Did You Know?
Saskatchewan has close to 20,000 Francophones and over 50,000 French-speakers.
Prince Albert, Moosomin, Regina, Swift Current and Saskatoon are the homes of the newest recipients of the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal, announced today by Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield.
Provincial Secretary Wayne Elhard proclaimed March 7 to 23 as Rendez-vous de la Francophonie 2014 in Saskatchewan – a chance for all residents to join with other Canadians to celebrate French language and culture. Plus (français)Read More
The Government of Saskatchewan released its 2012-13 annual report today on French-language services.Read More
Saskatchewan is launching a new award for community volunteers. The Premier’s Service Club Award will recognize the commitment and activities of service clubs and fraternal organizations.Read More
Deputy Premier Ken Krawetz joined representatives of the Ukrainian community to present an exact copy of the statue entitled Bitter Memory of Childhood, by sculptor Petro Drozdowsky.Read More
This year marks the 80th anniversary of Holodomor, the man-made famine that devastated Ukraine during the 1930s.Read More
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