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Join the Museum for lunch and interesting presentations on a variety of subjects. From local history, current events, local business and the natural world, Lunch n Learn is always savoury! This program is presented at the Museum on the third Wednesday of each month at noon. // April 17 @ 12 – 44 Robert St W, Swift Current // Lunch $10, Talk Free //

W.P. Bate Community School in Saskatoon will be holding an Art Showcase and Reconciliation walk at the school on Tuesday, May 21st, 2024.

Students at the school will engage in a variety of collaborative art projects featuring the Raven. From an origami mobile to traditional beadwork, to designs that support participation in artwork for all ages and abilities, students will work toward a collective understanding of Reconciliation, the importance of the educational Calls to Action, and a commitment as a school community to furthering our Reconciliation efforts. We welcome the community to smudge at the beginning of the event. Soup and buns will be provided for attendees and their families.

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


Join the conversation

The 2024 APM will take place on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, starting at 4:00 p.m. (EST).

There are two ways to participate, either in person at the Canada Council’s main offices in Ottawa or online via the livestream

Following the APM, participants attending the APM in person are invited to a reception in the Âjagemô Exhibition Space located at 150 Elgin Street in Ottawa, starting at 5:00 p.m. (EST).

Engage in the conversation. #CanadaCouncil24

Register for the Council’s 2024 APM

Register to attend the 2024 APM online or in person.

Send your questions

The 2024 APM will include a question-and-answer period during which we will respond to queries you have about the arts sector or the Council.

Send your questions before March 15, 2024, by emailing ap*@ca***********.ca.

We will make every effort to address as many questions as possible during the event. If we do not respond to your question, or if you have one after the event, please contact in**@ca***********.ca at any time during the year.


In-person participation

For participants attending the event in person, there will be simultaneous interpretation in French and English, American Sign Language (ASL) and Langue des signes du Québec (LSQ).

Should you require assistance or a specific accommodation, to ensure that you can fully participate in the event (including accommodation for non-permanent mobility issues), please indicate your requirements when completing the In-person Registration Form or send an e-mail to ap*@ca***********.ca.

The information provided will enable the Council to plan an event that meets the accommodation and inclusion requirements of as many participants as possible.

Online participation

The webcast will be accessible in English and French, with simultaneous sign language interpretation in ASL and LSQ, and closed captioning in English and French.

For additional information, questions, or concerns, please e-mail ap*@ca***********.ca.

Cannot watch the event live? Check back on this page after 2024 the APM for a full recording and transcripts.

Watch past APM videos on the Canada Council YouTube channel.

What is an Annual Public Meeting and why hold one?

As a Crown corporation, the Canada Council for the Arts is legally required to hold an Annual Public Meeting. More than that, it is a great opportunity to share annual updates with the arts community and the wider public in Canada.

Threads showcases the experiences of speakers and performers from across Canada. They come together and explore the question “How can people from different cultures, geographies, and religions learn to live with each other so that all can flourish?”

Details and Free Registration: https://www.sods.sk.ca/events/threads-cultural-conversations //

Join us for another exciting evening of networking and learning at SCIC Global Connections in Regina! This in-person gathering will take place on Friday, March 8, at 5:00 PM at Bushwakker Brewpub (Arizona Room), 2206 Dewdney Ave, Regina.

As always, we will focus on international cooperation, sustainability, and social justice, but on this day, we will also be recognizing International Women’s Day! Our presenters for the evening will be from the Regina Open Door Society (https://rods.sk.ca/). Regina Open Door Society (RODS), a prominent non-profit organization, stands as a beacon of commitment, delivering exceptional settlement and integration services to refugees and immigrants in Regina. RODS consistently dedicates itself to addressing the diverse needs of newcomers, offering an array of meticulously designed programs and services aimed at empowering them to achieve their aspirations and seamlessly participate in the broader community.

The inclusive programs, thoughtfully curated by RODS, extend support to newcomers of all diverse backgrounds, facilitating their integration into Canadian society. The overarching goal is to foster an environment of support and inclusivity, ensuring a smooth transition for both individuals and families.

Moreover, the presentation will showcase insights from two speakers, Zuhal and Basmah, who will deeply delve into the critical subject of Gender equality. Drawing from their rich experiences in their respective home countries, they will illuminate the challenges faced and the progress made in promoting gender equality. Additionally, they will share personal anecdotes detailing their journeys to Canada, articulating an unwavering commitment to delivering excellence in service to the newcomers’ community.

Take advantage of this fantastic chance to expand your network and make new friends and contacts. Join us at the SCIC Global Connections Networking Social at the Bushwakker Brewpub in Regina! (https://bushwakker.com/)

This short film tells the story of a group of Mennonite and Lutheran settlers north of Saskatoon living on land that was opened to settlement, in spite of it having been allocated as a reserve for the Young Chippewayan Band. Learn how these three groups banded together to overcome injustice; and, to understand the influence this has on us today.


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