About Canahari Summer School

    There is a need in our community to get our children and youths involved and become active members of our society. I am seeking partnership opportunity with your association in areas of providing education, arts and cultural program to CASS students during CASS events in July and August. Typically, CASS runs in July & August (on the 3rd week of each month), every year, and Winter workshops in February during the reading break. CASS has received support from local, provincial and national organizations such as: The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the Canadian Periodical Funds. It will be great if an organization like yours who has immense experience in social service becomes a CASS partner. This will help us reach out to children and youths in core areas of Regina. Some of our activities includes, but not limited to:

    • Canadian Arts & Science
    • Art Movement – Dancekapaint, Singing
    • Canahari sports team- Soccer, Basketball, Hockey, Track and Fields team
    • Arts-Storytelling, drumming, photographic/ digital training
    • ElderRespect Activities- Indigenous teachings, Arts
    • Canahari Media Team- Publishers, Writers, Editors
    • MoneyTalk- economic, financial literacy training
    • Culture Education- cultural awareness training

    Goals/Objectives

    The goal of CASS is to advance multiculturalism in Saskatchewan by supporting and encouraging children and youths in Saskatchewan to share, learn, appreciate, respect and accept cultural diversity by:

    • Empower young people through Arts, Dance, and multidisciplinary education through:
      • Showcasing diverse cultural programs from different cultural groups in Saskatchewan
    • Engage diverse cultural societies and local organizations in Regina
    • Work with the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan and its partners
    • Develop New Skills, early childhood development, through sports and other arts and cultural activities.
    • Work with Elders, Indigenous organizations and communities to promote Indigenous knowledge and history