READY TO HELP
The Government of Canada is fast-tracking temporary residency for Ukrainian refugees through the
Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET).
Chambers across Saskatchewan are committed to welcoming individuals and families who are fleeing the conflict in Ukraine. There are many ways Saskatchewan’s business community can welcome and help settle newcomers to the province.
HOW TO HELP
Matches skilled refugees with companies, work with governments to open skilled migration pathways, collaborate with others and share information to scale labour mobility.
The ministry provides job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province. These supports are designed to develop and match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skills needed by Saskatchewan employers.
Find out information about job training, financial aid and training allowances.
The Government of Canada is making an appeal to Canadian businesses, if you own a business or run an organization and are interested in providing assistance visit this website.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress Saskatchewan Provincial Council has compiled a list of organizations where you can donate to support Ukraine.
The UCC is collecting information from individuals and organizations that can provide any support such as employment, housing, immigration services, legal, in-kind donations, transportation, daycare/childcare, and more. Complete the UCC form if you or your organization can provide assistance.