How we can help

SATP’s Resource Page tools are available to the theatre community who experience sexual harassment, assault or abuse. We are working together to find the resources for our toolbox to cultivate and support cultural leadership in Saskatchewan. We continue to develop guides on how to navigate these systems to access the support that will be most useful to you.

If you know of another resource for our toolbox, please let us know and we would be happy to share with everyone. Please email any concerns, questions or comments to

Artists tell the stories of our time through courageous acts of creativity that require vulnerability, honesty, sacrifice, and talent. It is our shared responsibility to create safe spaces for artists to create within, and by signing on to this pledge, we commit to this work on behalf of all Canadian performing artists.

Respectful Workplaces in the Arts is a national campaign to build a sector-wide culture of fairness, dignity and respect. Let’s work together to shape safe and healthy work environments, free from all forms of harassment. #RespectInAction

Respectful Arts

For SATP Code of Conduct visit our Respectful Workplaces in the Arts Code of Conduct page found her


Developed by Williams HR Consulting - a 30-minute animated artist/worker/employee training resource on ‘what actions to take when experiencing/witnessing harassment’ with a questionnaire to test learner recall of key points.


Developed by Williams HR Consulting - a 30-minute management training resource on ‘responding to allegations of harassment in the workplace’ with a questionnaire to test learner recall of key points.

Support & Counselling...

If you are in distress and need immediate support, we suggest contacting the:


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Free legal advice available to survivors of sexual assault and harassment here in Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre
201 - 506 - 25th Street East
Saskatoon, SK  S7K 4A7
Business: 306-244-2294

Crisis Line: 306-244-2224

  • Counselling (individuals & family)

  • Support Groups

  • 24 hour crisis line

  • Information/Referrals

  • Accompaniment

  • Free & Confidential

  • Public Education & Workshops

Police & Emergency Services


Crisis Nursery 306-242-2433
Family Service Saskatoon Intimate Partner Violence Outreach 306-244-0127
Mobile Crisis 306-933-6200
Rural RCMP 306-975-5173

Legal Services

Classic 306-657-6100
Domestic Violence Court Case Workers 306-975-8212
Elizabeth Fry Society 306-934-4606
Family Law Information Resource Centre 1-888-218-2822
Legal Aid (urban) 306-933-7820
Legal Aid (rural) 306-933-7855
Provincial Court Clerk 306-933-7052
Public Legal Education Association 306-653-1868
Saskatoon Police Service Victim Services 306-975-8400
Victim Witness Services 306-933-5173

Abuse and Support Hotlines (

Abused Women’s Info Line (24 hrs) 1-888-338-0880
Parent’s Help Line (24 hrs) 1-888-603-9100
Saskatoon Sexual Assault (24 hrs) Crisis Lines 306-244-2224

Saskatoon Branch of Canadian Mental Health Association
CMHA-Saskatoon Branch, Inc. is a non-profit organization, which assists and supports people with mental illness to maximize their potential and to achieve positive mental health in their lives as community members. The enhancement of mental health in the community is achieved through programs and services, public education and advocacy.

Regina Branch

Finding Help Most of us go through life solving our day-to-day problems without needing help to cope with our feelings. But a severe illness, an accident or an emotional crisis can overwhelm us, at least temporarily, and suddenly we need help. In this section, you will find resources and tips on getting help when you need it most.

Are you in crisis? If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs immediate assistance: 

  • go to the nearest hospital

  • or call 911

Do you need medical advice? Contact your General Practitioner for a referral to a qualified mental health care professional.

Looking for community support services?  Find the closest CMHA near you – Find Your CMHA

Mental Health for all

Support Services

Aboriginal Resource Officer 306-975-8400
OUT Saskatoon 306-665-1224
CFS Saskatoon 306-244-7773
Child & Youth Community Mental Health Services 306-655-7950
Family Service Saskatoon 306-244-0127
Global Gathering Place 306-665-0268
Indian & Metis Friendship Centre 306-244-0174
International Women of Saskatoon 306-978-6611
Newcomer Information Centre 306-978-1818
Saskatchewan Intercultural Association 306-978-1818
Saskatoon Open Door Society 306-653-4464
Youth Exposed to Violence 306-244-0127

Emergency Shelters

Adelle House 306-668-2761
Infinity House 306-955-2332
Interval House 306-244-0185
Pet Safekeeping Program 306-374-7387
Mumford House 306-986-2157
YWCA Shelter 306-244-2844

Canadian Actors' Equity

Not in OUR Space! Equity's Respectful Workplace Campaign
Not in OUR Space! is a national anti-harassment and respectful workplace collaboration campaign developed by Equity which seeks to ensure healthy and productive working conditions for all professionals working  in  live performance  across the country. How do I get help? Contact a Respectful Workspace Advisor   Email:   Phone: 1-800-387-1856


Call HealthLine at 8-1-1 for professional health advice, including mental health and addictions support.

Saskatchewan Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

Everyone has the right to a healthy and safe work environment.  The Saskatchewan Employment Act outlines the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees to ensure Saskatchewan workplaces are free of harassment.
Visit this webpage for more information.

Developing Respectful Workplace Policies & Procedures

 Whether your company policies were developed years ago or you are in the process of developing more formal policies and procedures, it is important to review them regularly.

The Canadian Human Rights Commission has an excellent guide for policy development.

Each province has different legislation around safe and respectful workplaces and anti-harassment/anti-bullying regulations.  Please visit the appropriate government websites below for more information as it relates to your theatre.

Code of Conduct

SATP is working on developing a "manifesto" to help foster a work environment and atmosphere that is respectful understand, and enjoyable for all Theatre Professionals.


Canadian Intimacy for Stage and Screen - A resource for professionals in the stage and screen industries with regards to scenes of Intimacy, including Best Practices, where you can get training and how to find an Intimacy Director.

Yes. To begin, read these sections:

Theatre: Canadian Theatre Agreement: 8:07 Sex and Nudity

Film: Independent Production Agreement:
A24 Nude Scenes

Independent Theatre Agreement (ITA)

Canadian Theatre Agreement (CTA) and Independent Theatre Agreement (ITA). 2015-2018 will include basic material changes that will come into effect January 4, 2016. Click for details.                          

Do you think we are missing some important resources? Email us and help us out.