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Saskatchewan Multicultural Week - November 18-25, 2017

 
 

Saskatchewan Multicultural Week takes place November 18-26, 2017. This year’s theme and campaign is “Who’s Your Multicultural Superhero? and it runs from November 1-30. You are encouraged to celebrate by sharing who your multicultural superhero is and how they help to create welcoming and inclusive communities.

What is a Multicultural Superhero?
Multicultural Superheroes Promote Multicultural Values. This includes any person or group of people, real or fictitious, who inspires you with their super powers for respect and inclusion. A Multicultural Superhero is someone who creates welcoming and inclusive communities by:
- Protecting and celebrating all cultures
- Proudly embracing and sharing traditions
- Battling “Villains”, such as racism, discrimination, disrespectful ideologies, oppressive social systems and institutions, etc.
- Leaping tall barriers to build bridges for intercultural connections
- Activating a power magnet to draw diverse people together for creative innovation
- Demonstrating super vision and strength to achieve equality and equity for all.

Share your multicultural superhero on social media using #multiculturalsuperhero and challenge others to do the same during the month of November.  

For more information on Welcoming and Inclusive Communities, please click HERE! of contact Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) at 306-721-6267 or mcos@mcos.ca.

 
 

Welcome Yvonne!

The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages (SOHL) is pleased to introduce our new Program Coordinator - Yvonne Gray.

Yvonne comes with a wealth of administrative experience. She worked with the provincial government for fourteen years including being a member of the government's administrative team for the millennium celebrations in 2000 and the provincial centennial in 2005. She was co-owner of an event and project management business, oh my! solutions, for nine years and worked extensively with the cultural community. Yvonne is looking forward to working with Gord and the SOHL Board in promoting heritage languages throughout our province. 

Program Coordinator Hired!

Thank you to everyone who applied for our position of Program Coordinator, the candidates were outstanding and well qualified - it was difficult to select only one! You will all meet our new Program Coordinator shortly!

06/17/17

SOHL 2017 AGM

Annual General Meeting taking place on Saturday, June 17 in Regina at St. Athanasius Catholic Church (55 McMurchy Ave).

The day will consist of member consultation in the morning, followed by lunch (Subway sandwiches). After which we will have Praxis Consulting present a current report of the work they have done for SOHL during our transitioning period. The AGM will end the day and include Board Elections for both Vice-President and two positions for Director at Large.

A chartered bus is being provided for our Saskatoon members to help with the travel for the day. For more information on this service, please contact the office 306-780-9275 or sohl@<at style="box-sizing: inherit;">sasktel.net </at>

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

 

SOHL STAFF

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