We aspire to build an equitable community that accepts and celebrates all cultures.
We promote intercultural understanding and the retention of cultural identity and language to fully include Newcomers and Indigenous peoples in Canadian society.
The Saskatchewan Intercultural Association (SIA) is a non-profit, charitable organization founded in 1964. The SIA is committed to supporting cultural groups retain their distinctive cultural identity, language and arts. The SIA also focuses on providing programs and services that empower and relieve barriers for Newcomers and Indigenous people in the areas of securing employment, language advancement, and cultural understanding. Another integral part of SIA is to provide anti-racist education and promote intercultural understanding through workshops, programming and community events.