Apply to attend the 2024 CLC/SFL Spring School being held April 28th-May 2nd in Moose Jaw at the Temple Gardens and offsite locations!
The First Nations Métis Inuit committee is pleased to sponsor one (1) member to join them at the conference: Taking Care Together: Aging Into Well-Being, a Métis Health Conference being held at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon (Hall A) on February 2 and 3, 2024.
The SEIU-West Education Committee is pleased to announce that all of the 2023 Scholarship Winners have been awarded and the winners have been notified.
Each year, the quality of the applications makes this selection process difficult. The committee wants to thank everyone who applied in 2023 and encourage all interested and qualified to do so in 2024. If you're interested in applying for the 2024 scholarship, click here for more information and to download the application form. Click here for more information on the Bob Desjarlais Memorial Scholarship. Click here for more information on the First Nations Métis Inuit Scholarship.
Here are our happy 2023 winners - congratulations and good luck furthering your studies!
- Ava N.
- Peyton J.
- Ally Mc.
- Quintin L.
- Alexia G.
- Indanah B.
- Stephanie H.
- Belric J. P.
- Cassidy R.
- Mary O.
- Giffany A.
Children of Members:
- Jacob E., child of Crystal
- Adriel V., child of Amor
- Jingtong L., child of Hong X.L.
- Joshua M., child of Emelinda
- Spencer C., child of Vanessa
- Sydney S., child of Susan
- Evan S., child of Tracy
- Kirstie B., child of Donna
- Raelynn F., child of Donna
- Emily S., child of Melody
SEIU-West First Nations Métis Inuit Committee is pleased to offer yearly scholarships for members who are Status Indian, Non-Status Indian, Inuit or Métis who are in good standing (dues paying members) that are taking a class in a College, University or recognized Tech or Vocational Post-Secondary School for the year they are applying in.
Applications must be received by December 15th and include: proof of registration, receipt of payment and an essay on "How can the labour movement be an ally with First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples?”
In order to ensure as many people benefit from this program as possible, if you have won an SEIU-West Scholarship within the past three years, you will not be considered.
The SEIU-West Workers of Colour Multicultural Mentorship Committee, (WOCMMC) want to celebrate International Migrants Day on December 18th with you!
The Education Committee sponsored four delegates to attend the Saskatchewan Association of Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technicians (SACLXT) Conference on October 21, 2023. Whenever members attend events, we ask for reports to share with our membership. Please see the reports below:
The SEIU-West Education Committee sponsored two delegates to attend the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT) Fall Conference 2023. Whenever members attend events, we ask for reports to share with our membership. Please see reports below:
The People Bridge Advocacy held its first ever Truth and Reconciliation Walking Together Sharing Circle on September 23rd. SEIU-West's Multicultural Mentorship Committee attended and have the following reports:
SEIU-West's First Nations Métis Inuit Committee (FNMIC) would like to share information about the meaning behind September 30th, Orange Shirt Day. Read Phyllis Webstad's story here. This date was chosen because this was the time of year where children were taken from their homes and put into residential schools.