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Youth Heritage Symposium


Live and On-Demand!

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021. To register, email Projects Coordinator, Katherine Gilks: kgilks@heritagesask.ca

Join Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty for our virtual Youth Heritage Symposium, as he shares stories of growing up in La Ronge and imparts the importance of being connected to our heritage. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions during a live question and answer session.

In preparation for the session, students are encouraged to think about the activities they participate in that are connected to their own heritage, such as dancing, sport, or family traditions.

Youth Heritage Symposium On-Demand!

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Feeling inspired? Submissions are now open for our High School Heritage ChallengeStudents from grades 9-12 are invited to submit a heritage-related project for a chance to win one of two $1000 education bursaries, as well as other great prizes. 

Submission deadline: April 2022

Winners announced: May 2022

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