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WBYL’s thanks to its many volunteers and benefactors throughout the year.

Special thanks from the High School class to Dave Dutchak for the Rodeo Tickets that he gave to them earlier this year and to SIGA for all their assistance throughout the year.


WBYL would like to introduce and welcome Constable Preston Parranto as the new community liaison from the Saskatoon City Police.

 
 

We believe children and youth need special support to overcome disadvantages, where they exist. Earning their trust and friendship first, gives us a chance to then offer encouragement, direction and counselling.

We encourage and foster cross-cultural understanding and appreciation. Our programs and services are open to anyone, regardless of race, status, and socioeconomics.

We strive to role model values like respect, fair play, honesty, tolerance and forgiveness.

   
Pipe Ceremony  

First Monday of Every Month

Jan-Mar 2009 Schedule   click here

4th Annual Players Ball 2009
Click here for more info
Regular Hours of Operation
Monday & Friday   8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday   8:00 a.m . – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday   1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
     

WBYL Community Xmas Party
Dec 16/2009


Sponsored by:

Dakota Dunes CDC
Dakota Dunes CDC

Saskatoon Tribal Council
STC Urban First Nation Services


Interested in coaching Basketball @ WBYL?
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The Free wall is a designated space on the north side of the White Buffalo Youth Lodge open to any artists who has chosen graffiti art as a means of expression. All artists must register with their tag at White Buffalo Youth Lodge prior to using the Free Wall. Please see attached form.

The Free Wall has provided youth a canvas and gallery for their far to often-misunderstood art. The Free Wall is a WBYL Program and completely youth driven initiative that illustrates the need and the power of self-expression.

     
If you are interested in being a volunteer please contact the
White Buffalo Youth Lodge at 653-7676

   
Project partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (UMAYC).

 

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