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Walk will begin at the Vimy Memorial Bandshell (AKA the Kiwansis Park Beside the Delta Bessborough) in Saskatoon. Hosted by Faith Bosse (Keeper of the Youth for the Iskwewuk E) & Colectivas. "In Memory of the MMIWG2S"
MCoS is seeking members to join our Board of Directors. This is an opportunity to share your perspectives, learn, and make decisions in the interests of the provincial multicultural community. MCoS seeks board members who are committed to multicultural values and reflect the diversity of the province. In June 2023, the Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary […]
Celebrate the art of Flamenco Music & Dance with performances and master classes throughout the festival!
A new play centering around the experiences of a Nigerian immigrant in Canada and a settler Canadian. Primarily informed by the artist’s experiences of immigrating to Canada after waiting for a decision for two years and five months, the play takes the audience through the psychological and emotional trauma faced by many immigrants before immigrating […]
A panel conversation in celebration of Asian Heritage Month and guided visit of the “Behind Racism” exhibit with the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon. The panel feature members of local Asian diasporic communities sharing lived experiences of intersectional and intergeneration identities. Join us at the free event for snacks and conversation before! Check back soon […]
Come and join us at the Aden Bowman Collegiate in the Library. Miriam Körner will read from her new book ‘FOX and BEAR’ in German and English. Fox and Bear live happily in the forest until Fox decides to make life more productive. Let' discover how that works out. All ages are welcome.
This learning opportunity will take place in two parts. Part 1 - Youth Anti-Racism Facilitator Training and Part 2 - Colonization Simulation. To register contact Michelle Hassler: firstname.lastname@example.org or (306) 922-0400
MCoS’ monthly book club, ‘Between The Pages, Speak Up!’, meets to discuss May’s book – We Two Alone: Stories by Jack Wang. Please register for May’s meeting to receive the Zoom meeting link here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/608841018877.
Mosaic – A Festival of Cultures will return to the Queen city on June 1, 2 and 3