Become a SunSense Certified School

The Canadian Cancer Society, one of Sun Smart Saskatchewan’s key partners, is pleased announce the launch of SunSense this fall. 

SunSense supports elementary schools to create sun safe environments that protect students and staff from harmful ultraviolet radiation (UVR) from the sun. The program uses a multi-component approach to UVR protection that includes education, policy development and shade.

Learn more about the free tools and resources for teachers and find out how you can become a SunSense Certified School.

Camp and Play the Sun Smart Way

Summer vacation is the perfect time for camping, swimming, playing, hiking, and relaxing at one of Saskatchewan’s beautiful provincial parks. Watch out for a Sun Smart Park Activity Kit when you visit to help you keep sun safety in mind while you’re making summer memories.

Life's Better Outside

We care about sun safety because life’s better outside, especially in Saskatchewan. With the right information and supports, you can practice sun safety and together we can create sun safe spaces, where we live, work, learn and play.

Sun Smart Lifeguards

Hey LIFEGUARDS! Learn about staying safe in the sun when you’re on the job. Get through the summer without a sunburn.. are you up for the challenge? ☀️ Explore resources and content for lifeguards & outdoor pools.

Did you know? Saskatchewan gets the most sun out of any Canadian province! Protect yourself with readiness and safety tips. 

Advice & Resources

Sun Smart Saskatchewan shines a light on sun safety when and where it matters most. Find information and resources to make sun safety easy!

Sun Smart Champions!

The future is looking mighty bright with these kids leading the way!

These students and their teacher convinced their town council to install a sunscreen dispenser at their local outdoor pool. What a great example of community leadership and innovation for skin cancer prevention.

You too can be a champion!

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Nominate a champion

Know someone who has been a champion for sun safety in their community? We want to hear about them!

Life’s better outside!