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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.

Anti-Racism Film Festival – Showing Mashkawi-Manidoo Bimaadiziwin’s ‘Spirit to Soar’
Hosted by the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association
more details : https://www.zeffy.com/en-CA/ticketing/0446e08c-ca9d-4041-830d-e3844097707b

The Newcomers film chronicles the lives of five immigrants facing isolation in small-town Saskatchewan as some of them struggle to find acceptance in their new homes.

This is a Community Forum event for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Also, this is a collaborative event hosted/organized by the Prince Albert Multicultural Council, MCoS, Saskatchewan German Council, and the Prince Albert Municipal Cultural Action Plan.

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/)

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.

More details and registration link coming soon! // https://mcos.ca/events/agm/

Advancing evidence-based approaches in Indigenous knowledge and science

This year, we come together to honour ancestral knowledge while shaping a brighter future. Explore cutting-edge research, connect with Indigenous scholars, and participate in hands-on workshops.


Why Attend:

The conference will bring together scholars, knowledge keepers, and other experts from across North America (Turtle Island) to share advances and experiences in Indigenous science, research, education, and policy.

Everyone is welcome to attend! Attending this conference will allow you to:

· Explore innovations in cutting-edge research

· Understand the importance of place by exploring Treaty 4 lands

· Enhance community connections and strengthen networks

· Immerse yourself in local Indigenous traditions


Conference Themes:

· Authentic and inclusive approaches to discovery and teaching

· Engaging youth in STEM

· Indigenous engagement with water, land and the environment

· Relationships, partnerships, and sharing knowledges in a good way

· Open sessions on other topics

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.

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.

JANUARY 29, 2024—During the month of February, Regina Public Schools proudly recognizes African-Canadian Black History Month. It is an occasion to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of people with African heritage and their communities. This month also provides an opportunity to continue learning about the wide range of African Canadian experiences, including dealing with racism, and the vital role this community has played throughout our shared history.

The 2024 theme for African-Canadian Black History Month is “Reconciliation and Healing.”

“The role of Black Canadians and their communities has largely been ignored as a key part of Canada’s history. There is little mention that some of the Loyalists who came here after the American Revolution and settled in the Maritimes were people of African descent, nor the fact that many soldiers of African descent made many sacrifices in wartime as far back as the War of 1812.”

“Few people in Canada are aware of the fact that African people were once enslaved in the territory that is now known as Canada, or of how those who fought enslavement helped to lay the foundation of Canada’s diverse and inclusive society.” (Government of Canada)

The Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum (SACHM) in Regina provides speakers for schools and works to enhance awareness of African-Canadian history and improved understanding of equity, equality and human dignity. Their virtual museum (https://sachm.org/) is a collection of the heritage, contributions and journeys of people of African ancestry who have lived or who currently live in Saskatchewan.

On Thursday, February 1st from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., everyone is invited to join the MacKenzie Art Gallery as they celebrate the launch of African-Canadian Black History Month in partnership with SACHM. To wrap up the month, SACHM and the Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, will host an event at Government House on Saturday, February 24th from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.