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Websites Provide Updated Information

The Saskatoon Open Door Society is one of many organizations throughout the province which provides services to immigrants and refugees, including the new Syrian arrivals. For more information, please check the following:

SaskCares: provincial website connecting members of Saskatchewan Association of Immigrant Settlement and Integration Agencies (SAISIA)
Welcome Refugees: a federal government website
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/refugees/welcome/index.asp

Saskatoon Open Door Society News

Entries for June 2016

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New Shed for Garden
After more than a year of planning, designing, consulting and building, the good Earth Family Garden has a new shed!   The Good Earth Family G...

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Youth Speed Things Up in Sk Marathon
     Saskatoon Open Door Society is excited to congratulate the newcomer youth who did so well in the 2016 Saskatchewan Marathon. They ...

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WMCI Makes Donation
This spring, two grade 12 classes at Walter Murray Collegiate Institute took a break from trigonometry and Shakespeare and learned about fundraising a...

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Newcomer Youth Recognized by Soccer Peers
Musab Ibrahim, a member of the Saskatoon United Soccer Club, was honored this year with the Max Pedersen Memorial Fairplay Award. Musab is originally ...

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World Refugee Celebration
Civic Square was filled June 20th with people gathering to celebrate World Refugee Day. The annual event, organized by the Saskatoon Refugee Coalition...

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     Saskatoon’s refugee community, in particular the newly-arrived Syrians,  came together in May to show solidarity for th...

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Community Garden Gets New Shed
Thanks to the creativity and hard work of Mark Sin, Robyn Robertson and Bobby Hill, the Good Earth Family Community Garden in Meadowgreen is getting a...

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