• Annually, the SICC hosts an annual Spring Round Dance to celebrate Spring Solstice, a time to honour traditions and the memory of our ancestors. The Round Dance is for everyone, children, parents and Elders. Our Round Dance is open to the public. Click the link for more info.


  • SICC will host its first Museums, Cultural Centres, Archives, Interpretive Centres & Libraries Gathering called e-miciminayakik. This Indigenous focused gathering will include keynotes, presentations,  workshops, large/ small discussions and include Indigenous grassroots people, curators, archivists, librarians, researchers, interpretive centres and museum professionals.


  • This curriculum gives our Traditional and Indigenous knowledges a place at the front lines in the journey of reviving and preserving our languages. It is developed from a First Nation perspective with the guidance of Elders, master teachers and language champions and with the methodologies of TPR and ASLA. It gives space for orthographies. Click more, for additional info.


  • We are pleased to announce that our new SICC Online Retail Store is now live! Please click “more” to visit the store


  • SICC Aboriginal Languages Initiative

    The Call for Applications for 2019-20 in now closed. Thank ... more

    2019 ē-micimināyakik Gathering

    he Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre (SICC) will host ... more

    Saskatchewan First Nations - Who Are They?

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

    Online Retail Store

    The SICC Online Retail Store provides language and cult ... more

  • 2018 SICC First Nations Language Keepers Gathering

    Annually, in the third week of November, the SICC hosts its ... 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, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakoda, 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.

Please contact us at 306-244-1146 or email us at info@sicc.sk.ca.

SICC Job Opportunities:

Community Education & Cultural Technician (Deadline March 1, 2019)





E-mail: info@sicc.sk.ca

Phone: (306) 244-1146