Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations

Protecting Treaty rights since 1946.

 

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FSIN Mission

The Federation of Sovereign Indian Nations represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan. The Federation is committed to honouring the spirit and intent of the Treaties, as well as the promotion, protection and implementation of the Treaty promises that were made more than a century ago.

MARCH 23, ,2020

Chief Bobby Cameron’s Message to Stop the Spread of Covid-19.

Chief’s Message

For everything we do as  leaders, parents, and grandparents we strive to give the best quality of life for our children and grandchildren to give them the best opportunities to be successful in life.

Priorities have always been inherent and treaty-based jurisdiction for each Chief and Council. Every sector of all levels of government fall under the umbrella of the inherent and treaty rights, including education, child welfare, housing, health, economic development, and a right to livelihood.

We are the strongest Indigenous organization in Canada and we represent 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan.  It is the self-determination of the First Nations to maintain governance, and we will advance each the progress and development of each Nation. Communication is so crucial because FSIN is mandated through strong and clear directives.

Message from the Chief

 

Bulletins and Media Releases

2021 COVID-19 Information package

The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) is implementing an effective, inclusive, comprehensive communications strategy that is incorporating messaging to 74 First Nations within their governance structure. The communications strategy is focusing on the COVID19 vaccination messaging, variants and safety. The communications plan is integrating a collaborated approach between Tribal Councils, First Nations and leadership and staff of FSIN. The goals and vision of this communications work is to create external communications on COVID19 to ensure First Nations across Saskatchewan are informed about vaccines, variants and up to date on the latest health and safety measures.

Chiefs and Councils

As we work through the COVID-19 response, we want to take a moment and thank First Nations leadership and organizations for the care and dedication you are focusing on your communities. We know, however, that the risk of infection is not the only thing concerning your community and members. We appreciate that you have been flagging your concerns and emerging issues for our attention.

News Release and COMMUNIQUÉ

Incident report form

If you have had experiences with conservation officers, other government employees, or other land users while out on the land, we would like to hear your stories.

FSIN

COVID-19 information package

 

STC Indigenous Immunization Booking Form - Serving Saskatoon and Community

The survey will take approximately 6 minutes to complete.

 

FSIN Magazine

Our Priority – Digital edition now live!

 

FSIN

News Release and COMMUNIQUÉ

All Events Postponed until further notice.

FSIN Executive

Bobby Cameron

Bobby Cameron

Chief of FSIN

Morley Watson

Morley Watson

1st Vice-Chief

David Pratt

David Pratt

2nd Vice-Chief

Edward “Dutch” Lerat
Edward “Dutch” Lerat

3rd Vice Chief

Heather Bear

Heather Bear

4th Vice Chief

Reach Us

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations contact and address.

100-103A Packham Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7N 4K4

306.665.1215

306.244.4413

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations  is closed to the Public and continues to work for the 74 First Nations.

Hours:

Monday 8:30a.m.–5p.m
Tuesday 8:30a.m.–5p.m.
Wednesday 8:30a.m.–5p.m.
Thursday 8:30a.m.–5p.m.
Friday 8:30a.m.–4p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed