ACCESS OM in Sturgeon Lake highlighted in Saskatchewan Advocate for Children & Youth report

April 26, 2018

The Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth has released its Annual Report for 2017, and the ACCESS Open Minds initiatives in Sturgeon Lake First Nation – with Cliff Ballantyne being highlighted as a youth leader in his community – was identified as an example of a “Promising Practice” in child and youth work in Saskatchewan. Congratulations to the whole site team and community on this recognition of the excellent work being done in Sturgeon Lake!

Download the 2017 annual report (and make sure to check out Page 20!) here


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