Saskatchewan Multicultural Leadership Award for outstanding contributions to multiculturalism in Saskatchewan. Priority will be given to nominees who have demonstrated sustained periods of commitment in their contributions. (The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union (SGEU) is partnering with MCoS to present this award, which includes a $500 donation to the recipient’s charity of choice.)
Multicultural Youth Leadership Award for promising contributions from people 29 years and under. (The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union (SGEU) is partnering with MCoS to present this award, which now includes a $500 reward.)
Eligibility: Living Saskatchewan residents are eligible for nomination with the following exceptions:
Anyone who is currently serving as an MCoS Board member, committee member or staff or has served in the past 2 years is not eligible
Immediate family members of such board members or staff are not eligible
People holding or seeking political office are not eligible
Members of the judiciary who still hold office are not eligible
Any past recipients of any MCoS award cannot be nominated for the same award.
Preference will be given to the person who demonstrates the most significant contributions to all five streams of work.
Front L-R: Jebunessa Chapola, 2015 Betty Szuchewycz Award Recipient, Her Honour the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, the Honourable Mark Docherty, Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport and Janelle Pewapsconias, 2015 Multicultural Youth Leadership Award Recipient. Back L-R: Rhonda Rosenberg, MCoS Executive Director, Renata Cosic, Director and member of recognition committee, Bruno Kossmann, MCoS President and Muna DeCiman, Director and member of recognition committee.
Word Nomination Form
If you prefer, you can download and complete the Word version of the nomination form.