A message from Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation Inc. regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has announced that there will be a change to the Public Health Order. Effective immediately, household bubbles are limited to immediate households only for all of Saskatchewan. Businesses are also being encouraged to utilize remote work procedures where possible.

To show our support for this health order and to be proactive within the business community and in an effort to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 variant, SIEF staff will be transitioning to remote/work from home effective Friday, April 16, 2021.

With this recent announcement from the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the Government of Saskatchewan regarding the new lockdown measures, the SIEF office will continue to be closed to the public. We plan to continue service to our clients and partners with minimal impact.

If you wish to discuss your financial needs or to make an appointment to discuss any of our programs, please contact any of our staff. Please refer to the contact list on our website or call 1-306-955-4550.

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, SIEF is closely monitoring the situation and is taking preventative measures to ensure business continuity and service, while prioritizing the health of our employees and clients. SIEF will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow advice and recommendations of provincial and federal health authorities.

Please use every precaution and practice physical distancing and stay safe!

During this crisis, we take solace in the solidarity we are experiencing as a team and our extended community that includes you. Thank you for your patience and understanding from the Board of Directors, Management and Staff!


Welcome To SIEF

The Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation Inc. (SIEF) was one of the first Aboriginal Financial Institutions in Canada to offer developmental lending to First Nation businesses in Saskatchewan.

SIEF is owned by the 74 First Nations of Saskatchewan and affiliated with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN). We have also partnered with the TD Bank to create the First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC), and we have expanded our existing investment portfolio to generate profit and employment for First Nations people.

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