• The SICC has undergone many recent changes, including a name change. To read more about it, please follow the link.


  • As part of the SICC First Nations Language Keepers Conference, the SICC hosts an annual Book Writing Contest encouraging Saskatchewan First Nations children to write in their First Nations languages. Deadline for the contest is June 30, 2016. Follow the link below for more information. 


  • The 2016 SICC First Nations Language Keepers Conference will be November 23-24, 2016 in Saskatoon, SK. This years theme is Celebrating Youth: Our Future Language Keepers. For more information about this years conference please click the link below.


  • 40th Anniversary Round Dance Song now available for download.


  • 2013 FSIN Future of First Nations Education

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    Saskatchewan First Nations - Who Are They?

    There are ten Tribal Councils and eleven Independent First N ... more

    SICC National Aboriginal Day Celebrations

    Annually and in the past, SICC planned, coordinated and ... more

    SICC Board of Governors

    Governance and Responsibilities:   Uphold, adv ... more

  • SICC Language Experiences & Methodologies

    The SICC is now engaging in language methods, training and e ... more

    What's New?

    September 8, 2016   Another article on the SICC&# ... more

    2016 SICC First Nations' Language Keepers Conference

    Annually, in late November, the SICC hosts its annual First ... more

    SICC Elders Council

    The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Co ... more

  • Elders

    Who is an Elder?   An Elder is any person recognized ... more

    SICC FNLKC Short Story Writing Contest

    Annually, to encourage First Nation children to write in t ... more

    SICC Job Opportunities

      The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC) is ... more

    SICC Birds of Prey Program

    Annually, the Birds of Prey Program allows for the distribut ... more

The Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre (SICC) website is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and sharing information related to the language, culture, arts, history, and current affairs of the Plains Cree, Swampy Cree, Woodland Cree, Dene, Nahkawē (Saulteaux), Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota. It has been established to assist First Nations people, educators, students, government agencies, and the general public in gaining access to information pertaining to Saskatchewan First Nations.
If you have any contributions or wish to contribute to the development of this site please phone us at (306) 244-1146 or email us at info@sicc.sk.ca.




E-mail: info@sicc.sk.ca

Phone: (306) 244-1146