Internal Releases

A message from our Executive Director

Treaty Education Alliance has established a Critical Planning Team to coordinate and focus our work through these challenging times. The Critical Planning Team is meeting daily to manage information, and develop important updates to the TEA staff, TEA member First Nations, our Board of Directors and partners. Our website will the main point of contact […]


UPDATED: March 15, 2020 As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to evolve, the Treaty Education Alliance is taking a proactive approach to help ensure the safety of our staff, and the staff, students and community members of the First Nations we serve. TEA is taking the following steps effective immediately: All staff travel will be […]

TEA-Relevant Timeline

Addressing urgent needs in Indigenous communities related to COVID-19

The health, safety and well-being of all people in Canada, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, is and will remain a top priority for all. Canada recognizes that First Nation, Inuit and Métis are among the most vulnerable, and that during this crisis, in particular, those in remote and fly-in only parts of the country are uniquely vulnerable. Communities are incredibly resilient and full of solutions and innovative ideas. This is why we must support distinctions-based measures to improve public health response for Indigenous communities and provide them with the flexibility they need to address the specific needs identified by communities and their members.

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Public service announcements about COVID-19

This radio public service announcement about COVID-19 is available in various Indigenous languages.

External Resources

SaskHealth - COVID-19 Self Assessment

Use the self-assessment tool to determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19.

SaskHealth - Self-Isolation

Learn more about self-isolation

How to apply for EI and COVID-19 emergency benefits

Emergency benefits to be made available in April for those who don't qualify for EI