March Events & Campaigns

Next Up Saskatchewan presents…


4-7pm on Sundays, January – April
Core Neighbourhood Youth Co-op (905 20th Street West)Next Up Saskatchewan is holding regular space every Sunday at the Core-Neighbourhood Youth Co-op where leaders from diverse backgrounds can come to learn about justice related issues, develop skills as an organizer, and build relationships with others who are working to bring social, economic, and racial justice in the communities. 

For more information, contact Manuela @ or visit the Facebook Event Page

Saskatchewan Hands Off Venezuela Coalition presents…

Hands Off Venezuela Teach-In

5:00 – 9:00 pm Monday, March 11
Room 344 St. Thomas More College, UofS

Come join us to learn about the history of U.S. and Canadian imperialism. We have a list of speakers, speaking to a number of topics, with a focus on providing personal stories of survivors of imperialist intervention, and fascist regimes propped up by American and Canadian elites; as well as providing fact based information on the history, profiteers, sanctions and all else that is conveniently left out of the usual media discourse as well as Canadian history classes. Followed by questions and community discussion.

5:00 – Doors and a light supper (vegan soup provided by Food Not Bombs Saskatoon)
5:30 – Presentation

Children welcome.

More info on the Facebook Event Page

Our History is the Future:
Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline,
and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance

7 – 9 pm Wednesday, March 13
Station 20 West (1120 20th Street West)

Join us for a discussion with Nick Estes, author of Our History is the Future, which traces traditions of Indigenous resistance that led to the #NoDAPL movement. Our History Is the Future is at once a work of history, a manifesto, and an intergenerational story of resistance. With emcee: Erica Violet Lee.

More info on the Facebook Event Page.

See also the 12:30pm event at the UofS. See here for details.

1:30 – 5:00pm Wednesday, March 13 Health Sciences E1150, University of Saskatchewan Speakers include: Samir Sinha – Director of Geriatrics @ Mount Sinai Hospital Sandy Buchman – Palliative Care Physician (Toronto) Murray Lee – Physician & Advocate for Northern Health Valerie Terasuk – UofT Department of Nutritional Sciences & P.R.O.O.F. Shane Pateridge – Str8-Up Coordinator Click here to register.

Nonviolent Communication Saskatoon presents…

Activating Connection through Nonviolent Communication 

7pm Tuesday, March 19 The Stand Community Organizing Centre Let’s explore Nonviolent Communication to fortify the foundations of social change, systemic change and the root workings of any relationship internally, interpersonally and in our wider community. Through regular, open drop-in meetings we will challenge and transform our often invisibly painful and existing disconnections with life and each other into vision and actions to sustain our reach and reception- whatever the distance. Join us for a continuous drop-in study on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. No registration is needed.

More info on the Facebook Event Page.

Stop the Cuts Saskatoon presents…

March Meeting
3:00 – 5:00 pm Saturday, March 23
The Stand Community Organizing Centre (615 Main Street, Saskatoon)

Stop the Cuts is an organization for everyone in Saskatchewan affected by or deeply concerned about the recent cuts, privatization, and elimination of public services in the recent budget. Join them for their March meeting and help Stop the Cuts.

More info on the Facebook Event Page.

The Treaty 6 Justice Collective presents…

12:00 – 3:00 pm Sunday, March 24
The Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

Join us for our 4th Annual General Meeting for updates on the past year and discussions about plans for the future.

12:00 – Potluck
1:00 – Meeting

– Please RSVP here:
– Childminding available (limited space; contact to reserve)
– Wheelchair accessible
– Entrance on Avenue C

Sum Theatre presents…

The Last Sunday


Last Sunday of the month 733 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon
Back by popular demand! 

On the last Sunday of every month Sum Theatre invites the public to join us at 733 Broadway Ave for a free, one-hour performance experience. It’s as fresh as a show gets as our community’s playwrights, musicians, ranters and celebrity interviewees delve into some of that month’s top news stories and events. 

“It’s theatre of the now,” says artistic director Joel Bernbaum. “Art is more relevant than it has ever been before. It has the power to take people down a new path of understanding the world around them. We believe these performances and the discussions they generate will build a better community.”

How much? It’s free!

For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.


The Stand does a lot with very little, but to keep the momentum going, we need to reach $2200/month of sustainer donations.

We’re already half way there with 50 sustainer donors contributing between $10 – $50 each!

With another $1000 more per month from 50 more people, we’ll reach our goal and be able to:  

  1. Increase The Stand Coordinator position to two days a week to keep The Stand growing strong.
  2. Remain independently funded so that we’re not beholden to the agendas of government and corporate funders.
  3. Replenish the Community Organizing Fund that supports grassroots organizing.

To become one of The Stand’s Sustainers, please click on this link and choose the option: “Become a Monthly Sustainer of The Stand.” Or just let us know by email:

6 Other Ways to help The Stand grow…

1. Attend our Annual General Meeting: March 24, 12-3 @ The Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

2. Become a member of The Stand Community Organizing Centre.

3. Check out The Stand’s Group Memberships for grassroots groups and organizations.

4. Book The Stand for your next meeting or event.

5. Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter or Instagram

6. Make a one time donation

From everyone at The Stand, thank you for your continued interest and support,

The Board of The Treaty Six Justice Collective