Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

News

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The Government of Saskatchewan Northern Benefits Summary is Now Available!

By GenX Communications | July 4, 2016

Please find the 2015 Northern Benefits Summary under the “Reports” tab.

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New 2015 CVMP Annual Review Now Available

By GenX Communications | March 1, 2016

The 2015 CVMP Annual Review is now available under the Report tab. Please feel free to share with anyone who may be interested.

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Coordinator attends NLSD 113 Student Games!

By GenX Communications | February 10, 2016

Great event in Pinehouse with our young people excelling. Thanks to all the staff and community members!

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

By GenX Communications | December 16, 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from everyone at CVMP! May 2016 be filled with health and prosperity for everyone!

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The Government of Saskatchewan Northern Benefits Summary is Now Available!

By GenX Communications | October 7, 2015

Find the Report under “Reports” or http://cvmpsk.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014-Northern-Benefits-Summary-Mine-Surface-Lease-Agreement-Sept-2015.pdf

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CVMP Steering Committee Meeting

By GenX Communications | September 23, 2015

The CVMP Steering Committee met in La Ronge (and conference call) to discuss ongoing and future projects. Several future project ideas will be going through feasibility assessments before they are selected.

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Trip to Cumberland House

By GenX Communications | August 12, 2015

Coordinator Thomas Sierzycki met with municipal leadership and toured the Cumberland farm and greenhouse projects.

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CVMP Coordinator Supports NORTEP/NORPAC Fundraiser

By GenX Communications | August 10, 2015

CVMP Coordinator Thomas Sierzycki participated in the NORTEP/NORPAC Dollars for Scholars Golf Tournament in Elk Ridge. Way to go NORTEP/NORPAC on a great event!

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CVMP Coordinator helps hand out La Ronge Region Food Hampers

By GenX Communications | July 30, 2015

CVMP Coordinator Thomas Sierzycki spent the day helping to hand out food hampers in the La Ronge region. Thanks to NRT, Kitaski and Potash Corp. for offering hampers to northerners affected by the fire evacuations.

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Welcome home Northern Saskatchewan

By GenX Communications | July 21, 2015

CVMP would like to welcome home all those who have been displaced by fire in Northern Saskatchewan. Up to 13,000 residents had to leave their homes and we are grateful that they are now back! A special thank-you to all those who helped during this crisis.