#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.
Culture Threads: Event Sparks Cultural Conversations
Métis Mondays with the Battlefords Boys and Girls Club
Métis Celebration Encourages Reconciliation
Diversity of Voices on Cultural Boards
CARFAC bridges gap with Aboriginal artists
Several years ago, CARFAC Saskatchewan (Canadian Artists’ Representation/le Front Des Artistes Canadiens) identified a gap in terms of its service to, and engagement with, the Aboriginal artist community.
Shaping a new Multiculturalism Strategy for SaskCulture
Much has been said over the years about the term multiculturalism since it became a buzzword in the 1970’s.
Connections to Others Key to Common Ground
Combining In-Person and virtual Programming for a new Cultural experience
Everyone Has a Story to Tell
Biggar Takes Step Towards Reconciliation
Multiculturalism from north to south
Multiculturalism is a cause for celebration. Two Saskatchewan communities were among those hosting multicultural gatherings as part of Culture Days in September 2013.
Tours helping newcomers Discover Saskatoon
Museums. Art galleries. Historic sites. These three places are common sites on many cultural tours. In Saskatoon, leisure centres, government offices and food stores are the sites to discover instead.
Re-Imagining Cultural Intersections: Exploring Connections Between Indigenous and Newcomer Artists
Finding new Ways to Safely engage
Mapping a Path to Reconciliation
Gathering Focuses on Reconciliation and Relationship-Building
Community Brings People and Cultures Together
The world meets in Hazlet
The village of Hazlet in southwestern Saskatchewan has become an international cultural intersection point.
Being inclusive: Exploring the concept with Enid Lee
To be an inclusive organization requires more than just opening one’s doors a bit wider. Today’s inclusive organization must continue identifying who it serves and how it can adjust to be more open to the many cultures that call Saskatchewan home.