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Participants will receive a short presentation on basic grant writing and have an opportunity to meet with City of Saskatoon staff and ask questions about City grant programs. Register in advance for this free workshop: firstname.lastname@example.org A meeting link will be sent out prior to the workshop. This workshop is open to Saskatoon residents only. […]
In this hands-on grant writing workshop, led by staff from the City of Saskatoon, SaskCulture, and SK Arts, participants will learn how to create solid project plans, develop a project statement, and build a project budget. Register in advance for this free workshop: email@example.com A meeting link will be sent out prior to the workshop. […]
This workshop is presented in partnership with the LMLCC and Lumsden Beach Camp, in conjunction with the LBC's 2021 Summer Artist-in-Residence Program. This 2.5 day workshop for Adults will have participants creating their own pair of custom elk-hide moccasins. This workshop has limited space and will adhere to any Covid-19 restrictions that may be implemented. […]
Understanding the details of the residential school system is a key component toward learning and reconciliation for all Canadians. For this reason, CRRF, in partnership with the Woodlands Cultural Centre, is hosting a virtual tour of the Mohawk Residential School on Monday, October 25th at 1 PM Eastern Standard Time. This event is part of […]
The History & Legacy of the Residential School System in Canada: Thursday, November 4th at 1 PM – 3 PM EST Panelists will discuss the why behind the residential school system and the mark that it has left on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people across the country. Speakers: Ms. Levinia Brown, former MLA Rankin […]
On behalf of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF), MCoS would like to invite you to the upcoming webinar. On Wednesday, November 3, 2021 (6 to 7:30 p.m. MST; 5 to 6:30 p.m. PST; 7 to 8:30 p.m. CST; 8 to 9:30 p.m. EST) CRRF will be hosting a dialogue in partnership with MacEwan University on […]
Join us to celebrate Riel Day with Gabriel Dumont Local 11!
The pandemic has shone a light on systemic inequities; growing awareness must compel change. How will community advocates, governments and institutions meet the moment? The Urban Alliance on Race Relations and the Canadian Race Relations Foundation have teamed up to present a special two-day virtual summit to explore the pressing issues impacting racialized communities. Join […]
In this session, we will explore the stories we are told about the history of the prairies and how they shape our worldview and understanding of inequality. We will investigate our own social locations within this history and discuss strategies for creating solidarity and allyship across difference. Please register 48hrs in advance of the […]
The Act of Reconciliation & Allyship: Thursday, November 25th at 1 PM – 3 PM EST (Speakers to be confirmed) This session will centre on allyship and how Canadians can become ‘co-conspirators’ against institutionally racist systems targeting the Indigenous population.