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Sustainable Livelihoods and Living Heritage
Heritage Saskatchewan is proud to support this upcoming webinar series as part of activities related to the UNESCO Co-Chair in Living Heritage & Sustainable Livelihoods held by Kristin Catherwood Mantta, our Director of Living Heritage, and Agnieszka Pawlowska-Mainville at the University of Northern British Columbia.
With an emphasis on Northern experiences, the webinar will delve into a discussion around living heritage and its links to sustainable livelihoods in Canada’s northern regions.
Registration is required at this link.
Please share this and join us on February 29th and March 25th.

Register at this link.

Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation formally invites you to Saskatchewan’s first ever Afrocentric Symposium on February 8th – 9th, 2024. Join us at the TCU Place to learn about Black History Month and participate in conversations that inspire change, building community connections, and create sustainable growth.

This year’s theme “Black Awakening” focuses on creating community growth and sustainable outcomes to help achieve social cohesions and harmonious living. The Symposium will feature various influential speakers and erudite panelists across Black communities in Saskatchewan and beyond.