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Living in Harmony

In 1966, the United Nations declared March 21 as the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in commemoration of the 1960 Sharpeville massacre in South Africa when peaceful demonstrators against apartheid were wounded and killed.

In 1990, City Council proclaimed March as Cultural Diversity and Race Relations Month in the City of Saskatoon.

Living in Harmony Recognition Awards

In honour of Cultural Diversity and Race Relations Month, the City's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee presents the “Living in Harmony” Recognition Awards to recognize local organizations or individuals for their efforts in promoting intercultural harmony.  Each year, the Committee presents these awards to focus attention on the positive initiatives that are taking place within our community. 

Call for Entries!

The City's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association is now accepting nominations for the annual "Living In Harmony" Recognition Awards, which recognizes local organizations or individuals for their efforts in the elimination of racial discrimination.  

Share how you, your class, school or organization is a bridge to ending racism by submitting a video, photo, art, essay, or explanation of a project that answers any or all of the following questions.  You may also choose to nominate an individual or group for their efforts in being a bridge to ending racism. EVERYONE CAN BE A BRIDGE!  

  • What does racism mean to you?
  • How have you experienced racism?
  • I am the bridge to ending racism in Saskatoon by. . .

2019 Living In Harmony Nomination Form

Nomination Deadline:  Friday, March 8, 2019

 2018 Living In Harmony Winners

Dora Li from Holy Cross High School was the poster winner.

Mel Sysing's Grade 6 class from St. Mark School.

Reshai Aisaican, Mount Royal Collegiate.

Sabbar Jahan, St. Mark School.

Nada Abdelrahman, St. Mark School.

Angela Kargbo, St. Mark School.