"Covid-19 Culture: A Living Heritage Project of the Pandemic in Saskatchewan"

Throughout the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have documented the experiences of people throughout our province.
How have culture and heritage helped interpret, cope, and look beyond the crisis? In what ways has life changed, or stayed the same? With the help of six Community Coordinators, we have collected experiences from our communities. In partnership with the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society, we have published, “Covid-19 Culture: A Living Heritage Project of the Pandemic in Saskatchewan.” It features the accounts we gathered presented by each Coordinator. All interviews have been donated to the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan, where they will be publicly accessible for posterity to provide a record of this historic event.

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