SFL Summer Camp
This six-day camp focuses on issues relevant to young people. The SFL Summer Camp addresses challenges facing youth including social justice and equality issues. It combines learning with cooperative recreation activities and lots of guaranteed fun!
Young people between the ages of 13-16 who are daughters and sons of union members are eligible to attend.
GSU will sponsor three GSU campers in 2017. On July 1 a draw will be made from all eligible GSU campers who are registered for camp and up to three campers will be reimbursed for their camp fees. To be eligible for the draw campers must be the daughter or son of a GSU member.
For information on the SFL summer camp, click here.
Camp fYrefly-Saskatchewan is an educational, social, and personal learning retreat for sexual and gender minority youth (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning, and allied). It focuses on building and nurturing their leadership potential and personal resiliency in an effort to help them learn how to make significant contributions to their own lives and to their schools, home/group-home environments, and communities.
The camp is designed for sexual and gender minority youth between the ages of 14 and 24.