Staff Volunteerism

Scott Land staff are committed to their teams at work and to providing helping hands outside of the office. There are many Scott Landers across all our offices actively volunteering in their communities, selflessly providing time and energy to schools, community projects and charity groups, among other organizations.

Some of those who benefit from our committed volunteers include:

  • Freemasons
  • Mustard Seed
  • Parent councils
  • Meow Foundation
  • School hot lunch programs
  • Hull Child & Family Services
  • Cancer support – SaskTel Pioneers
  • School and community sports teams
  • First Responders and Victim Assistance
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada

Other Community Involvement


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Scott Land STOMP

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Teddy Bear Challenge

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