Living Heritage: Our values, beliefs and ways of life shape our sense of identity, belonging and place, connecting past, present and future.
Kristin Catherwood | fromthegap.com

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Living Heritage and the Aging Population - On the other side of 50, people start to take stock, looking back to where they came from and what they have achieved; assessing their path in retrospect and considering the legacy they will leave to future generations. This can be a time of positive validation or it can be a time of reckoning that leads to isolation and depression. In the near future, more people will be looking to the past than…

We Want YOUR Photos (and you could win some cash)! - Are you an amateur photographer with a keen eye for capturing connections in our community? Heritage Saskatchewan is seeking photos of those moments that reveal our province’s rich Living Heritage – whether it’s a stunning shot of a physical landmark or an arresting image of people engaged in traditional activities, we want to see it! And maybe even award you some prize money for…

Thoughts on an ongoing problem… - While I was busy with the Provincial Heritage Fair this year, this article came to my attention: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/p-e-i-national-heritage-fair-partners-split-up-1.4676002. It was in regards to the Young Citizens contest (put on by Canada’s History Society) and how only projects created by an individual student are eligible to compete.This year, due to…

Living Heritage and Defining the Issues of Our Times - The cultural legacy we each carry within us, has a significant impact on our sense of identity, belonging and place which in turn shapes how we learn and grow; how we contribute to society through the workplace and assume our responsibilities as citizens. Increasing awareness of Living Heritage as a dynamic aspect of daily life in all its dimensions: cultural, social, environmental and…

The Khedive Heritage Recreation Centre - Kristin Catherwood, Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer We at Heritage Saskatchewan are thrilled to present the 2018 Lieutenant Governor Awards this coming Wednesday, June 13th. There are seven award winners across four categories: Physical Heritage Conservation, Public Outreach, Community Development, and Intangible Cultural Heritage. While all are deserving of their awards, I am…

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