Are you a young person thinking about getting involved in politics? Do you support the Saskatchewan Party's vision of a growing and strong Saskatchewan?

You should join the Saskatchewan Party Youth! We're a dynamic group of young politically active individuals from across Saskatchewan. There are many reasons to join:

  • Meet MLAs and Ministers;
  • Network with other party supporters;
  • Learn how the political process works; 
  • Meet lots of new like-minded people with a passion for politics; and
  • Have fun at our awesome events.

Follow us on Instagram at @SaskPartyYouth.

Become a Saskatchewan Party Youth Member!

Saskatchewan Party Youth Executive


President: Tye Hapke
Vice President: Kaitlyn Kitzan
Director of Finance: Michael Aman
Recruitment Director: Brandon Johnson
Communications: Josh Dolinski
Secretary: Jon Delparte
Member at Large: Kane Charnstrom

Saskatchewan Party Campus Clubs

University of Regina

University of Saskatchewan
President: Kaitlyn Kitzan

Reasons why people joined the Saskatchewan Party Youth

"I’ve always been interested in provincial politics and in my first year of university, I decided that the Saskatchewan Party principles of a smaller, more efficient, and more accountable government coincided with my own views of how governments should operate.

I reached out to the youth and began to attend events, helping out whenever I could, but also enjoying being around other politically minded youth.

The many positive changes brought to this province, such as initiating the Graduate Retention Program and investing record amounts into our post-secondary system, show that the Saskatchewan Party is supportive of young people who wish to live and work in the province. I continue to strongly support the Sask. Party Youth, as it is an avenue for any young person who wishes to support the Saskatchewan Party, and become more involved in provincial politics."

- Brayden Fox


"As a new immigrant, my initial intention was to pursue a post-secondary education in the engineering field. However, when I moved to Saskatchewan, I was overwhelmed by the economic development and the political stability in the province. This made me curious as to whether I could implement such economic prosperity and political order in my mother country. The curiosity drove me to continue my higher education in Economics and Political Studies.

Throughout my time at the University of Saskatchewan, I discovered the strong connection between the Saskatchewan Party and the economic development within the province.

Among many other reasons to get involved in politics, this was the main reason for me to join the Sask. Party Youth. I believe the Saskatchewan Party Youth provides me, and others like me, with a unique opportunity to learn, engage, and celebrate the rapid development in the province."

- Danusha Rajapaksa