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07/29/19

Introducing Our New Program Coodinator

The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages Inc. (SOHL) is pleased to welcome our new program coordinator, Kin Pwong Lay.

Kin has worked for a number of years in the government sector as well as in various non-profit sectors.

Her background in volunteering with the local communities like Karen Community of Regina, World University Service of Canada and Karenni Society of Canada gives her the ability to fully understand the cultural values and types of commitment that goes into running a non profit organization.

Kin received her degree in Human Resources Management from the University of Regina and hopes to bring the knowledge she has to help SOHL with office management, community engagement and program coordination. 

Thanks for joining me in welcoming Kin to the team and please do not hesitate to contact us!

 

 

SOHL has a NEW Mailing Address:

Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages

PO Box 24033 Broad Street

REGINA SK  S4P 4J8

 

Office Address remains the same:

2440 Broad Street

REGINA SK 

Arab Reading Competition Winner - Ahmad Dakouri

In 2018, the Islamic Arabic Weekend School participated in the International Arab Reading Challenge for the first-time. The competition was brought to Canada for the first time in order to unite native and non-native Arabic speakers with literacy. Ahmad Dakouri won second place in all of Canada and represented Canada at the International Competition in Dubai.

Arab Reading Challenge

Photos from Dubai Competition

Congratulations Ahmad!

                                

Heritage Language Day 2019

The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages Inc. (SOHL) held its annual Heritage Language Day Celebration on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the University of Regina.

 

Thank you to our sponsors - CBC Saskatchewan, University of Regina, and Multilingual Association of Regina - for hosting a very successful event. Visit Heritage Language Day to see who entertained us throughout the afternoon.