The Love Abilities festival will change the belief that people with disabilities have no desire for love, sex, and intimacy. Everyone deserves pleasurable and fulfilling lives. This festival will empower the people with disabilities with the skills, knowledge and resources to lead the fullest lives possible, and for their caregivers, lovers and allies to help support or be part of their life.

Saskatoon resident Nigel Fernandez, one of two recipients of the 2019 LA Charities Scholarship. In this article Nigel shares his story and the impact the scholarship and support from Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan has had on his post secondary education and future plans and goals.

Interact survey

For your information, the INTErventions, Research, and Action in Cities Team (INTERACT) is seeking individuals to participate in a research study starting this summer. This study will look at the impacts of public transit on wellbeing in Saskatoon as well as the impact of Covid-19 on transportation behaviour. There will be a gift card for…

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Below is an invitation from Statistics Canada to participate in a crowdsourcing initiative to collect data on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting people’s experiences of discrimination. We encourage you to share your insights. Invitation from Statistics Canada:  This questionnaire will ask if you have experienced discrimination based on race, sex, gender identity or expression,…

Day of Giving Regina and Area

In partnership with Jack 94.5 FM SCI Sask presents the Annual Day of Giving Regina and Area, ensuring individuals and their families of SCI Sask receive emotional and service support during these uncertain times. “To assist individuals living with spinal cord injuries & other physical disabilities to ensure safety, physical and mental wellbeing, and access…

Bill Lehne and his “bucket list” experience on a bear hunt with Otter Creek Outfitters. Otter Creek Outfitters interviews Bill about his experience and how Otter Creek performed offering their first mobility challenged bear hunt, “It’s such good feeling to help you take something off your bucket list.” Bill shares about the experience and the…