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MCoS takes leadership to coordinate provincial activities (projects, partnerships, campaigns, etc) that promote, foster, improve and develop multiculturalism in the economic, cultural and political life of Saskatchewan while working to achieve equality of all residents. These are guided by the current Strategic Plan. MCoS also often works in partnership with other organizations to enhance our resources to our members and the community at-large. We post stories to the web site on a regular basis that highlight MCoS Programs.
The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) offers an opportunity for high school students to participate in an anti-racism leadership workshop. Students will engage with peers from throughout the province as they work together in interactive activities to explore identity, power, privilege, colonialism and its legacies, reconciliation, racism and discrimination.
The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) is committed to promoting, fostering, improving and developing multiculturalism in the cultural, economic, social and civil/ political life of Saskatchewan while working to achieve equality of all residents. MCoS is a non-profit charitable provincial organizations cultural organization that provides service and support to multicultural and ethnocultural organizations across Saskatchewan.
The BRIDGES (Building Relationships through Intercultural Dialogue and Growing Engagement in Saskatchewan) program operated under the guidance of the three provincial partners from 2014 until March 31, 2019, using a model in which their local members take the lead in each community where BRIDGES is active.
INVOLVE (Integrating New Volunteers with Opportunities to add Leadership Value through Education) is a program that was piloted by the Regina Open Door Society (RODS) in partnership with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) and SaskCulture in 2015.