In light of the COVID 19 pandemic affecting Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages (SOHL) has adopted a formal policy and implementing the following measures:
o Wash your hands frequently – for at least 20 seconds
o Do not touch surfaces and then your mouth, eyes or nose
o Use tissues when you cough or sneeze and dispose of them immediately, use your elbow if a tissue not available
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding. Any questions and/or concerns, please contact us by phone (306) 780-9478 or email: sohl
SOHL gives its warmest and biggest thanks to all of those that participated and attended the Heritage Language events in Regina and Saskatoon. Our celebrations of International Heritage Language Week and International Mother Language Day would not have been possible without you!
We are proud of all the students that took part and we are truly impressed with the talent!
Thank you to our sponsors, Government of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Intercultural Association, University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, Multilingual Association of Regina, Sunshine Community Development and main funder, SaskCulture for your continued support and generosity.
It’s that time of year again! Christmas is here.
Office is closed starting 12.00 pm on December 24th, 2019. We will reopen on the 2nd of January, 2020. We wish you a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year!
Lest We Forget! Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedom. We are forever grateful for your sacrifices and services.
Our office is closed on Monday, November 8th, 2019.
We will resume work on November 9th, 2019 during our regular business hours, 8.30am-4.00pm.
We wish you a joyful long weekend!
SOHL Staff & BODs
SOHL gives its warmest and biggest thanks to all of those that participated and attended the Heritage Language events in Regina and Saskatoon. Our celebrations of International Heritage Language Week and International Mother...
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A new SOHL program will be starting again soon! We're excited to announce that the 2016/17 year for the Mini-Language Lessons program is a go! Though there were concerns with the loss of funding, we have persevered and the...
The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages is pleased to hold a Supplementary Heritage Language Day in Regina. Thank you to our sponsors, Multilingual Association of Regina, University of Regina and our primary Funder, SaskCulture.
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!
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.
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.