The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General provides a fair justice system that upholds the law and protects the rights of all individuals in Saskatchewan; promotes safe and secure communities; and provides legal and justice policy advice to government.
- Increasing SASS Internal Capacity to Support Organizational Development is funded by the Department of Women and Gender Equality Canada.
- The Systemic Change and Increased Access to Justice through Collaborative Community Coordination in Saskatchewan is funded by the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
- Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Education Project (SSVE) is funded by the Department of Women and Gender Equality Canada, Department of Justice Canada, South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (Smart and Caring Fund, Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation, G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation).
- Systems Navigation support programming is funded by the Community Initiatives Fund.
- The First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse Training (FRT) Program is funded by the Department of Justice Canada and the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation
- Saskatchewan Union of Nurses has provided charitable donations allocated for educational materials for FRT program and Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Awareness Week
- The #ASKFORIT Campaign is funded through the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.
- Capital equipment and technology is funded through Farm Credit Canada.
- Printing of the Healing Process Posters was funded by the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.
- Staff Professional Development funded by the Muttart Foundation.
Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety
The Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety is responsible for overseeing Saskatchewan’s correctional system and facilities, and for providing guidance and support to Saskatchewan’s municipal police services. The Ministry also works closely with the RCMP to support law enforcement activity in rural Saskatchewan.
Status of Women Office Saskatchewan
The Status of Women Office is the sole branch in government that reports on the status of women in Saskatchewan. The Office acts as a catalyst within government to raise awareness of issues affecting women to ensure gender considerations are integrated into government policy-making, legislation and program development.
Department of Women and Gender Equality Canada (WAGE)
Women and Gender Equality Canada (WAGE) works to advance equality for women by focusing its efforts in three priority areas: increasing women’s economic security and prosperity; encouraging women’s leadership and democratic participation; and ending gender-based violence. Status of Women Canada also plays a leadership role in the government-wide implementation of Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+).
Development of Saskatchewan’s first Sexual Violence Action Plan released in 2019 was funded by WAGE.
Fergusson Foundation is committed to being a catalyst for the prevention and elimination of family violence. We do this by increasing the awareness and understanding of its complexity, through: encouraging open dialogue, funding research into the causes and forms of family violence, promoting educational programs and supporting organizations providing services to those impacted by violence and abuse.
Fergusson Foundation provides funding for First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse Training.
Community Initiatives Fund
The Community Initiatives Fund is a special purpose fund created through The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act and funded through a portion of the Regina and Moose Jaw casino net profits.
SaskTel Community Investment Program
SaskTel provided funding to support Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Awareness Week in 2022. The SaskTel Community Investment Program supports non-profit and charitable organizations based in Saskatchewan involved in activities that directly benefit a Saskatchewan community or the province.
PrairieAction Foundation has provided funding to support educational material printing and dissemination for Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2019 & 2020.