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Welcome! to all Saskatchewan people who share a interest and a passion in defending and promoting human rights at home and around the world. This is your connection to Amnesty International in Saskatchewan; a gateway to groups, activists and events right here in the province. Whether you’re an individual or a group member, live in an urban or rural area, we’ve got the resources to help you start and continue important human rights work!

We acknowledge that Saskatchewan is in Treaty 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 territory, and is the traditional homeland of the Metis.

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9 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Hi, I am wondering if we can start something and push to make it illegal to throw away food. It would make a major differnce in so many peoples lives in Canada. I am in saskatoon.


    1. Hi Krystal… thanks for your question about a very important concern, while this isn’t a project or campaign Amnesty International is involved in you might be able to find some friends who are interested in working on this – as a suggestion it maybe that a local project that addresses how to use food rather than throwing it away would be a good way to start.


  2. Hi folks, I am continuing to build an Amnesty Group in Yorkton. Our first meeting of the season is this coming Tuesday, Sept 12th at 7:00 pm. We meet at St. Andrews United Church 29 Smith St. East. For more information please phone Roland Legge 306 620-7478 or email me at rolandlegge@gmail.com. We plan to meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Please double check with me before attending in case a meeting date has been changed.


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