What's New

COVID-19 Information & Updates

March 17, 2020

In an effort to keep our staff and those around us safe and in support of the social distancing preparedness recommendations, all AITC-SK staff members will be working remotely from home.  We will continue to be available by email and phone, however please note our hours may be irregular or reduced as many of us are also balancing having our children at home.  Thank you for your understanding!  

March 16, 2020

In compliance with the Government of Saskatchewan's decision to indefinitely suspend all classes in Saskatchewan pre K-12 Schools, AITC-SK has suspended all programming until further notice.

Further updates to come.  Stay safe out there!💚

March 16, 2020

In response to recent updates in the COVID-19 preparedness recommendations, we ask that scheduled Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM) presentations are suspended until further notice. An email was sent to all participants, the contents of the email can be read here.

March 13, 2020

Amid the growing global concerns of COVID-19, Agriculture in the Classroom-Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) is providing details of our response.  The health and safety of students, teachers, volunteers and our staff are our top priority and of utmost importance to us.

At this time, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has assessed the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for the general population in Canada, but this could change quickly.  In response, AITC-SK and our partners are in discussions pertaining to the safety risk of current and upcoming programs such as Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month, Garden EXperience, and more.

Ag in the City has been cancelled and we are suspending programming in all Saskatoon Public Schools, in alignment with their proactive safety measures. As further decisions are made, we will update our website with new information.

Public Health Officials continue to reassess the national and provincial public health risk as the situation evolves, and as such AITC-SK will continue to monitor these sources and update our website with new information and response changes.

Saskatchewan has a dedicated page to keep members of the public informed. Please visit www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus for updated information as it becomes available.