What's New

January 10, 2023

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission continues its Employment Equity Partner Lunch and Learn series on January 26, 2023 at 12:00 p.m.

The guest speaker will be Dr. Angela M. Jaime, Interim Vice-Provost, Indigenous Engagement, and Professor in Indigenous Studies, from the University of Saskatchewan.

She will discuss her role as Chairperson in the consultation, process, creation and implementation  of the Indigenous membership/citizenship verification policy in a presentation entitled: “deybwewin (Saulteaux) | taapwaywin (Michif) | tapwewin (Cree)”, which translates to English as “Truth”.

The deybwewin | taapwaywin | tapwewin: Indigenous truth policy provides a framework for the implementation of Indigenous membership/citizenship verification at the University of Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan is committed to safeguarding the cultures and integrity of Indigenous peoples, Indigenous values, and Indigenous languages within university business or activities.

  • When is it: Thursday, January 26 at 12:00 pm
  • Where is it held: Online using the Webex teleconferencing platform
  • How to register: Email [email protected]

Meet the Speaker

Dr. Angela M. Jaime (enrolled member of the Pit River tribe) is the interim Vice Provost, Indigenous Engagement and a Professor in Indigenous Studies at the University of Saskatchewan.

Dr. Jaime arrived in Saskatoon in July 2020 after accepting the position of the Vice Dean, Indigenous for the College of Arts and Science. She promotes social justice by critically examining systematic racism/oppression and discrimination of Indigenous people and people of color in higher education. Most importantly, she is a mother of two amazing boys.



Interested in becoming an SHRC Employment Equity Partner?

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s equity program is a proactive strategy for promoting equity and preventing discrimination. The goal of the equity program is to encourage workplaces and learning environments to mirror the make-up of the population of Saskatchewan and develop plans to support success. The four equity-seeking groups are comprised of people who identify as: Indigenous, a visible minority, having a disability, and women in underrepresented occupations.


If you are interested in receiving news about future Lunch and Learns or other upcoming Commission events, email [email protected]