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The 9th installment of 10 in the Rez Christmas Series. Zula Merastee is expecting company this Christmas, her youngest granddaughter. Meanwhile, Sihkos lies in the hospital, having been accidentally struck by a snowblower. Having eavesdropped on the doctor, Clare learns that Sihko’s condition may be far more serious than they had thought. Directed by Danny […]
Learn about the festive season in Saskatchewan over 100 years ago. Explore holiday traditions, see what types of gifts were given, and make. About this event Christmas is a time when a person’s thoughts turn to family gatherings, decorated trees, turkey dinners, brightly wrapped gifts and holiday traditions. Like today, children of long ago grew more […]
Join us Sunday, 30 January 2022 from 11 – 5:30 PM, celebrating the launch of African Canadian Black History Month. Enjoy access to all second-floor galleries, and hourly facilitated tours! From 1 – 2:30 PM (CST), please join us as we celebrate the launch of African Canadian Black History Month, led by Carol LaFayette-Boyd with […]
How do you celebrate the new year? Food and family are a big part of the new year celebrations for many Asian families. There can be similarities but also many differences in how we celebrate. Asian Voices YXE is excited to invite you to join us as we share stories, traditions, and favourite dishes through a casual […]
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 learn about the wide range of African-Canadian experiences, including dealing with racism, and the vital role this community has played throughout our shared history. EVENTS […]
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 Festival of Words.
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 pay tribute to their loved ones. Our initiative is to create a commemorative Starblanket that will incorporate a story for each square in the star. […]
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 thirty years, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s Employment Equity Policy has encouraged participating employers to develop equity programs and plans to achieve their staffing and […]
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: https://www.eventbrite.ca/.../black-history-month... ABOUT THIS EVENT We will celebrate Black professionals, artists, performers and musicians and their contributions in Saskatchewan as well as showcasing their talents and work to the general public. We […]
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- Stigma within the Black community and ethnocentric groups 2-2:05- Snack Break 2:05-2:45- Dr. Irene Tchum-Ugbawa to discuss Mental Health with Families especially as Newcomers to […]