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Friday, October 31, 2014

Pride of Saskatchewan: A Policy Where Culture, Commerce and Community Meet is a plan that encourages collaboration around common goals, guides decision-making and recognizes that culture is at the heart and soul of this great place we call Saskatchewan. (View Pride of Saskatchewan in French: La fierté de la Saskatchewan 2010)

It is a plan that makes culture an important part of government's priority of improving quality of life, building pride and sustaining economic growth.

Pride of Saskatchewan sets out:

  • a long-term vision that focuses on the economic and social benefits of culture;
  • principles to guide our collective actions;
  • goals for working together to foster artistic excellence, creative expression, shared stewardship, accessibility and engagement, community capacity and commercial viability; and
  • outcomes to gauge progress.

Pride of Saskatchewan responds to more than 25 years of cultural policy discussions and is based on extensive dialogue and research, which is summarized here: Research and Dialogue.

In the coming months, the Ministry of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport will:

Meeting the challenge of implementing Pride of Saskatchewan will require collaboration amongst all those who have a role in the culture sector.  This collaborative approach around common goals creates synergy that helps strengthen the sector.

For a hard copy of Pride of Saskatchewan please contact: fs

Culture Branch
Saskatchewan Parks, Culture and Sport
3211 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6
(306) 787-7757

Related Documents

Saskatchewan's first cultural policy in over 25 years

Pride of Sask (2010).pdf  ( 1.9 MB )
Related Links

News release regarding Saskatchewan's cultural policy, Pride of Saskatchewan

News release on government's $250,000 contribution to the Prairie Scene



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