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Community Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant

Community Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant

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SaskCulture's Community Cultural Engagement and Planning grant (CCEP) is accessible by municipalities, First Nations or Tribal Councils in Saskatchewan to plan for the cultural life of a community. The Community Cultural Engagement & Planning grant (CCEP) aims to support research,...


Forget Gains National Attention for Its Culture

Forget Gains National Attention for Its Culture

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The tiny village of Forget has long been known as a hub for arts and culture in southeast Saskatchewan, and now the community is gaining some national attention. Canadian Living Magazine listed the community of 42 residents as one of 20-plus small towns and villages in Canada that people need...


Canada Summer Jobs 2019 - Now Open to Youth aged 15 to 30

Canada Summer Jobs 2019 - Now Open to Youth aged 15 to 30

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Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program, which was formerly restricted to students has now expanded its eligibility to include all youth aged 15 to 30. CSJ, which provides funding to help employers including those from not-for-profit organizations, create quality summer work experiences for young...



Cultivating and Coordinating Parks and Recreation Opportunities on Social Media

Cultivating and Coordinating Parks and Recreation Opportunities on Social Media

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Watch this free webinar and learn how you can use social media to promote parks and recreation in your community....



Saskatchewan Soldier Honoured Through Provinces Geomemorial Program

Saskatchewan Soldier Honoured Through Provinces Geomemorial Program

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A beautiful coulee along Pipestone Creek, south of the Town of Whitewood, has been named after Lance Corporal Wilfred Jordens, a Saskatchewan son and brave fallen Canadian solider of the First World War. “Through the GeoMemorial Commemorative Naming Program, the Government of Saskatchewan...


50 Games in 48 Years: Long-time Games Consultant Lorne Lasuita Announces Retirement

50 Games in 48 Years: Long-time Games Consultant Lorne Lasuita Announces Retirement

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With personal sadness but warm wishes, the Saskatchewan Games Council is announcing the upcoming retirement of Provincial Games Consultant Lorne Lasuita after an impactful and longranging career in multi-sport games, sport, and recreation. Lorne will officially retire as Provincial...


Val Marie Elevator - A Living Heritage Project

Val Marie Elevator - A Living Heritage Project

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Check out this fantastic preservation of a heritage building in small town Saskatchewan. View the video documentary and read the booklet that were launched mid-September in Val Marie! Article courtesy of Heritage Saskatchewan...



Indian Head Grand Theatre - 2018 Award Recipient

Indian Head Grand Theatre - 2018 Award Recipient

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The Grand Theatre is a community-owned, volunteer-run enterprise and multi-entertainment facility and a gathering place for people of all ages in the community of Indian Head. At the time it was built in 1904, it was the only opera house between Winnipeg and Vancouver. The historic building...