ICAS Receives a Goodwill Message from Regina Rosemont MLA Trent Wotherspoon

Press Release
July 10, 2019

As we prepare for a celebration of the Igbo culture in Saskatchewan on August 3, the Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS) has received a message of support from Mr. Trent Wotherspoon, Saskatchewan Member of Parliament for Regina Rosemont constituency.

In his message to ICAS and Igbo Day Organizing Committee (IDOC), the Regina Rosemont MLA applauded ICAS for the important work being done by Igbo Nigerian-Canadians in building up the province of Saskatchewan. He noted that Nigerian-Canadians “make invaluable contributions to Saskatchewan, socially, culturally and economically, and are key to shaping and building its bright future.”

Please click on the following link to read Mr. Wotherspoon’s message in full: https://www.icassask.ca/images/pdf/wotherspoon-2019.pdf.


Dr. Chidi Igwe
President, Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan

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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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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