The Premier of Saskatchewan Honourable Scott Moe Welcomes All to Igbo Day 2019

For Immediate Release
Regina, June 27, 2019.

As we prepared for Igbo Day on August 3, 2019, the Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan has received a message of support from the Premier of Saskatchewan Honourable Scott Moe.

In his message, the Premier expressed pleasure to bring greetings to the Igbo Nigerian-Canadian community on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan.

Honourable Moe stated that “The people of Saskatchewan place tremendous value on the diverse traditions and cultures that can be found throughout this province.”

 Saskatchewan Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport Gene Makowsky Welcomes All to Igbo Day 2019

For Immediate Release
Regina, June 21, 2019.

The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan has received a message of support from Honourable Gene Makowsky, Saskatchewan Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport, welcoming all to Igbo Day on August 3, 2019.

Honourable Makowsky underlined the important role culture plays in opening doors of creativity and expression that enable Saskatchewan residents to learn and grow.

Regina's Mayor Michael Fougere Welcomes All to Igbo Day 2019

For Immediate Release
Regina, June 21, 2019.

The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan has received a message of support from His Worship Michael Fougere, Mayor of Regina.

In his message, the Mayor welcomes everyone to Igbo Day on August 3, 2019.

Mr. Fougere noted that the City of Regina is a welcoming place that is proud to have a growing and dynamic Igbo Nigerian community. He also said that Igbo Day events underline our Igbo Nigerian heritage as well as what it means to be Nigerian-Canadians who have made Regina our home.

City of Regina Officially Proclaims August 3, 2019 as Igbo Day of Arts and Culture in Regina

Press Release
Regina, June 1, 2019

His Worship Mayor Michael Fougere and the City of Regina have issued an official proclamation designating August 3, 2019 as Igbo Day of Arts and Culture in Regina.

Requested by the Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS), this proclamation represents a show of government support as the Igbo Nigerian-Canadian community of Saskatchewan celebrates their culture in preservation of their heritage and language in Canada.

Invitation to the Igbo Day of Art and Culture, August 3, 2019

The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS) respectfully request the honour of your presence at our upcoming Igbo Day of Art and Culture scheduled for August 3, 2019. The Igbo-Nigerian community of Saskatchewan shall be honoured to have you during the Igbo Day family-oriented banquet, at Carrefour Des Plaines, 3850 Hillsdale Street, Regina.

ICAS was founded in 2002 to promote a smooth integration of new immigrants into society and preserve the Igbo Nigerian-Canadian heritage through events, workshops, language and culture education. Every two years, ICAS dedicates a day to promoting awareness and use of the Igbo language, art, as well as the Igbo Nigerian-Canadian cultural heritage in Saskatchewan.

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Come to IGBO DAY on August 3, 2019

The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS) respectfully request the honour of your presence at our upcoming Igbo Day of Art and Culture scheduled for August 3, 2019. The Igbo-Nigerian community of Saskatchewan shall be honoured to have you during the Igbo Day family-oriented banquet, at Carrefour Des Plaines, 3850 Hillsdale Street, Regina.

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ABOUT ICAS

ICAS was established in 2001 with the aim of uniting all members in the province that share our common beliefs and also to promote Igbo culture in our society. ICAS has made large strides since it’s inception and this resulted in the launching of our very own Masquerade dance group in 2002.

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