Caring for our home.
SaskTel Cares represents all we do for our community. We're dedicated to making Saskatchewan better by supporting non-profit organizations and investing in initiatives that positively impact our province.
Be Kind Online aims to end bullying and cyberbullying in our communities.
We're committed to supporting non-profit and charitable organizations in our province.
Recycle your old phone and give a fresh start to those fleeing domestic abuse.
Our award-winning volunteer force is always working for our community.
We're committed to leading environmental sustainability in Saskatchewan.
Our employee donations give a huge boost to hard-working community groups.
We recognize our role and continue to take responsible action and ignite change.
We’ve created YOUTHnetwork to engage and empower Saskatchewan youth.
We help Saskatchewan students by offering post-secondary scholarship opportunities
Environmental, Social, and Governance initiatives have always been a key part of SaskTel’s identity.
SaskTel Sponsors the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology’s (SIIT) Mobile MakerLodge
Sponsored in part by SaskTel, the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology’s (SIIT) Mobile MakerLodge is designed to increase exposure and access to technology for Indigenous communities across the province.Read more
SaskTel Be Kind Online Grant helps students support diversity and inclusion
Grade 10-12 teacher Corinne Pirot says she’s proud to hear her students at Archbishop MC O’Neill Catholic Highschool boast often about the school’s True Colours Gay Straight Diversity Alliance (GSDA.)Read more
SaskTel Adds Environmental Sustainability Focus to the SaskTel CIP Criteria
A large and significant chapter in the SaskTel story involves the undeniably positive impact we have on our province.Read more
SaskTel Sponsors the Canadian Red Cross Friendly Calls Program
Sometimes a simple phone call can build friendships and relationships that ultimately help improve the quality of life for everyone involved.Read more
SaskTel brings fibre optic internet service to the Whitecap Dakota First Nation
Thanks to funding from both the Provincial and Federal Governments – under the Investing In Canada Infrastructure Program – along with a partnership with SaskTel, the Whitecap Dakota First Nation (WDFN) recently became the first Indigenous community in Saskatchewan to be fully connected by fibre optic broadband infrastructure.Read more