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Winners for Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project – 2020-21

Winners for Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project – 2020-21

We are very pleased to announce the winners of our Annual Youth Visual Art Project. Here is the list of names:

1st Place: Sabine Wagner. 

2nd Place: Gavin Selinger. 

3rd Place: Angelica Rutkowski.  

4th Place: Keayan Alarcon-Souweha. 

5th Place: Shelby Sabo, Liv Anderson. 

6th Place

Pamela McEwen,
Rebelia Russell, 
Nate Pelletier Littletent, 
Hannah Lee Winkler. 

7th Place

Tadeusz Pusz-Boahenski,
Tarilayefa Agbai, 
Brielle Parry, 
Grace Bolton, 
Lexie Gollings.  

Thanks to all the students who participated in this project. Congratulations and all the best for your future endeavours!

MF Sask Annual General Meeting 2021

MF Sask Annual General Meeting 2021

The Board of Multi-Faith Saskatchewan has set a date for the Annual General Meeting. The AGM will convene on Zoom on Sunday, May 30, 2021 at 3 pm.

Further details, agenda, and reports will be available closer to the date of the AGM.

May 12th, 2021 board meeting

May 12th, 2021 board meeting

The May 12th meeting of the MF Sask Board will be held on Zoom. Observers may contact the MF Sask president, Nick Jesson, at njesson [at] archregina [dot] sk [dot] ca for details on joining the meeting.

Our Whole Society 2021: Free to Believe, Responsible to Act

Our Whole Society 2021: Free to Believe, Responsible to Act

The Canadian Interfaith Conversation is pleased to invite you to the Our Whole Society virtual conference on May 4, 2021

Please register HERE.

PANEL 1: Addressing challenges to freedom of religion or belief (1:00pm – 2:30pm EDT)

Canada’s legacy of protecting religious freedom is mixed. Early on the First Nations of Canada experienced the denial and suppression of their right to freedom of religion or belief. Traditional spiritual and religious ceremonies were banned and suppressed, while the Indian residential school system was designed to replace their own identity with another one. Despite long-standing legal protections for religious freedom reaching back to the Quebec Act of 1774 through to the 1982 Charter, this right continues to be debated in public and contested in court. Furthermore, new challenges are emerging from social media and other online platforms, which propagate hatred and prejudice that can generate real-world violence and persecution.

What role does protection for freedom of religion or belief play in fostering social understanding in a diverse Canadian society, in fostering reconciliation? To what extent does this freedom extend to protections for organizations, institutions, or even the natural environment? What new and old challenges are facing traditional, religious, spiritual and other communities as they seek to exercise these rights? How should we respond to the growth of religion-based prejudice in Canadian society, especially as it affects Indigenous and minority populations?

PANELISTS:

Professor Lori Beaman (Professor, University of Ottawa)
Bishop Bruce Myers (Bishop of Quebec, Anglican Church of Canada)
Rabbi Reuben Poupko (co-Chair, Canadian Rabbinic Caucus)

PANEL 2: Building social solidarity (3:00pm – 4:30pm EDT)

It seems that almost every social cleavage in Canada is deepening under the pressures of a divisive political discourse. These cleavages can be traced according to region, language, identity, class, or the religious-secular divide. Furthermore, the need to build social solidarity acquires greater urgency in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

What does it take to work across these divides and heal the body politic? What is the potential and actual contribution of religion and spirituality to this process? Where do we see new approaches to addressing inequality, fostering reconciliation, responding to the climate crisis, and building community at the grassroots of society?

PANELISTS:

Jamileh Naso (President, Canadian Yazidi Association)
Shannon Perez (Director, Indigenous Family Centre)
Akaash Maharaj (CEO, Mosaic Institute)

The conference will be held virtually in English and French.

Please register HERE.

April 14th, 2021 board meeting

April 14th, 2021 board meeting

The MF Sask board is meeting by Zoom approximately once a month. At the April 14th meeting, the board will continue to work on the development of a new Multifaith Grant Fund in cooperation with Regina Multi-Faith Forum. In addition, the board will receive reports on the Visual Arts Project and on the redevelopment of the website.

Observers may contact the MF Sask president, Nick Jesson, at njesson [at] archregina [dot] sk [dot] ca for details on joining the meeting.

Art Submission Deadline Date Extended

Art Submission Deadline Date Extended

Keeping in mind the effect of Coronavius on the working of schools, the deadline date for the art submitted by the students for the Visual Art Project has been extended to April 18th, 2021.

The award winners shall receive the awards by postal mail.

Don’t miss a chance.

Art Project Committee

Multifaith Saskatchewan AGM 2019-2020

Multifaith Saskatchewan AGM 2019-2020

Hello Everyone

This year Multifaith Saskatchewan will hold its AGM on July 29, 2020 (5pm to 7pm) and on a virtual or remote platform due to the ongoing pandemic. The meeting will occur on Zoom link.

The Guest speaker for the AGM is Rev. Dr. David Holmes of the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good and the Calgary Inter-Faith Council. He has been an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada for 32 years. Learning is his passion, and this has taken him into degrees at the Vancouver School of Theology and Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, training in spiritual direction, non-profit leadership, educational supervision, and community organizing. He is currently involved in the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good and the Calgary Inter-Faith Council, and is a team minister at Knox United Church in Calgary (but only for a few more days). He’s married to Karen with two grown sons.

Please contact Amr Henni (amr.henni [at] uregina [dot] ca) to obtain the zoom link to participate in the meeting and other documents for the AGM. Please feel free to share this information with those who will be interested. We look forward to having your presence on this virtual platform and shape the future of Multifaith Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project, 2020 Cancelled

Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project, 2020 Cancelled

NOTICE 

SASKATCHEWAN YOUTH VISUAL ART PROJECT-2020 CANCELLED

Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project committee sadly announces that since the schools are closed because of Covid-19, Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art project for year 2020 has been cancelled.
 
In fall 2020, the project committee will initiate work for the annual art project – 2021. 

Take care.

 Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project Committee

Digital Presentation of Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project-2019

Digital Presentation of Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project-2019

SASKATCHEWAN YOUTH VISUAL ART PROJECT
DIGITAL PRESENTATION OF SELECTED ART-2019
PRODUCED BY:
ACCESS COMMUNICATION COMMUNITY COOPERATIVE INC

Dear friend,
Please find below the link to the digital presentation of the selected art of the year 2019.
https://files.myaccess.coop/f/017426d47d6d4ce898c8/

Please review and enjoy the art presentation-2019. Discuss it with your students and others, the messages of love, unity in diversity, care of mother earth and peaceful living for all, given by Saskatchewan art students.

We request art teachers and other citizens to give us their input so that we could improve the digital presentation for the coming year.

Our aim is to reach out to communities with positive social messages for present and future peaceful living for all as visioned by our youth.

Sincerely,

Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Committee-2020