Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan
The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) has been a tireless advocate for cultural diversity and a staunch opponent of racism since its founding on November 22, 1975. Over the years, MCoS has worked diligently to promote multiculturalism and ensure the survival, strength, and prominence of ethnocultural communities in the province. They collaborate with numerous partners and volunteers on various projects and events, supporting their mission to make multiculturalism a central aspect of Saskatchewan’s cultural, social, economic, and political life. MCoS provides valuable resources, educational opportunities, and community connections to its members, while also advocating for multiculturalism at both state and societal levels. With a rich history spanning over four decades, MCoS remains a vital force in advancing multicultural values and understanding in Saskatchewan.