Success Stories

General Culture, Heritage

Adventures in Archaeology

On tour with the Saskatchewan Archaeology Society

A photo of trees in the  Saskatoon Afforestation area.
General Culture, Indigenous, Multiculturalism, Truth and Reconciliation

Benefits to involving diverse cultural perspectives in projects

Dec, 2023
Arts, Cultural Industries, General Culture, Heritage, Multiculturalism, Municipality

Connections to Others Key to Common Ground

Prince Albert
Nov, 2021
Arts, Cultural Industries, Heritage

Keeping Museum Conversations Online

Regina or Remote/Hybrid
Nov, 2020
First Nation and Métis Specific, First Nations , Indigenous, Métis

Advancing Reconciliation Beyond Words

Regina or Remote/Hybrid
Mar, 2020

Maple Creek Moves Forward

How a town in southwest Saskatchewan discovered that the preservation of its past can spur cultural growth today.

Maple Creek
Nov, 2014

Main Street Program continues to revitalize Saskatchewan Communities

Traditionally, Main Street has been the hub of the community for towns and villages throughout the province. Four Saskatchewan communities are now taking steps to ensure it remains that way for years to come.

Mar, 2013

Community partnership leads to cultural growth

An interest in cultural planning by five Saskatchewan communities has blossomed into an innovative regional partnership, which includes involvement in the Main Street pilot projects and increased community momentum.

Jun, 2012
General Culture, Heritage

Four lakes, four seasons, five communities for culture

“I have always been interested in revitalizing our main street,” says Elaine Hanson, town councillor and business owner, Fort Qu’Appelle. “We tend to use the beauty of the Qu’Appelle Valley as an excuse to do very little to improve the aesthetics of the t

Fort Qu'Appelle
Oct, 2011
General Culture

Uncovering the Cultural Drivers for Saskatoon's Culture Plan

Known for its river, its heritage and its vibrant arts and culture scene, Saskatoon jumped on the opportunity to incorporate its unique culture into a range of different strategic planning priorities.

Jan, 2011
A photo of the CAMP Sask Arts Board having a video call with a consultant as part of the Nonprofit Lifecycles Capacity Building Program.
Arts, Cultural Industries

Increasing support for best practices for non-profits: Building a strong foundation for the future

Jun, 2023
Cultural Industries, Heritage, Municipality

Moose Jaw on Track with its Culture Plan

Moose Jaw
Nov, 2021
First Nation and Métis Specific, First Nations , Indigenous, Métis, Multiculturalism

Mapping a Path to Reconciliation

Sep, 2020
Arts, General Culture

Report Shows Saskatchewan Citizens Spend Less Time on Leisure and Culture

Dec, 2019
General Culture

Our Humboldt– Looking toward the future through a cultural lens

Humboldt is stepping into the future with a brand new culture-led growth plan.

Jun, 2014

Saskatoon’s Heritage in the palm of your hand

A university of Saskatchewan student is rewriting Saskatoon’s history—and now that history fits in the palm of your hand.

Mar, 2013

Opera house inspires community's culture planning

A shrine to Saskatchewan’s rich history, the Town of Battleford has moved its historic Town Hall/Opera House onto centre stage as part of its most recent municipal cultural plans.

Apr, 2012
General Culture

Celebrating Culture in Kindersley

Kindersley is taking the lead when it comes to showing off their culture. The town of about 4,400 residents is home to a diverse and talented group of performers, arts and culture supporters, and educators.

Jan, 2011
General Culture

Yorkton Aims for Cultural Excellence

Yorkton was one of the first Saskatchewan communities to develop a cultural plan. Organizers saw its development as an opportunity to achieve greater community engagement in the development of Yorkton’s cultural sector.

Jan, 2011