#WeAreSK Public Service Announcements
During Culture Days 2013, the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan hired a freelance journalist, Evie Ruddy, and a videographer, Jason Rister, to travel around the province.
Combining In-Person and virtual Programming for a new Cultural experience
Li Michif nitooni katawashishin
Michif is a Beautiful Language
Language Key to Culture
Dene Language Immersion Camp teaches the Importance of Language Preservation
Language festival promotes cultural pride
“Love Your Language, Speak with Pride.” This was the message bestowed on over 450 First Nations students at the province’s first-ever Indigenous language Festival.
Storytelling important to preserving history & tradition
“So much of contemporary Aboriginal art practice, whether it is visual, media, performing, or interdisciplinary art work, is rooted in our culture’s oral stories and customary knowledge,” explains Elwood Jimmy, Festival co-director.
Program Helps Heritage Languages Thrive
Creating Platforms for Revitalization
Traditional Languages Meet New Form of Self Expression
Meme-making workshops help Northern youth reconnect to their roots
Literary Acclaim Meets Small-City Charm
A look into the Saskatchewan Festival of Words
Collaboration and Cultures: Curtain Razors brings Aztec heritage to the Prairies
Theatre has the power to transport us to new, imaginary worlds, and recently, Regina’s Curtain Razors brought a new world to life in their unique international performance, "Codice Remix."
Interest in Languages Continues to Grow
Have you ever passed by a classroom and heard children speaking Urdu or Igbo? The Saskatchewan Organization of Heritage Languages (SOHL) hopes the sounds of heritage language in schools will grow more and more common every year.
Webinars Increase Connection to Language and Culture
Keeping Language Alive
Connecting Language with the First Nations World View
Finding Your Family Roots
Traditional languages provide insight into heritage
New Digital Magazine Provides Link to Northern Talent
Language is a pathway to one’s cultural identity, and the Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) in La Ronge is taking a leading role to ensure this link is not permanently lost for future generations.