Amachiwayhaataak (Let’s Soar) Program

The Amachiwayhaataak – Let’s Soar Program provides financial support to families of Métis children (age birth to 8).  Through this program, families can apply for financial support to assist with the cost of a wide range of services, programs and products, including occupational therapy, speech therapy, assessments, specialized equipment, and glasses.

Applications are reviewed when all documentation is received.

Important: The applicant will be taxed on the money they receive from this program, and this may affect Income Supplement programs. T4A’s will be issued to Parent 1 on the application.

Please forward any general questions to Austin at

If you are applying for more than one child, please fill out a new application for each child. 

Eligibility Criteria:

  • The child must be age 0 to 8 years old. The child will become ineligible the month following their 9th birthday.
  • The child must be an MN–S citizen or in the process of acquiring citizenship* and must not have applied for First Nation status. Please visit our website for citizenship information.
  • The applicant (parent/guardian) must provide documentation (a referral from a health, social, or educational professional) that supports the need for the service or product requested. 
  • The applicant (parent/guardian) and child must reside within Saskatchewan. 
  • The applicant (parent/guardian) applying must reside with the child. 



MN-S Early Learning Childcare Let's Soar Program Application

Parent 1 - Applicant

Property Address

Mailing Address (R.R #., Box #, Street Address, etc)

Parent 2 - Applicant

Applying Child’s information:

Declaration of Truth and Consent

  1. The applicant declares that all the information given is true and complete.
  2. The child(ren) must be an MN–S citizen or in the process of acquiring citizenship. Visit our website for citizenship information.
  3. The applicant declares that their access to services are true and current to date of application.
  4. The applicant declares that their access to services is true and current to date of application.
  5. The applicant gives consent to MN-S and its agents to investigate and disclose any of the facts given in this application form for internal purposes or to other agencies for any of these reasons:
    1. To confirm accessibility services
    2. To confirm eligibility of the program
  6. The applicant acknowledges and agrees that the facts given in this application form will be kept and disposed of as required by The Archives and Public Records Management Act.
  7. The applicant agrees that MN-S may collect data for report and funding purposes.
  8. The applicant agrees that MN-S may be required to complete surveys at any given time.
  9. The applicant understands that this application does not obligate MN-S to approve funding.

"Applicant" refers to the Métis citizen who applies for the program. The applicant must be a parent or primary caregiver of the child for at least 50% of the time. The applicant is responsible for all communications with MN-S.

"Secondary Applicant" refers to another parent or caregiver living at the same address as the applicant and/or child. The secondary applicant has access to information and the status of application progress. The secondary applicant cannot apply for the same program as the applicant UNLESS it is for other children not listed under the applicant

Métis Nation-Saskatchewan
310 20th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0A7