To engage kids in celebrating Canada Day, youth volunteers will teach crafts made out of renewable materials at the Prince Albert Canada Day festivities. Some crafts will include making bird feeders, wind chimes and mini composts.
Please join all the fun from 12-5 at the kids’ tent!
The Kyiv Ukrainian Pavilion will be hosting the swearing in ceremony of 25 new Canadians at Regina's Mosaic Festival on June 1, 2017 at 7 p.m.. We invite everyone to join us!Read More
UCC is proud to sponsor the Southwest Saskatchewan Pride on June 3, 2017 for a parade and barbecue in the main square of Swift Current.Read More
UCC is proud to work with Folkfest to develop their Youth Ambassador Program on August 17-19, 2017. Folkfest annually organizes youth ambassadors from each cultural pavilion to connect with other cultures. But this year, the UCC will work with Folkfest to ...Read More
Newcomer students at the University of Saskatchewan will be able to learn about Metis, Islamic, and Ukrainian history in Saskatchewan through the Canadian Roots Exchange. The program, Sharing Stories, focuses on marginalized narratives, cross-cultural dialogue, and decolonizing spaces. Three day ...Read More