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Call for Nominations: Governor General's Museum Volunteer Awards

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In an extension of the existing Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award program and the Museum Volunteer Award, the GGCCA and CMA have partnered to increase public recognition of the thousands of museum volunteers who have made a significant, sustained, unpaid contribution to their community, in Canada.

In partnership with provincial-territorial museum associations and heritage organizations, the CMA will nominate at least 100 museum volunteers to the GGCCA program every year. Of those 100 nominations, one recipient will also be selected on an annual basis as the CMA’s Museum Volunteer Award recipient.

The award is intended to recognize exceptional volunteer contributions, which is not necessarily (or solely) calculated based on the number of years served. Special consideration should also go towards the impact of volunteer activities, as well as for youth volunteers who contribute their time and efforts to museums.

MAS will be collecting nominations, which will then be vetted by a committee. The committee will submit 10 names from Saskatchewan to the CMA. If you would like to nominate someone, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information and the nominations package. All nominations must be received by Friday, February 24, 2017.

Healthy Communities - Harvesting the Benefits Presentations

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Several presentations from the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association and Communities in Bloom - Healthy Communities - Harvesting the Benefits event are now available for download through the Leisure Information Network

Available presentations include:

  • Age Friendly Communities
  • Assessing Risk in Recreation Facilities 
  • Canadian Landscape Standards/Our Downtown: How Are The Trees? 
  • Creating Mutually Beneficial Partnerships: Engaging Youth in Saskatchewan
  • And many more! 

2017 Battleford Provincial Judo & Provincial Kata Championships

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TOURNAMENT LOCATION: Nations West Fieldhouse, 623 Carlton Trail, North Battleford, SK

DATE: March 25, 2017

Registration fees:

$35.00 (No charge for White belts. - U10 & U12 only pay for one division)

Second division: $10.00

Kata fees: $10:00 per team

For more information click here.

There is also a Judo Tournament in Swift Current.

TOURNAMENT LOCATION: Walker Place, 2150 Walker Place, Swift Current, SK

DATE: February 18, 2017

Registration fees:

$30.00 (No charge for White belts. - U10 & U12 only pay for one division)

Second division: $10.00

For more information click here.