Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0M4
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