Category: Slideshow

National Highway to Harmonious Canada

Multi-Faith Saskatchewan and Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan collaborated in the production of this 45-minute video to mark the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation. The project was supported by the Community Fund of Southern Saskatchewan as well as numerous cultural organizations, faith communities and volunteers. Access Communications donated its services in producing the video.

The main features of the video are the hopes and wishes by children of different faiths and cultural groups for a peaceful and harmonious Canada, silent prayers, cultural performances and the national anthem by all participants.

For more information about Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan visit .

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MultiFaith Saskatchewan News Letter-June 2018

Please open the attached file for the June edition of Multi-Faith Saskatchewan News. Contents include AGM information, ordination celebration, Muslim observances, NAIN Connect, regional updates, Art Project plans.


Newsletter Issue 3 No 3 June 2018

Visual Art Project-2018-Results and Award Presentation


Here are the results of the Youth Visual Art Project 2018.  Please click on the link below.


Please also find attached  poster for the 7th Annual Visual Art Youth Award program and Earth Day Event scheduled for April 21st, Saturday 2:00 pm. Venue: Mackenize art gallery (2nd Floor). 3475 Albert St, Regina ,SK S4S 6X6


Video Screening-National Highway to Harmonious Canada-March 22nd

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Multi-Faith Saskatchewan invites you to a public viewing of its Canada 150 video project titled National Highway to Harmonious Canada on Thursday March 22 in Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina. The video will be shown in conjunction with the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This event is open to the public and is free of charge. Produced in partnership with the Multi-Cultural Council of Saskatchewan, the 45-minute video features children of diverse faiths and ethnic backgrounds bringing greetings from their communities and displaying highway signs of their hopes and dreams of a harmonious Canada. Also included in the video will be cultural presentations and silent prayers from children of various faiths. The program will be from 7 p.m. till 8:30 p.m. The museum is located on the corner of Albert Street and College Avenue.



Saskatchewan Visual Art Project 2017-18

Saskatchewan Visual Art Project Brochure for 2017-18 is available now. Please download the same and participate in it.


Sask Vis Art Proj Brochure