Indigenous Symbols

The marketing and communications team, in collaboration with Indigenous leaders, Elders and other campus stakeholders, has developed a suite of symbols representing Indigenous cultures from here in Treaty Six and across Saskatchewan. These symbols are integral to the visual identity of the University of Saskatchewan and help us promote and communicate Indigenous initiatives and partnerships. Use of the symbols should align with the following: Read More
University of Saskatchewan Indigenous/Aboriginal Symbols

Language and the Future

Smudging

Safety Resources has created a Safety Considerations document which provides health and safety information related to smudging and pipe ceremonies, as well as guidelines for safely conducting these ceremonies indoors in University of Saskatchewan facilities. A list of approved spaces where smudging may occur is outlined; provided local communication processes have been adhered to. This document from Safety Resources can be found at:  Smudging and Pipe Ceremony Safety Considerations