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St.Amant acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 Territory, the traditional gathering place of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene people and the traditional homeland of the Métis people. Read More

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If you are interested in holding a third-party fundraising event in support of St.Amant Foundation please call contact Chantal at cchampagne@stamant.ca or 204-258-7050.

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Andre attends St.Amant School and he is a delightful student who works really hard. His teacher Mei Shu says: “Andre has strong motivation and ability to learn. He loves all kinds of activities in the classroom: morning routine, word searches, being the cashier in the shopping games and math! He works very hard on his academic skills.” Andre is able […]

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The St.Amant Research Centre improves the quality of life of people with developmental disabilities through research and education. Your donation helps to fund this innovative research! Historically, people with developmental disabilities lived in congregate care settings. Over the past few decades, as the trends and rights for people with disabilities evolved, community living was identified as a more holistic and […]

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Buy a Falcon Lake Year Round Tagged Fish Ticket & support St.Amant while you fish this summer! If you or someone you know visits Falcon Lake over the summer, consider purchasing a ticket to the Summer Tagged Fish Contest. Anyone can participate, just buy your tagged fish ticket for $20 and you’ll have a chance of winning thousands of dollars […]

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Disruptions in routine are difficult for Colby and his mother Natalie and the COVID-19 shut down of the St.Amant School was especially hard given the journey they had getting there. St.Amant School was Colby’s fifth school and Natalie says “it was life changing for us all”. Colby struggled with safety concerns and anxiety and his attendance suffered at previous schools. […]