Alerts & Information
Updated June 1, 2023
All evacuees must contact municipal leadership for support and information. Please note that MN-S will not be providing any funds for any personal vehicles. If you are evacuating you must contact municipal leadership and they will tell you when the next bus is leaving your community.
Updated May 30, 2023
MN–S thanks its partners and friends for the support shown to our citizens in times of need. Because of your generosity, our fire evacuees and their families found solace during a difficult time, with accommodation, food, and entertainment:
Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency CUMFI
Saskatchewan Health Authority Clip ‘n Climb
Flynn’s Forest Wonderhub
Kidz Castle The Backyard
Western Development Museum Wanuskewin Heritage Park
3twenty Chief Thunderstick Hockey Championship
Thank you to everyone for coming together!
Updated May 17 – 9:30 pm
Your Métis Nation government has teamed with the Government of Saskatchewan to provide shelter and necessities for residents forced to flee their homes from raging northern wildfires.
NEW*** Notice to all northern Saskatchewan fire evacuees, the number to call to register for safe lodging and food is 1-855-559-5502 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., seven days a week.
If you have any further questions, our MN–S team is ready to assist at 306-292-7480.
Mental Health and Wellness Supports are also available to those in need on site or at
1-855-671-8653 or 24 hrs. at 1-877-767-7672.
MN–S is in constant communication with SPSA and will continue to monitor the situation. We encourage residents to respect the fire bans in place this long weekend and take every precaution to ensure they do what they can to minimize the risk open flames pose. Air quality in all Regions of the province is also being watched closely.
A wildfire inquiry line has been established to provide information about fire bans and evacuations. Saskatchewan residents can call 1-855-559-5502 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., seven days a week for updates.
To monitor the wildfire situation in Saskatchewan, go here.
To monitor the wildfire smoke, go here.
More emergencies and response information can be found here.
If you see a wildfire call 1-800-667-9660 or dial 911.
This page will be updated as information becomes available.