Reminder: Our upcoming book club meeting is in one week! Date: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Location: Zoom This month’s read is Conversations In Black: On Power, Politics, and Leadership by Ed Gordon. Important: The meeting Zoom link will be made available in the Between the Pages, Speak Up! Facebook group prior to our […]
We are happy to introduce our new book club: Between the Pages, Speak Up! Our book club is designated to celebrating diversity but also actively engaging in literature that focuses on anti-racism and decolonization. It is open for anyone to join, we meet monthly on Zoom where we will engage in conversations about the […]
Our office entrances are now accessible! Thanks to generous funding from the Government of Canada through the Enabling Accessibility Fund – Grants, both of the main doors leading into our office and board room are now equipped with accessibility buttons.
MCoS is excited to announce the nominees for the 2022 Multicultural Honours Awards. These awards are given every year to celebrate and honour the multicultural contributions made by our nominees. #SKStrong #FromManyPeoplesStrengths #TogetherWeMakeSaskatchewanStrong Multicultural Youth Leadership Award for promising contributions from people 29 years and under. Congratulations to our nominees: Darian Agecoutay Amir […]
In celebration of Saskatchewan Multicultural Week many cities, towns, and villages have shown their support and proclaimed November 19 – 27, 2022 as ‘Multicultural Week’ in their areas. Below you’ll find a list of participating communities. Town of Assiniboia Town of Battleford Town of Birch Hills Resort Village of Candle Lake Village of Christopher […]
MCoS ICARE Coordinator Job Description Responsible to: Executive Director Salary: $60,000 per year plus benefits following a 3-month probation Contract: December 1, 2022 to March 31, 2024 with possibility of permanence Hours: Full-time with flexibility: 37.5 hours per week (often Monday to Friday 9:00 – 4:30) with some need for evening and weekend availability Location: […]
We have interviewed Dr. Jebunnessa Chapola, a settler and a woman of colour who is trained as a decolonial, anti-racist, feminist activist scholar and practinioner. In addition to her academic success, she is also engaged in decolonial social justice community activism and community-building activities. As a community-engaged activist scholar, she has worked in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, […]
“Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice and belonging is having that voice be heard”. This beautifully sums up Rhonda Rosenberg’s WHY in life. Rhonda Rosenberg is the executive director of the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan. Her ideology of creating a community where people are heard, understood and […]