Saskatchewan Sage - Saskatchewan's Aboriginal Publication

Saskatchewan Sage

In October, 1996 AMMSA launched Saskatchewan Sage, a publication designed specifically to serve the Aboriginal people of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Sage is published monthly and already boasts of a monthly circulation of more than 8,100. Canada Post delivers more than 4,500 copies; 2,000 copies on Saskatoon newstands and 1,500 copies on Regina newstands.

Saskatchewan Sage is about sharing the common Aboriginal experience ­ be our readers Metis, First Nations or non-status. Where other publications have been exclusive, Saskatchewan Sage will serve as a uniting force for Aboriginal people of the province. Saskatchewan Sage's community focus and grassroots appeal will make it extremely popular with Aboriginal readers.

The enthusiasm which has greeted Saskatchewan Sage confirms our vision for an Aboriginal publication for the people of Saskatchewan.