Learning Teams

This element of the program is designed to offer learning about real organizations and issues in our community from a leadership perspective. Here are the topics that have been explored by Leadership Saskatoon participants.

Saskatoon Food Bank group

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

40. Positive Youth Opportunities
41. Bullying
42. Community & Social Justice
43. Affordable Housing

2011

35. Gangs
36. Children not in school
37. Homelessness
38. Green Initiatives
39. Immigration to Saskatoon

2010

31. Urban Sprawl: Deciding the Location of Sask Place (CUC)
32. Child Health and Evaluating Wellness
33. Diversity: Building Benches for Dialogue
34. Volunteerism in Saskatoon

2009

26. City planning for recycling, affordable housing and green transportation
27. Why do youth volunteer for community leadership activities - and why not?
28. The Leadership Challenge of Shared Services for the Mentally Ill in Saskatoon
29. Homelessness
30. Children � equitable experiences in childhood

2008

22. Aging in Saskatoon
23. Bridging the Gap: The East and West Sides of the City
24. Renewable Resources and Recycling
25. The State of the River Basin and the actual Watershed and how threats to each impacts every community

2007

18. South Downtown (River Landing Project)
19. The Saskatoon Food Bank
20. Little Chief Community Station
21. The Junos & Other Big Events

2006

14. Communities for Children
15. In Motion (c/o Saskatoon Health Region)
16. Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership
17. Fringe Festival (c/o 25th Street Theatre Centre Inc.)

2005

10. Saskatoon Airport Authority
11. Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization
12. WhiteCap Dakota First Nations
13. Wanuskewin Heritage Park

2004

5. Credit Union Centre (Sask Place)
6. Gathercole Initiatives Group
7. Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology
8. CHEP
9. White Buffalo Youth Lodge

2003

1. SREDA Inc.
2. Canadian Light Source
3. Community Service Village
4. Egadz Youth Centre