• To get up to date information and access to all forms, please click the 'more' button below to visit our official 2017 SICC First Nations Language Keepers Conference web page.

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2017 SICC FIRST NATIONS
LANGUAGE KEEPERS CONFERENCE
 
Please click here to be redirected to our official
SICC 2017 SICC FNLKC webpage.
 
You can find forms, information about keynotes,
panels, and workshops and 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