These pages list a number of the resources available in and near Your Community.  More will be added as they come to our attention.  If you have any to suggest, please, email us at

Community Resources

The Free Little Art Gallery 332 Hilliard St. E.  People are encouraged to look at the art, take a piece  and, if they can, make and leave art for others to enjoy.

The Hospice at Glengarda is the first residential Hospice of its kind in Saskatoon and is a vital component in the continuum of care for palliative patients.

The Library Boxes in your neighbourhood encourage the exchange and reusing of books, keeping those books out of the garbage and placing them into the hands of eager readers!

The Saskatoon Public Library in Your Community is the J. S. Wood Branch at 1801 Lansdowne Ave. Phone 306 975-7590.

At Sunnyside Adventist Care Centre, 2200 St. Henry Ave., care is based on the example of Christ, who went about healing and doing good.

General Resources

Foundations Learning & Skills Saskatchewan has a long history as a local literacy organization that offers free literacy services to adults and families.

Essential Skills Development Program, gain essential skills and employability skills in preparation for employment, framed by authentic learning experiences​.

The United Way has launched the 211 web-based directory of all Saskatchewan health and social service programs and services (both government and non-government).

Resources for Seniors

The Saskatoon Council on Aging, SCOA, provides an extensive directory of resources,
services and social activities with information for older adults in the Saskatoon area, their families and caregivers.

Saskatoon Services for Seniors is a not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to providing services that enable older adults (55+), seniors and physically challenged individuals to reside independently in their own homes for as long as possible.

Resources for Newcomers

Global Gathering Place supports immigrants and refugees to integrate and thrive in Canadian society.

The Government of Canada can help to apply for a permanent resident card or Canadian citizenship and find out about how to start life in Canada.

Government of Saskatchewan immigration information.

International Women of Saskatoon (IWS) is a non-profit, grassroots and an equality-seeking women’s organization dedicated to improving the status of immigrant and refugee women and their families.

SAISIA (Saskatchewan Association of Immigrant Settlement Integration Agencies) serves newcomers by providing settlement and integration agencies in Saskatchewan with access to professional development and opportunities to network.

The Saskatchewan Intercultural Association offers settlement and employment programs to help newcomers integrate more fully into the local community.

The Saskatoon Open Door Society assists newcomers to Canada to become participating members of an inclusive and diverse community and country.

Settlement Services in SaskatchewanSaskatchewan offers services to help newcomers to Canada settle into the province.