July 3, 2020
Sask Sport 2020-21 Board Members
Following Sask Sport's Annual General Meeting on July 26, four new individuals have joined the organization's Board of Directors. The board has also elected its chair and vice chairs for the coming year.

Introducing the Sask Sport Board of Directors that will take us through 2020-21.

  • Angella Pinay, Chair
  • Kenric Exner, Past Chair
  • Julie Brandt, Vice Chair Sport
  • Murray Stroeder, Vice Chair Lotteries
  • Kim Wudrick, Vice Chair Trust
  • Lance Dudar, Secretary/Treasurer
  • Jessie Buydens
  • Carol Chernishenko
  • Josh Shankowsky
  • Valerie Gordon
  • Cornelia Laliberte
  • Janelle Layton
  • Michael Rogers
Indoor sports can resume July 6
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced that indoor pools, indoor rinks and indoor sports can reopen starting Monday, July 6.

Restrictions regarding physical distancing, gathering sizes, and hygiene are still in place and are reflected in the updated provincial guidelines for sports and activities, found below.

Restrictions on large crowds remain in place and will be lifted during Phase 5 of the reopening plan, which will likely depend on the availability of a vaccine for COVID-19.

Sask Sport has developed resources to help sport organizations plan their return to sport.They can be found on the Member Resources website
Annual Reports Available
It was another exciting and successful year for Sask Sport and all of the Give Kids A Chance Charity Inc.(GKACCI) programs.

Sask Sport and Sask Lotteries both went through a major rebrand in 2019-20 and continued to provide millions of dollars in funding to support over 12,000 sport, culture and recreation groups in communities across the province.

Meanwhile, the four GKACCI programs (Dream Brokers, Jumpstart, KidSport and Northern Sport, Culture and Recreation District) impacted over 23,445 Saskatchewan children and youth by providing them with chances that lead to choices.

You can read the highlights of each organization below.
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Every ticket helps Sask Lotteries fund 12,000+ sport, culture and recreation groups.
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