Lindsey Morden Claim Services Ltd. Continuing Education Scholarship

Deadline: July 31
Applicants directly related to an individual employed in the insurance industry.
Insurance Brokers’ Association of Saskatchewan
310 ‐ 2631 ‐ 28th Ave.
Regina, Saskatchewan   S4S 6X3

Bill Hanson Post-Secondary/Seconary Student Awards

Bill Hanson Bursary/Scholarship Program
Sponsored by: Treeline Association of I.A.N.E.

Eligibility: Aboriginal ancestry student enrolled in post-secondary or Adult Basic Education who has indicated a preference in commerce, bookkeeping, receptionist/secretarial, clerical accounting, business administration, accounting, or data entry

Value: Two at $150

Criteria: Have demonstrated proficiency in academics, involvement with extra-curricular activities and community volunteer organizations, leadership qualities, proven dedication and perseverance in overcoming educational barriers, intent on continuing studies at a recognized university or technical institute for the next academic year.

Deadline: May

Applications available from:
Vicki Drieger
Royal Bank
1135 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK

Fax: (306) 953-5766



Saskatchewan Hockey Association

The Saskatchewan Hockey Association shall award a minimum of eleven (11) $1,000.00 Hockey Education Assistance Grants each hockey season to a minimum of eleven (11) registered members (male or female) of the S.H.A. as follows:

  • 8 Regional (zone) members (player, coach or member of the referees division)
  • 1 Midget AAA registered player
  • 1 Female registered player
  • 1 Junior A, Junior B, Junior C or Senior registered player

Link:  Website, Application Information and Application Form

Deadline:  August 31 annually

Gabriel Dumont Institute Scholarships and Bursaries

The Gabriel Dumont Institute has been administering scholarships for Saskatchewan’s Métis since the early 1980s through the Gabriel Dumont Scholarship Foundation.

Scholarships are awarded to Métis students who are Saskatchewan residents and are registered as full-time students at an accredited post-secondary institution.

The programs are intended to recognize leadership, academic ability, financial need, and community involvement of students who meet the eligibility criteria for any or all scholarship programs.

The scholarship fund is based on a $2.5 million capital investment and scholarships are awarded on the interest earned on the fund’s principle and through individual corporate partnership donations.

Award decisions are made by a scholarship trustee and selection committee comprised of five members; three members are selected from within the institute while two members are external appointees from the Métis community.

GDI welcomes the opportunity to build partnerships with corporate and independent businesses, and has the potential for matching GDI-partner contributions. Contact the Scholarship Coordinator for more information at



Apply for Financial Help for Post-Secondary Studies in French

The Federal-Provincial Fellowship and Travel Scholarships provide an opportunity for minority-language and second-language students to pursue post-secondary French education in Saskatchewan and out-of-province, when courses are not available to them in Saskatchewan.

There are two main scholarships available to students looking to pursue post-secondary studies in French:

  • The Federal-Provincial Fellowship Scholarship to Study in French; and
  • The Federal-Provincial Travel Scholarship to Study in French.

How to apply?

Applicants use the same form to apply for both the Federal-Provincial Fellowship Scholarship and the Travel Scholarship.

In addition to the completed application form, students need to forward a copy of their Social Insurance Number (SIN), and a confirmation of enrolment from their school.

Please forward the application, confirmation of enrolment form, and a copy of your SIN to:

Student Services Centre
1120 – 2010 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan  S4P 0M3

Fax: (306) 787-1608

Application Deadlines:

  • Fall semester must be received by October 31.
  • Winter semester must be received by January 31.
  • Spring/summer semester must be received by May 31.


4-H Scholarships for Saskatchewan, Canada and Other


  • Every year 4-H Saskatchewan has the opportunity to award some of our outstanding senior members with scholarships to assist with their post-secondary education. Awarding these scholarships is always a very difficult task, as all applicants consistently demonstrate outstanding levels of leadership with the 4-H program and their communities.
  • Various scholarships and awards
  • Deadline: April 1, 2016


  • 4-H Canada would like to thank their generous partners: Canadian Co-Operative Wool Growers, Canadian Meat Council, CIBC, John Deere Canada, TD Bank Group, The W. Garfield Weston Foundation and CN for their commitment to supporting 4-H members as they pursue their post-secondary education.There are several scholarship opportunities available for 4-H members across Canada. Follow the link below for more information. You will need to create a log-in to access the application area for 4-H Canada grants, scholarships and other opportunities.
  • Various scholarships and awards
  • Deadline: varies



SAS Speech-Language and Audiology Canada Scholarships

SAS Scholarships

Scholarships are available to full-time students in the final year of a master’s or doctorate degree program in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology. The scholarship program is administered by SAC (Speech-Language and Audiology Canada).

Through our partnership and letter of understanding, a total of 17 scholarships are awarded annually.

– The Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children Susan Lane Scholarship ($2,000) is awarded to a student based on general selection criteria plus involvement in one of the current Elks on-going clinical programs (BC Family Hearing Resource Centre, ISTAR, SPARC, etc.)

– The Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children Deborah Kully Scholarship ($2,000) is awarded to a student based on general selection criteria plus involvement in one of the current Elks on-going clinical programs (BC Family Hearing Resource Centre, ISTAR, SPARC, etc.)

– The Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children William J Blake Scholarship ($2,000) is awarded to a student based on general selection criteria plus who is a member (or relative) of the Elks of Canada.

– Fourteen Elks and Royal Purple Gordon Leslie Memorial Scholarships ($1,000 each) are awarded to students based on general selection criteria.

The Elks of Canada have long been associated with and recognized for their dedication and generous contributions in supporting communication-related professions.

Deadline:  Typically October

Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers National Scholarship Program

2017 National Scholarship APPLY NOW!


1. Applicants must be Canadian residents studying in Canada.

2. Applicants must be enrolled or expected to enroll in a post-secondary program of at least 2 years.

3. All Graduating High School Students

4. College/University students must be enrolled in at least one more year of study as of Spring 2016.

5. Applicants must be working for a current CFIG member (retail, associate, affiliate) or be a family member of an employee of a current CFIG member.

6. Only complete applications containing full and accurate information will be considered.

7. Plagiarism is an infringement of copyright laws. All essays must be properly referenced.

Scholarship Poster (Download here)

Gerry McCudden Memorial Scholarship

The Saskatchewan Chapter Gerry McCudden Scholarship is a competitive, merit-based scholarship program designed for graduating grade twelve students who desire financial support for their pursuit of post-secondary educational opportunities. The amount of this Scholarship will be $2,000, provided for the first year of post-secondary education.

Deadline: June 12, 2017


Casino Regina and Moose Jaw Scholarship and Award Program

Student Award Program

SaskGaming offers a Student Award Program to encourage Saskatchewan residents to pursue full-time, post-secondary education in the fields of business administration, hospitality management, electronics or computer technologies, and public relations. Click here for available awards.

SaskGaming Dependent Award (Two awards valued at $1,500)

This award is designated for dependents of SaskGaming employees who are currently attending a post-secondary institution.

SaskGaming Dependent Award Criteria:

  • will be presented to a student who meets the following criteria:
  • Must be a dependent of an employee of SaskGaming as defined as the employees’ natural, legally adopted, step child, or ward of an employee who is unmarried and is directly dependent upon the employees’ financial care and support. The children of a common-law spouse may also be covered provided they are living in the same address as the employee. Note – this will not include contracted employees;
  • Must be accepted as a full or part-time student at a recognized educational institution in the coming year and;
  • Demonstrated financial need.

Applications are available at our Human Resources office at 2020 Saskatchewan Drive in Regina or by clicking here. 

Deadline:  September 30 of each year