About Creative Kids...

Provincial Advisory Committee (PAC)

Establishing a new program that would support children and youth facing barriers to creative activities would not have been possible without the commitment, judgment and support of great community volunteers.  The initial steering committee set up in 2008 was made up of SaskCulture staff and several community volunteers who helped form the basis for what is now known as Creative Kids.  The volunteer members of this committee went on to form the original Provincial Advisory Committee (PAC) in 2009.  Chaired by David Millar, who was the instigator of Creative Kids, the PAC was instrumental in helping to establish initial policies, adjudication frameworks and identifying partnerships, as well as reviewing provincial applications in the first five years.

After Creative Kids Canada officially became a charity of SaskCulture in 2016, the Provincial Advisory Committee was disbanded.  The volunteers who provided many hours to the creation of this new charity will be remembered for their commitment and dedication to establishing a program that would help children in need.


Creative Kids Provincial Advisory Committee (Left to Right): Rick Kotowich, Reggie Newkirk, Tracy Knutson, Dr. David Millar, James Ingold, Peter Sametz, and Jan Seibel.


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Creative Kids - Provincial Office
404 – 2125 11th Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 3X3
Fax: (306) 780-9252
Local: (306) 780-9361
Toll free: 1-855-277-9469

Office Hours: 
Monday to Friday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Creative Kids is a program of SaskCulture Inc., a community-based, non-profit cultural organization. Thanks to funding from Sask Lotteries, SaskCulture is able to cover all administrative costs for Creative Kids.

We are Treaty People

Creative Kids' work and support reaches lands covered by Treaties 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10, the traditional lands of the Cree, Dakota, Dene, Lakota, Nakota and Saulteaux peoples, as well as homeland of the Métis.

We aim to be accessible and safe for everyone

Our office, including front door and washrooms, is wheelchair-accessible (building access at Cornwall Street entrance) during regular office hours. A proud supporter of safer and inclusive spaces initiatives, we are committed to a workplace free from hate, discrimination or harassment, where everyone is welcome.