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 or jeunesenaction.com or email funding@takingitglobal.org.

Download: Rising Youth Community Service Grants Flyer (pdf)

National Highway to Harmonious Canada Video

Multi-Faith Saskatchewan and Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan collaborated in the production of this 45-minute video to mark the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation. The project was supported by the Community Fund of Southern Saskatchewan as well as numerous cultural organizations, faith communities and volunteers. Access Communications donated its services in producing the video.
The main features of the video are the hopes and wishes by children of different faiths and cultural groups for a peaceful and harmonious Canada, silent prayers, cultural performances and the national anthem by all participants.
For more information about Multi-Faith Saskatchewan visit http://www.multifaithsask.org/. You can view the video embedded below and share it with your networks.



 

Join us for the Living Heritage Symposium!

Expanding on last year’s theme of “Sharing the Land,” presentations will focus on how we relate to the land in a changing world. By the age of seven each one of us has been immersed in a cultural milieu we inherit from previous generations. As we grow, our cultural perspective & worldview are adapted to meet changing needs and circumstances. Through interactive exercises, conversation and performance we will explore different cultural perspectives and contemporary values related to our understanding of place, our relationship with the land and how we care for the land that sustains us all. Creating a shared
future depends on it.

Sessions include:
• Conversation with Trevor Herriot, Saskatchewan based writer – naturalist – activist
• Discussion on Faith Perspectives on the Land
• Discussion on Values, Policy and the Land
• Performance by “Songwriting for Nature” artists
The cost to attend is $10.00 + GST. If you would like to attend but the registration fee is a barrier, please contact organizers for registration options.

Download Poster and Agenda:

Living Heritage Symposium – Poster & Agenda (pdf)

Online Registration:

https://secure.touchnet.net/C22138_ustores/web/classic/store_main.jsp?STOREID=95&clearPreview=true&SINGLESTORE=true

RMC and MCoS Offering Anti-Racism Workshop in ReginaMarch 21, International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, MCoS, Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, Racsim, Discrimination

This FREE anti-racism workshop is for high school students from Regina and surrounding area. Registration is limited, so be sure to register soon!
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE
Location: Eastview Community Centre: 615 – 6th Avenue, Regina, SK
Register: Please download, fill out and return this form: Regina Anti-Racism Workshop Registration (doc)