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Bluesette Campbell*


Nytosha Kober*

Vice President

Lindsey Bashforth*


Ted & Loretta Schugmann

Humboldt Association for Community Living

Shilo Knutson

Inclusion Hudson Bay

Tami Smith

Inclusion Lloydminster

Kara Bernardin

Inclusion Lumsden

Brian Neufeld

Biggar Association for Community Living

Jackie Wilson

Inclusion Weyburn

Gini Calvert

Inclusion Turtleford

Cindy Busse

Outlook Association for Community Living

Gloria Mahussier

Prince Albert Branch

Blare Stewart

Yorkton Association for Community Living

Trina Brooks

Director at Large

Andrew Bennett*

Director at Large

Bonnie Cherewyk

Director at Large

Dianne Christianson*

Director at Large

Nolton Knippel*

Director at Large

Mike Mahussier

Director at Large

Tina Millar

Self-Advocate Director at Large

Shane Haddad+

People First Representative

Alejandro Murrieta Aspiazu+

Youth Ambassador

*Indicates member of the Inclusion Saskatchewan Executive Committee

+Indicates non-voting guest


Through the Annual Strategic Planning of the Inclusion SK Board and Membership, Inclusion SK has identified priority issues where significant attention must be given. These priority areas will be acted upon by Inclusion SK:

Inclusive Education

Inclusion SK has identified that access to inclusive education in Saskatchewan is not at the quality that we expect it to be. Inclusion SK is dedicating resources into investigating the challenges that exist in schools around the province and the best methods to foster inclusive education throughout Saskatchewan.  

Northern Saskatchewan

There is a lack of access to necessary services and supports in northern Saskatchewan for people with intellectual disabilities. Inclusion Saskatchewan has partnered with other provincial disability sector organizations to create a strategic framework and plan to build service capacity and effect systemic change in Northern Saskatchewan.


Having a safe place to call “home” is an integral part of living a dignified life. Unfortunately, people who experience intellectual disabilities disproportionately face a lack of access to safe, appropriate, and affordable housing options in their communities. We are collaborating with partners such as the National Affordable Housing Corporation, Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, Stewart Properties, community-based organizations, and local, provincial, and federal governments to develop innovative, person-centred, affordable, and inclusive community housing initiatives.


Disability should not mean few health care options - and choices – at any time, but especially not during a pandemic. Inclusion Saskatchewan collaborates with health professionals to navigate individual health concerns while also promoting upstream, proactive systemic changes to ensure people with intellectual disabilities experience supported decision-making when it comes to health care.

Inclusion SK's Strategic Plan is our plan for the future. Written by both Inclusion SK staff and board members, this booklet will give you a look at where we are now and where we want to be tomorrow. Read it here

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