African Canadian Black History Month

During the month of February, we remember, acknowledge, and honour the contributions African-Canadians have made to our cultural, economic, and political landscape. It is an opportunity for all of us to […]

Aboriginal Storytime

Join Solomon Ratt, Wilfred Buck and @festivalofwords for Aboriginal Storytime. A partnership between Library Services for Saskatchewan Indigenous Peoples Inc., Palliser Regional Library, Moose Jaw Public Library, and the Saskatchewan […]

Re-Igniting Sacred Fires

Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan : Through the Re-igniting Sacred Fires Project, AFCS is partnering with Iskwewuk E-wichiwitochik are partnering to bring together survivors and families of MMIWG2S+ to honour and […]

Courageous Conversations

The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission continues its online Courageous Conversations speaker series on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. “Supporting Inclusive Saskatchewan Workplaces through Equity Plans and Partnerships.” For more than […]

Black History Month Saskatchewan

Persephone Theatre

We will celebrate Black professionals, artists, performers and musicians and their contributions in Saskatchewan. Hybrid: Limited in-person seating and online virtual viewing tickets. REGISTER: ABOUT THIS EVENT We will […]

The Story of Black People and Mental Health

Women's Business Hub

The Story of Black People and Mental Health ABOUT THIS EVENT This workshop will be a hybrid (on-line/in-person) workshop. AGENDA: 1-1:15- Introductions, Discussion about our nonprofit 1:15-2- Dr. Jide Adelugba- […]

Bilingualism – Raising Children With More Than One Language.

 Saskatchewan German Council in partnership with the Saskatchewan Association of International Languages   Please join us for a workshop and Q & A session on bilingualism: Importance of bilingualism, passing on a mother […]