Entries by Carter

Act! Together We make a difference

ACT! is Regina Public Schools anti-racism, cross-cultural youth leadership program. ACT! School Teams are established in elementary and high schools throughout the system. Act! Team members work tirelessly to raise the global community of their schools through positive action and support of all students. This grade 6 to 12 program also allows often marginalized students […]

Old Wives Lake Festival

The annual Old Wives Lake Festival brings together history, culture, recreation and community pride. Festival-goers enjoy the street fair, engage with the fascinating and emotionally-told history of Mossbank, and many attractions (bouncy castles, face painting) in one weekend. The Town demonstrates the importance of deliberate action to reflecting its diversity through cultural performances, storytelling, food, […]


Collaborative Classroom Land-based Learning

A lot of learning comes from experience and being in the moment. Hence, the teachers deliberate actions to normalize incorporation of Indigenous learnings in the school culture to help Indigenous students, staff, and families feel valued. So, working with facilitators and elders outside the school, Grades 10-12 students of Lord Asquith School embarked on an […]

LloydFest 2019

LloydFest, a two-day summer celebration, was the first to bring the atmosphere of carnival to Lloydminster. It brought together over 23 ethnocultural communities for ancestral education and demonstration of intercultural linkages through dance, arts, and food. There were social opportunities for people to interact across many differences (age, gender, sexuality, ability, culture, etc.). The high […]

(I-CAN) Inclusive Capacity Advancement For Newcomers

Visible Minority Women Programming The Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc [TAYFFI] is a Saskatoon-based non-profit organization. They are launching phase 1 of I-CAN – Inclusive Capacity Advancement For Newcomers. I-CAN Women and Youth program is specifically designed to empower racialized women and youth through series of training and leadership activities including exposure to […]

MCoS Provincial March 21 Campaign

MCoS coordinates a provincial March 21 campaign which involves sending members and all school divisions packages with March 21 posters and stickers, activity kits, a social media campaign using #MarchOutRacism and Arrêt/Stop Racism Youth Leadership Workshops. The 2019 campaign is themed, Racism: Recognize it. Reject it! and anyone can download a free activity kit and join […]

How to Run an Annual General Meeting

Provincially incorporated non-profit organizations are required by law to hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM). Ensuring that this statutory business meeting takes place is part of good governance. An AGM is an important part of the democratic life of an organization. Check out SaskCulture’s web page How to How to Run an Annual General Meeting […]

Come Tour the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame

The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) is a non-profit organization that for the past 52 years has preserved the great sport history of Saskatchewan and is always trying to reach out to new organizations to come for a visit!  As well as day time tours, SSHF is now offering evening openings! Although the SSFH […]

Premier Apologizes to Sixties Scoop Survivors

Premier Scott Moe issued an apology to all those affected by the Sixties scoop in which Indigenous children were removed from their families and communities and placed in homes with families of European heritage. The apology is an opportunity for the “government to acknowledge with honesty, with humility and with deep regret what happened in […]