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Join the Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Network (EDIN) on Friday, June 21 as we gather in Regina’s Victoria Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day!

We have an incredible day planned and filled with Indigenous performances, family-friendly activities, children’s crafts, and Indigenous artistry. Activities include:

  • First Nation Cultural Teachings
  • Tipi Demonstrations
  • Beaded Keychains
  • Cree Syllabics Bookmarks
  • Metis Music and Dancing
  • Metis Jigging
  • Metis Pointillism
  • Red River Cart
  • Inuit Games
  • NIPD Button Making Station
  • Kid Zone Painting
  • Face Painting

Visit our Facebook page for more information HERE.

We invite people of all backgrounds to join us for this inclusive event, offering something for everyone and providing a valuable opportunity to learn and engage.

Join a virtual celebration on Thu May 09 2024 at 10:00 AM CST. Let’s come together to appreciate and honour the incredible mothers all around the world. Sit back, and enjoy heartwarming stories from our mothers. This event is a perfect way to show gratitude and love to the amazing women who have shaped our lives. Don’t miss out on this special occasion!

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Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild to celebrate the 2024 City of Regina Writing Award on Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 pm at Wascana Place (2900 Wascana Drive). The Award show will honour winner Iryn Tushabe and runners-up Ryshia Kennie and Elaine McArthur and will feature readings by all three writers.

Iryn Tushabe is a Ugandan-Canadian writer whose creative nonfiction and short fiction has been published in numerous publications. Her debut novel, Everything is Fine Here, is forthcoming with House of Anansi Press in Winter 2025. She won the $4500 prize for her project “Saved”, a collection of creative nonfiction essays the jury praised for their “fresh approach, polish and power”.

The event will also honour runners up Ryshia Kennie for her novel “Broken” and Elaine McArthur for her Young Adult novel “Akicita”. This is a free event open to the public; all are welcome. Reception with entertainment and cash bar to follow the program.

Registration : https://skwriter.com/events-and-workshops/2024-city-of-regina-writing-award-ceremony

Join us for a delightful cultural experience and celebration. Immerse yourself in the vibrant history and diverse traditions.

 

International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on the many accomplished women in our province and around the world. This year’s focus, to embrace equity, is at the heart of so many of the important discussions we have with our friends and families and in our communities. When equity guides our interactions and our decisions, we lift everyone up.

The Ghanaian Association has put together this wonderful event to celebrate Ghana’s 67th Independence Day celebration and also build a stronger community and Network.

SAVE THE DATE
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting our 2nd annual Rounddance on January 20th from 5pm-10pm located at 1770 Halifax St
If you have any questions please reach out to 306 536 1635

 

Join us for an inter-faith dialogue a community initiative that invites individuals from diverse faith backgrounds and those who don’t hold a specific belief in a higher power to come together in a spirit of mutual respect and understanding.
Through open conversations and shared experiences, we aim to break down barriers, dissolve misconceptions, and foster a sense of solidarity among neighbors of different faiths.
Join hands with us as we cultivate an inclusive environment where diverse religious perspectives contribute to the vibrancy of our community.
Embrace the beauty of coexistence, strengthen connections, and collectively build a community that celebrates the rich mosaic of beliefs that make us uniquely human.
Let us share multi-faith global peace prayer as we pray for a world where compassion knows no borders and the desire for global peace that will unite us all.
Venue: 304565, Township Road 362
Date: December 5th, 2023
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Light refreshments (finger food and beverages) will be provided
For more information:
call us at 306-986-5047
or
email us at co**************@tr******************.org
See you there!

The MCoS Office Closed over the holidays – December 23 – reopens January 2

Chanukah At The Legislative Building in Regina is happening!!

There’s no question; Chanukah is a Jewish holiday. However, the message is very, very universal. It’s a time of celebration. It’s a time to express freedom of religion and how proud we are that we’re able to practice our religion here in this beautiful country called Canada.