Quint’s Core Neighbourhood’s at Work Program and AANDC Treaty Card ID Clinic

“You plant the seed, you may not see the bloom, but you helped plant that seed for their future.” – Laverne

Laverne has been an essential part of Quint since it was created. She is a founding board member of Quint, and one of the reasons the organization has the pulse and impact it does today.

As a lifelong resident of Pleasant Hill and many years of community organizing in the core neighbourhoods,  Laverne’s leadership was an instrumental part of the vision that led to the formation of Quint. As a member of the founding Board, Laverne helped ensure that the foundation of Quint was solid with a clear strategic plan and policies that have shaped the organization as it developed in the early years.

Quint Development’s Core Neighbourhood’s at Work Program and AANDC Treaty Card ID Clinic

February 6, 2015
10am to 4pm 

Quint Development
Station 20 West 1120-20th Street West, Saskatoon

COST: Free

Only 40 Cards are available for adults only on a 
First Come – First Served basis

Either of the following valid identification are required to obtain a card:

Any government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license AND
either a Saskatchewan Health Card or an original Birth Certificate.

A completed and signed guarantor form AND
a photograph that is also signed by the same guarantor AND
either a Saskatchewan Health Card or an original Birth Certificate.


Quint’s Core Neighbourhood at Work staff are available to assist you anytime before the Clinic day with preparing the Guarantor document. 

Information about the guarantor form process is available on the AANDC website:

Quint’s Core Neighbourhood at Work Program 
Office hours: Mondays to Fridays, 8am – 4:30pm. 
No appointments are necessary.

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS: Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Sturgeon Lake First Nation, and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development

As the organization continued to grow, Laverne’s position evolved into the  Director of Operations but she continued to oversee and guide the affordable housing program. She is also one of our main social function organizers ensuring that we maintain a strong and cohesive staff team/family, something that she prides herself on. She has worked hard to make sure staff feel included, heard and part of the decision making process within the organization.

Laverne also played a large role in organizing Quint’s community events, what she calls “the fun work”. This included launching and planning the annual Our Core Communities Shine events, numerous community BBQ’s, and anniversary celebrations.

Laverne’s impact is throughout all aspects of Quint’s programming and practices. Her legacy will be that of dedication, compassion, and perseverance, always fighting for the good of her community and the people in it. On behalf of the Quint staff, board of directors and the community at large, Laverne we are so thankful for your leadership and vision to bring Quint to reality. Your contributions will continue to transcend the 26 years you have committed to our west side core communities and beyond.

Happy Retirement!