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Member Development Workshop: Governance and Board Succession Planning

The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan strives to strengthen the capacity of its members by offering educational and training opportunities. In partnership with the City of Saskatoon, we are offering a Member Development Workshop. Dawn Martin, from Daybreak Consulting, will share her expertise and experience on Governance and Board Succession Planning.
As a consultant, Dawn Marin has spent 30 years assisting numerous agencies and non-profit organizations. Dawn’s approach to governance issues in the voluntary sector is thoughtful and pragmatic. She understands the issues and challenges that board volunteers face and is eager to provide organizations with guidance and support that will make a difference.

Workshop Details

Facilitator: Dawn Martin (Daybreak Consulting)
Date: Saturday, January 12, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Station 20 West, 1120-20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK
Fees: Members: $25 per person; Non-members: $50 per person
Notes: Registration includes workshop materials & lunch. Saskatoon Ethnocultural Network members will be covered by the City of Saskatoon.


Register by Noon on Friday, January 11, 2019
Please register online. Payment can be made by cheque or online. If you register online, please note that you will need to go to our Online Store for payment after you submit your online registration form.
Member Development Workshop Registration Form (Online form)

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Join the Education Students’ Society for a transformative professional development on, “Indigenization and Learning in the Classroom,” that promises to revolutionize your approach to teaching and learning! In this engaging workshop, we invite you to embark on a journey of reflection and growth as we explore the profound impact of Indigenization on educational outcomes for all learners. Delve into the effects of colonization, power, and privilege in relation to knowledge and history of Indigenous peoples.

Darryl Isbister will introduce you to Indigenous knowledges, epistemologies, and pedagogies, illuminating their incredible potential to enhance learning experiences.

Reserve your spot now and be apart of cultivating an inclusive educational environment! More Information and Registration HERE.