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Announcements from other Organizations

Rising Youth Community Service Grants

Rising Youth Community Service Grants empowers young people, ages 15-30 to imagine ideas that can support their local community and helps put those ideas into action through grants of $250, $750, or $1500.

A dedicated team of Youth Engagement Activators are available nationwide to answer questions related to the application process and provide ongoing project support to make sure youth projects are thriving and successful.

This initiative is administered by TakingITGlobal and funded by the government of Canada through its Canada Service Corps initiative.

For more information, visit, www.risingyouth.ca / http://jeunesenaction.com/ or email funding@takingitglobal.org.

Download: Rising Youth Community Service Grants Flyer (pdf)


Nominations Open for Saskatchewan Arts Awards

Nominations for the 2018 Saskatchewan Arts Awards are now open until May 31, 2018. Presented by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the awards celebrate the achievements of individuals, groups and organizations in all arts disciplines. Find out more about the award categories and how to nominate someone here.


Nuit Blanche Regina – Call for Artists

Regina’s inaugural Nuit Blanche festival is looking for emerging and experienced visual and performing artists to participate in this free, night time event on September 29, 2018. The festival promotes the exploration of Regina and creation of dialogue through art. More information can be found here.


2018 Arts Congress – Registration Open

Registration is now open for the 2018 Arts Congress, a biennial event that brings together Saskatchewan’s arts community to share ideas and discuss critical issues facing the arts in the province. It takes place in Saskatoon on May 4 & 5 and the theme is Making Art in Dangerous Times. Download the registration form here – register before April 23 for discount.


Call for Nominations – SaskCulture Board of Directors

SaskCulture is seeking volunteers for the SaskCulture Board of Directors. SaskCulture strives to build a culturally vibrant future in which all citizens of Saskatchewan individually and collectively, celebrate, value and support participation in and access to cultural experience.   Positions to be filled include the president role and three, two-year term positions with demonstrated knowledge in First Nations heritage, arts, and/or multiculturalism, as well as one Membership at Large position.

The complete application package for the SaskCulture Board is  available on the SaskCulture website. 


Lieutenant Governor’s Heritage Awards 2018

The Heritage Awards, administered by Heritage Saskatchewan, are presented annually by the Lieutenant Governor. The Awards provide an opportunity to recognize heritage projects that build resilient and sustainable communities for the future. In recognizing success stories, the Awards program celebrates, inspires, encourages and catalyzes the safeguarding of Saskatchewan’s rich and diverse Living Heritage for generations to come.

Eligibility Criteria:
Organizations, businesses, and all levels of government are eligible to be recognized in the following four categories:
1. Community Development
2. Public Outreach
3. Physical Heritage Conservation
4. Intangible Cultural Heritage

Any individual, organization, business, or government body, may submit a nomination. Nominations Procedures: Submit nominations to Heritage Saskatchewan by email, mail, or courier: info@heritagesask.ca | 200 – 2020 – 11th Avenue, Regina SK S4P 0J3. Deadline for submissions is April 27th, 2018.

Downloads:

2018 Heritage Awards – Call for Submissions (pdf)
2018 Heritage Awards Regular Submission Form (pdf)
2018 Heritage Awards Category 3 Submission Form (pdf)


Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society Addresses Reconciliation

The Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society (SHFS) issued a news release today that points out the resistance by many to accept the true impact of the settler society, particularly its impact on Indigenous peoples. The release notes the important role historians and folklorists play in reconciliation efforts, through ensuring that the history of Canada, and in particular the prairies, includes and reflects the experiences of First Nations and Métis people. The release follows a February 23 op-ed piece about reconciliation in the Leader-Post by Keith Thor Carlson, president of SHFS’ board of directors.


Join the Katimavik National Experience!

Katimavik offers young adults opportunities to gain life skills and work experience while contributing to community development through volunteerism. Discover Canada. Discover yourself.

This fully-immersive 6-month program brings together 11 young adults who share and manage a Katimavik house while living in two different communities. Volunteers will spend 3 months in an English-speaking community and 3 months in a French-speaking community. The group will be accompanied by a Project Leader, who resides in the house to mentor and facilitate the life-changing experience.

Apply now for this life-changing, 6-month volunteer experience! Open to ages 18 – 25. Apply at https://katimavik.org/en/we-offer/national-experience/


Buffy Saint-Marie and the Regina Symphony Orchestra: Journey through Truth and Reconciliation

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is undertaking a major partnership with Buffy Sainte-Marie promoting truth and reconciliation within our province. The partnership began with a concert on October 11, 2017 and continues with a tour to First Nation’s communities with Buffy in the spring. It’s a massive project, but one that the RSO is extremely excited to be a part of! Learn more


Inaugural Canahari Summer School

In 2018, the first Canahari Summer School will be offered in Regina. It will be an opportunity to engage children and youth through authentic multicultural education in arts, sports, crafts and languages. Find out how you and your cultural association can be involved. Visit us today at www.canahari.ca or email jbushiconsulting@gmail.com for more information.


Toolkit workshop Series

 The Community Research Unit, along with the Regina Public Interest Research Group, STOPS to Violence, and the U of R Career & Professional Development Office offers diverse workshops and other great professional development opportunities to students, faculty and community members in the Toolkit Workshop Series.

Register online today!


Welcome to Regina – Immigration Portal

Regina officially launched the Welcome to Regina website, which was designed specifically for immigrants, to provide them with the information they need to succeed in Regina. The website was developed in partnership with stakeholders based on consultations with immigrants, immigrant-serving organizations and partners. The website focuses on ease of navigation and provides first-point-of-contact that allows immigrants to find information and sources they need to settle in Regina.

Visit: http://www.welcometoregina.ca/ 


Get involved with INVOLVE!

Are you, do do you know, a newcomer who wants to develop community leadership skills? Integrating Newcomers With Volunteer Opportunities to add Leadership Value through Education (INVOLVE) is offering workshops in Regina during March to help newcomers develop skills needed for community leadership. Visit the Regina Open Door Society to learn more.

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