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Petition to RESTORE Government Funding for Heritage Language Schools!

Petition to RESTORE Government Funding for Heritage Language Schools!

The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages (SOHL) is circulating a petition which will be presented in the Legislative Assembly! They need your support! SOHL and SIA have been in touch with MLA David Forbes, who is prepared to present a Petition to restore funding for heritage...


FREE! Bike Event for Refugee Youth!  Rescheduled to June 4!

FREE! Bike Event for Refugee Youth! Rescheduled to June 4!

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BIKE EVENT FOR YOUTH REFUGEES! sponsored by the Regina Public Interest Research Group, in collaboration with RODS Youth Program   May 28 2016, at  1:00 pm 2155 College Avenue, Regina, SK (Parking Lot 20M)   Participants will learn about:  Road Safety Bike Maintenance Establish...


Free! Composting!  At the Library!

Free! Composting! At the Library!

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Spring Composting! Composting is a way to help reduce the amount of waste materials going to our landfill. Composting also produces a free soil conditioner which improves soil quality and helps plants flourish. To assist with your composting and find the method that is best for you, join...


FREE! Wings Over Wascana  Nature Festival 2016! Saturday May 28!

FREE! Wings Over Wascana Nature Festival 2016! Saturday May 28!

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Learn about Wascana Marsh and what animals live there!   Lots of Activities!    Pond-dipping, nature walks, bird-watching.... Wascana Marsh is a thriving 223 hectare marshland located within Wascana Centre in Regina. Its existence dates back to 1913 when a planner had the foresight to...


Bollywood comes to Regina!

Bollywood comes to Regina!

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24 May 2016 by Mark Melnychuk Leader-Post  Local entrepreneurs feed growing hunger for East Indian music, films!  Sagar Kundra and his friends want to help East Indian people in Saskatchewan stay connected to their homeland, and if that means dance parties, then so be it.   (Photo by Troy...


Cathedral Village Arts Festival Kicks Off with Poetry and a whole Lot More!

Cathedral Village Arts Festival Kicks Off with Poetry and a whole Lot More!

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Story by Ashley Martin May 23, 2016   Sheri-D Wilson wanted to call it “action poetry.” She was overruled. Wilson came up with term back in the late 1980s, part of a budding hybrid scene of poetry and theatre in Vancouver. “Action poetry” encompassed the characteristics of the art form: “It’s...


Africa Day 2016!

Africa Day 2016!

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BANQUET: Saturday, May 28, 2016  6 – 11 p.m. MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK   Enjoy great food, great music, exciting company and lots of good entertainment! Also, put on those dancing shoes and prepare to have some fun!   THEME:  Settlement and Integration: Understanding...


FREE! Cathedral Village Arts Festival! May 23 - 28!

FREE! Cathedral Village Arts Festival! May 23 - 28!

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It's the Cathedral Village Arts Festival's 25th Anniversary, and all are welcome to attend approximately 100 FREE performances, events and activities we're hosting during Festival Week between Victoria Day (Monday May 23rd) and Saturday May 28th! Since this is a special year for the...


Lego Play!  FREE! At the Library!

Lego Play! FREE! At the Library!

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LEGO PLAY! At the Library! Drop in! (no registration needed) Ages 6-12!  Enjoy some fun construction time with the library's collection of LEGO bricks. Parents and caregivers are asked to remain in the library or join in during this free play time. Thursday May 26  3:30 - 6:00 pm Jun...


Thoughts on Davin.  A Painful Legacy - Influential Actions Not Excused by Great Effect on  West.

Thoughts on Davin. A Painful Legacy - Influential Actions Not Excused by Great Effect on West.

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9 May 2016  by Leon Thompson   Leader Post   (Leon Thompson is an intergenerational residential school survivor, incoming president of the Aboriginal Law Students Association and nehiyaw (Cree) law student at the University of Saskatchewan)   ANGLICAN CHURCH ARCHIVES, OLD SUN,...