February 24, 2023

SaskMusic's Latest


SaskMusic, with the support of FACTOR Canada and Creative Saskatchewan, is excited to present two free concerts in celebration of Black History Month.

Black History Month Concert Regina  Black History Month Saskatoon poster

The Exchange (2431 8th Ave, Regina)

Doors 7pm / Show 8pm / FREE ADMISSION
Nini Jegz - TOVA - NISSYA - Kaya Freedom - Taliah Lavertu - Adeoluwa - with DJ Dumo


Somewhere Else Pub & Grill (2605 Broadway Ave, Saskatoon)
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm / FREE ADMISSION
Rachel Owojori - Pacifique - Dyelle - Melodna - Morit Music - Iisaiah Bennett - with DJ Daniel Fossils


Nini Jegz  

Nini Jegz

Nigerian-born artist Nini Jegz brings a unique blend of Afro Soul, Afro Beat, Pop, RnB, and Alternative to the music scene in Regina, Saskatchewan. With a passion for creating music that connects with and uplifts people, Nini Jegz is dedicated to using her talents to combat loneliness and bring joy to her listeners. Nini Jegz has already made waves in the local music scene, performing at a number of shows and as one of eight members of the Regina band People of the Sun. Nini Jegz's debut single "Memo" was released in March 2022, and fans can look forward to Nini Jegz's upcoming EP set to be released in 2023.



TOVA is an expert storyteller who seeks to create worlds and experiences for the listener. He melds together introspective lyrics and engaging narratives with a captivating soundscape that encourage listeners to live in the moment. Since making his debut in 2020, TOVA has quickly gone on to establish himself as a prominent force in Canadian RnB music. After headlining the final day of the 2021 Regina Folk Fest, TOVA went on to have a remarkable 2022. He bagged a Western Canadian Music Award nomination for R and B Artist of the Year, was crowned Contemporary Artist of the Year for the 2022 Saskatchewan Music Awards, and played the prestigious BreakOut West Festival.



Nissya, whose real name is Yannis Loubayi, is a French rapper, born in Pointe-Noire (Congo Brazzavile), where he grew up but also spent his childhood in France, Paris. Nissya began writing songs in 2008 under the name of L.Mortel, a name he took from one of his close friends from his neighbourhood who was called Fred-Mortel. Nissya is currently living in Regina and will be graduating in Business Administration this April 2023. He has not been doing much music in the past few years because of his studies which have taken up all his time and effort, but planning to go full steam ahead with his career after April 2023.

Kaya Free Kaya Freedom

Kaya Free

"Since I was a little boy I played traditional drums and played music at parties. Yet, I did not yet know that I was a real artist. Since I was a kid I was playing traditional drums from my country Burundi."
Kaya Free, originally from Bujumbura, Burundi, started rapping in 2001. He starts by writing texts, when he is at school in his draft notebook. From the beginning, his desire was to convey a message of peace and freedom, hence his name. Kaya Free, a mixture of words in Jamaican (Kaya: great) and English (Free) languages, which means "The great freedom". Kaya is now working on building his artistic career in Canada. Kaya Free is also planning an EP with a Francophone artist from Winnipeg named Serge Paul.
Translated by Google Translate/SaskMusic

Taliah Lavertu

Taliah Lavertu

Regina-based artist Taliah Lavertu is a vocalist by natural inclination. Her love and influence of RnB was instilled into her at a young age by her mother, who would play albums such as "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" and many others around the house. Entering formal voice lessons as a youth, she trained in folk, classical, and pop styles, becoming more familiar with jazz as she matured. Attending U of C for Voice, Taliah enthusiastically acquired some operatic training as well. She is the recipient of the Maestro Award for her musical ability and sensitivity, received in NYC on a school choir trip; subsequently returning to NYC to participate in an honour choir that debuted at Carnegie Hall. Taliah has since combined her love of jazz with her roots in RnB and Neo-Soul, performing these styles locally in Regina.



ADEOLUWA has two albums, five EPs, and several singles to his credit. He has played at notable Saskatchewan music venues such as The Cathedral Social House, Amigos Cantina, The Recording Arts Institute, Bushwakker Brewing Company, The Cure, The Mae Wilson Theatre, and The Artesian. His work has been featured on established platforms such as CBC, Pulse Music Journal, The Native Mag, and 49th Street. His songs have also received airplay on CBC's The Block, Saskatchewan Weekend, Regina's CJTR radio, and many more. He performed his single "Escape" as the opening performance at the 2020 Saskatchewan Music Awards. He was nominated four times at the Saskatchewan Music Awards for  Alternative Artist of the Year, R & B Artist of the Year, and Album of the Year. He has also performed at the 2022 Grey Cup Festival and headlined his show, "The ADEOLUWA Experience" for SaskTel Max, headlined The Cathedral Village Arts Festival, performed at the Canada World Youth Conference, as well as The Black Canadians, Africans and Caribbean Professionals Inc.'s Black History Month Celebration. His most recent release "Stay With Me" has been streamed more than 15k times since its debut in November 2022.

Rachael Owojori

Rachael Owojori

Rachael Owojori is a Clinical Coordinator with Saskatchewan Health Authority. She is also a gospel music Minister. She is originally from Nigeria. Rachael and her family moved to Canada in 2009 and have since called Canada home. Rachael takes pleasure in helping others, volunteers her time for the community by singing the Canadian anthem at Canada citizenship events, and volunteers to sing in long-term care homes, charity events and churches. Rachael has released several songs that are available on YouTube and other digital stores. Her songs are currently airing at 100.3 FM Saskatoon other radio/TV stations/Blogs in Canada, U.K. and Nigeria. Rachael's song "Jesus Calls Me Friend" won the 2020 Maranatha Award USA for Exaltation Song of the Year and has gotten over 60,000 views on YouTube. She has been nominated for other awards including Glass Awards Toronto, Praise Factor USA and Gospel Music Association Canada. Rachael’s new release "Jehovah" won the Best High Praise Song in 2022.



African artist from Tanzania, Pacifique, is shaking things up in Canada with his unique sound. His sound is described mostly as Afrobongo, with a hint of Afrobeat from Swahili nation, as well as alternative R&B and dancehall. Pacifique’s first release, "Mamacita featuring Zweii," opened up doors of opportunity for his music career. Another song released in February of 2021 titled "Don’t Hurt Me," tells the story about love and betrayal, and hopes to get the message across to his listeners.



Dyelle grew up in Kuwait (Middle East) but currently is staying in Canada pursuing his music career. It all started in 2014 when he performed an original song he wrote at his high school talent show. It went so well that he had to do it again in 2015. In 2018, he released his first mixtape, Late Night, which opened up a lot of opportunities for him. He has since performed at multiple shows and opened for other great artists such as: Merkules, Rich the Kid, Houdini (from Toronto), Smiley, Pimpton and a few other local artists like LiL Windex and Mitchell Lawler. Dyelle fell in love with music at a young age and his shows and stage presence are always the talk around the city. He plans to keep pushing and finding ways and opportunities to take his music career to the next level.



Crafted in the flat lands of Regina, emerging independent artist Melodna came into the game with her debut single "KRYPTONITE". With a few additional singles and the success of her debut EP KEEPSAKE released February 2021, she kicked off her first year with noteworthy performances. Performances include: Canadian Music Week Showcase '21, Regina Folk Festival '21, and Breakout West '21. From multiple interviews, to shows, to out-of-province opportunities, this artist has been stealing the hearts of the prairies and is coming for more. Melodna continues to work with multi­-talented Walter Jeworski as her mixing engineer at Blue Door Recording Studios. Still riding on the success of her debut EP,  Melodna was a sight not to miss at Sled Island 2022 in Calgary AB that had Princess Nokia headlining. She then capped off the summer with multiple performances, one which had her sharing the stage with BEGONIA, as well as a main stage set at Regina's Folk Festival '22 where she opened for Lido Pimienta. This multi-talented artist goes from serenading you RnB style, to hip hop, and then indulges you in some Afro-infusion. Her newly released single, ROTATION has already been in the likings of Eric Alper with playlist on his 360: Indie playlist. You never know what to expect from her and you're never disappointed. The artist that never stops is slated to perform at some of Canada's top industry events 2023. Refusing to submit to one genre, Melodna continues to downpour her music creations anywhere she can.

Morit Music

Morit Music

Moses Idowu hails from Kogi State, Nigeria. He is currently a student of Agronomy at the University of Saskatchewan. The percussionist uses music as his powerful tool for fostering social cohesion and propagating multiculturalism in Canada. Most significantly, he is helping African Canadians have a deeper sense of belonging in the cultural mosaic through the symphonic blend of different genres of music embedded in the rich and diverse cultures present in Canada. Hence, Moses has performed alongside other artists and storytellers at Nutrien Gala Night TCU Place, Rock Your Roots for National Indigenous Peoples' Day, Saskatoon Multiculturalism Day, Saskatoon Intercultural Gathering, Taste of Africa, Black History Month, Nigerian Canadian Association of Saskatoon, Yoruba Community Association Saskatoon, Black Lives Matter YXE, Saskatchewan Truth and Reconciliation Events, and Shelby Gardens Detroit, USA. Moses equally enjoys teaching the art of the African talking drum and other percussion instruments. He hopes that one day, the use of the talking drum at social events in North America will be as widespread as the piano, guitar, and saxophone. At his leisure, he engages in reading, travelling, and volunteering. He goes by the stage name Morit Music.

Iisaiah Bennett

IIsaiah Bennett

IIsaiah Bennett A.K.A. "IIzzy" or "Zay" is a Saskatchewan-born & raised rapper, singer, songwriter and all-around talented musician and founder of the brand, "Forever Faded Music’. The raw chill tone of his lyrics and the raspy tone of his voice makes for the trap-fused pop beats make for a match made in heaven. IIsaiah has performed all over Canada at all sorts of shows and festivals. He's been actively promoting and working late at Blue Door Studios with local heavy hitters like Bonfice, PCB and Roem. "The Prince of the Queen City" is a force to be reckoned with. Between the hustle and humbleness he brings to interviews and introductions to the intense energy and passion he brings to live shows and performances. With over 50,000 streams in the first month of his album, "Summer's Cancelled" (under Isaiah Bennett) to the nothing but positive feedback he's received on his music video "Things We Did During Quarantine," IIsaiah is only scratching the surface with this music and with the anticipation building for his second studio album on the way, it doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon.

Bio paragraphs provided by the artists.

Artwork by Ayomiposi Shonibare, SwagArt™

Additional thanks to CJTR 91.3 Community Radio


Black in Sask curated  Pimpton Curated
Emanali curated  Nini Jegz curated

Curated Playlists for Black History Month

We've invited four guest curators - Black in Sask, Pimpton, Emanali, and Nini Jegz - to create unique and personal playlists celebrating Black music artists from or with ties to Saskatchewan. So far we have shared three of the playlists, with one more to come on February 23. 

You can find all the playlists on the SaskMusic Spotify and YouTube profiles.

For more live music events happening this month, take a look at our Live Music Listings for Saskatchewan!


Creative Sask

Upcoming Deadline: Market Travel - closes March 1/23

This grant helps cover the costs of travel expenses to specific market opportunities. In most cases, your project begins with an invitation to participate in a particular market. For example: Musicians who are invited to showcase at a festival or conference.

For more information, application tips and eligibility requirements click HERE



Film/TV Composer Registry

We are looking to renew our list of film composers in the province who are available to work to spec. This will allow us to quickly provide accurate information to productions looking to hire Sask talent for film, TV, or commercial scoring usages.

Please get in touch with us at info@saskmusic.org with your current resume, types of projects you are currently looking for/availability, weblinks and contact information. You are welcome to post this same information publicly in the Saskatchewan Music Directory by logging in to your profile or creating a free basic profile (under Join) at www.saskmusic.org.

This is an ongoing call.


U.S. Proposing Huge Increases to P2 Costs

For most musical work in the United States, Canadian artists/musicians require a Class P2 Work Permit, or other non-immigrant permit. Meanwhile an O1 class permit can be accessed by artists/bands performing at a more elite/established level. As you need an export partner to obtain a visa, typically independent artists obtain their visas through the Canadian Federation of Musicians (CFM)/American Federation of Musicians (AFM).

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently published notice of their intent to raise certain immigration and naturalization fees. Currently, a P2 with regular processing time requires a $460 USD USCIS application fee. The proposal would increase this cost increase to $1615 USD, with an O visa application increasing from $460 USD to $1655 USD.

The CFM has been actively working behind the scenes and lobbying against these increases alongside U.S. arts organizations & attorneys, and U.S. AFM locals. They are currently recruiting commentary from U.S. voices - artists, festivals, venues, buyers, etc. to provide commentary on this U.S. matter before March 6.

Read more and stay tuned for updates.




Trauma and Cultural Sensitivity Training (TACT)

ONLINE: March 4&5 and 11&12 (both weekends)
IN-PERSON: May 26-28 (Saskatoon SK)

Trauma and Cultural Sensitivity Training (TACT) is for everyone! If yourself, your organization, or anyone you know is seeking a further understanding about cultural appropriation, cultural protocol, white privilege,Treaties, land acknowledgments, trauma, vicarious trauma, intergenerational trauma, reconciliation, what to do with suicide and abuse disclosures or how to make meaningful community connections, TACT is for you and/or your organization. 

Seeing a need for artists working with vulnerable and remote populations to be educated in these areas, TACT was originally designed as an artist training course delivered to enhance the understanding of arts delivery through a culturally-sensitive and mental health perspective while building well-being and resilience for arts facilitators. They are now offering training to all organizations wanting to expand their knowledge in these areas. 

A course that enhances understanding of arts delivery through a culturally-sensitive/mental-health perspective, while building well-being/resilience for facilitators, which enables future residencies with remote/under-served Indigenous communities. 

Having artists and community members acquire this training will enable more people to work confidently and closely with remote and under-served Indigenous and Metis communities in Saskatchewan. This will result in strengthening and addressing the need for Reconciliation in our province, as well as providing opportunity for intergenerational and intercultural connections in these communities during workshops and residencies. 

Register for any of these workshops by filling out the form

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New music workshops and webinars are constantly being added at www.saskmusic.org/workshops! Check out more upcoming offerings at the link.


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Canadian Songwriting Challenge PEI

The Music PEI Canadian Songwriter Challenge returns!

We're looking for a Saskatchewan singer/songwriter for a unique opportunity where you'll collaborate with other artists, producers, and industry professionals from across Canada and beyond.

The Canadian Songwriter Challenge is a component of the CSC (Canadian Song Conference), and was created by Music PEI through a partnership with other provincial music industry associations. This project matches artists from PEI with artists from across Canada to collaborate and co-write in pairs under the mentorship of a prominent Canadian producer. Each pair of artists will write and record two songs in demo form, first meeting for co-writing sessions online beginning in March, and then meeting in person in Charlottetown PEI, May 29-June 2.

Music PEI established the CSC in 2015 and was tremendously successful in bringing music industry professionals from across Canada, the US, UK and Australia to PEI to participate. The CSC includes workshops and panels designed to assist artists in developing multiple revenue streams and explores the art and commerce of songs and songwriting.

After the songwriting and recording process is completed, each pair of artists will have an opportunity to present their demos and a selection of their own music at a listening session of delegates recruited for the CSC which will provide excellent business opportunities. These delegates include music supervisors, publishers, and other industry professionals.

The Canadian Songwriter Challenge is not genre-specific and is open to both solo artists and bands. If bands apply, the primary songwriter in the band will participate in the songwriting process.

Travel, accommodations, and access to a recording studio will be provided to the participants.

The submission intake is open to singer/songwriters across Canada, but only one from each participating region (other than PEI) will be selected. 

To learn more about the CSC, The Canadian Songwriter Challenge, past delegates, programming, and more please visit www.musicpei.com.

To apply: https://podio.com/webforms/28274809/2242768

Deadline Feb 24 2023, 5pm (AT)


  • Saskatchewan applicants must be a current SaskMusic member 
  • Must be based in Canada
  • Must have released music on a streaming platform

This opportunity is most suitable for an intermediate to advanced songwriter/artist who has previous co-writing and recording experience.

Only the selected applicants will be contacted. 

This opportunity is sponsored in part by SaskMusic, with thanks to Creative Saskatchewan.



AmericanaFest Showcases - Sept 20-23, 2023 Nashville TN
Deadline March 1/23

There is no submission fee, however you must be an AmericanaFest member to apply. The showcase application can be found in their membership portal by logging in here. If you're not a current AmericanaFest member, join here.

Showcase submission info: https://americanamusic.org/showcase-submissions

The type of music accepted is Americana, which may include roots, country, folk, bluegrass, southern rock 'n' roll, blues, vintage R&B and soul music. An objective panel of respected retailers, concert/club promoters and media professionals will review each submission.

To note: Saskatchewan artists selected for AmericanaFest showcases can apply to Creative Saskatchewan (and possibly additional funders) for showcase support, if they meet eligibility criteria. SaskMusic will provide guidance, and possibly on-the-ground support, for any Saskatchewan artists selected for this event.


BreakOut West submissions

Showcasing at BreakOut West 2023
Deadline March 20/23

This year BreakOut West Festival submissions and Western Canadian Music Awards submissions are separate. Submissions are being accepted through a new portal, which means you'll create a new profile even if you've applied in the past. 

BreakOut West is open to submissions from artists of any genre. BreakOut West is a music industry showcase, designed to match export-ready artists based in Western Canada with industry professionals at their level. Artists are selected based on their goals, recent experience, and the likelihood of which they would find concrete business at the BreakOut West conference. WCMA recommends that submitting artists meet at least two, but ideally all four of FACTOR’s criteria for export readiness. 

BreakOut West is a juried showcase festival that takes many details into consideration. These may include; diversity of genre, language, gender and cultural identity. The festival also strives to represent all Western Canadian Music Alliance geographic regions. Gender-non-conforming artists, Indigenous artists, and artists of colour are strongly encouraged to apply.

Awards submissions will open in March 2023. 

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Our Opportunities page is continually updated as we hear of things.
Bookmark it for future reference!


Upcoming Export Events

New Colossus poster

The Garrys Selected for New Colossus 2023
March 8-13/2023, New York NY

The 2023 edition of NYC's New Colossus Festival runs March 8-13 at venues all over the East Village and the Lower East Side, including Mercury Lounge, Berlin Under A, Arlene’s Grocery, Bowery Ballroom, Bowery Electric, Heaven Can Wait, Pianos, and more. Happening just before SXSW, the festival catches artists from all over the world on their way to Austin and was designed to have the same flavour that CMJ had, so you can hop from venue to venue each night.

Among the artists selected by New Colossus for performances are The Garrys. In addition to their official selection spot, SaskMusic will be partnering with the Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) and M for Montreal to present a networking event and full evening of showcases by Canadian artists, including The Garrys, at Arlene’s + Pianos on Thursday March 9. Stay tuned for updates.

The Great Escape

SaskMusic and Artists at The Great Escape
May 10-13/2023, Brighton UK

Congratulations to Ellen Froese and Katie Tupper on their official showcase selections at The Great Escape 2023. SaskMusic will be on hand networking and presenting additional opportunities for the artists at and around TGE. More details to come.

The Great Escape is the festival for new music, showcasing 500 emerging artists from all over the world in 30+ walkable venues across the city and a pop-up festival site on Brighton Beach. It’s the first place to discover your new favourite artist and see them in an intimate setting before they go on to headline major festival stages.

TGE is also attended by the music industry who are on the hunt for the next big thing. A conference runs alongside the gigs featuring insightful panels, topical debates, keynote speeches and networking opportunities in abundance.

The Alternative Escape, Spotlight Shows, secret gigs, club nights and spontaneous collaborations all add to the festivities and make this weekend in Brighton one not to miss.

SaskMusic thanks Creative Saskatchewan for their support of this project.


The Garrys, SaskMusic at SXSW
March 13-18, 2023, Austin TX

Congratulations to The Garrys, selected for an official showcase at this year's SXSW. SaskMusic will be attending and presenting events with our Canadian partners at this year's event. Stay tuned for further details.

Showcase times so far:

  • March 15: The Garrys at Swan Dive Patio, presented in partnership with BreakOut West

The SXSW Music Festival brings together artists, industry professionals, and music lovers from around the world to make connections, elevate their careers, and celebrate the magic of live music – from legendary performers to the most exciting new talent.

New, developing, and established Showcasing Artists enhance their careers by reaching new audiences and attendees at the SXSW Music Festival each year. Showcases are curated by South By Southwest® in collaboration with record labels, booking agencies, management and PR firms, export offices, publishers, media outlets, lifestyle brands, festivals, and more.

SaskMusic thanks Creative Saskatchewan for their support of this project.

Focus Wales

Sask Artists at Focus Wales 2023
May 4-6/23, Wrexham Wales

"With 300+ live performances, the festival showcases the very best new talent emerging from the nation alongside established names and a selection of exciting international acts."

Ellen Froese and Grimelda are among the dozen Canadian artists thus far announced as official performers at Focus Wales 2023.

Awarded ‘Best Festival for Emerging Talent’ - UK Festival Awards
‘One of the most vital showcase events in the UK’ - Under The Radar

FOCUS Wales is a not-for-profit organization, established to provide the annual new music showcase event for the Welsh Music Industry. Their core work centers around the delivery of an international multi-venue showcase festival taking place in Wrexham each year, which places the music industry spotlight firmly on the emerging talent that Wales has to offer the world, alongside a selection of the best new acts from across the globe. FOCUS Wales 2023 will mark the festival’s 12th edition, welcoming over 20,000 people to the town, building upon 2022′s record attendance across a jam-packed weekend of events. There’s no place like Wrexham during FOCUS Wales, as they showcase 250+ artists from across the world, fill out a variety of spaces and music venues, using 20 stages, and hosting a full schedule of interactive industry sessions, arts events, and film screenings, throughout the festival. In addition to the delivery of the FOCUS Wales festival, they also deliver a number of international FOCUS Wales events throughout the year.

At this time SaskMusic is not planning to attend/present at Focus Wales 2023.


Saskatchewan Indigenous Music Association

New Saskatchewan Indigenous Music Association

SaskMusic offers big congratulations to the founders and board of the new Saskatchewan Indigenous Music Association, announced January 26 via a press event.

"The Saskatchewan Indigenous Music Association (S.I.M.A.) is a non-profit organization that supports, promotes and advocates for Saskatchewan-based Indigenous artists, groups, and music. We are made up of individuals from across Saskatchewan, with a wealth of diverse and valuable experiences with the music industry. We are committed to raising the profile of Indigenous music in Saskatchewan and making continual improvement to the music community for Indigenous artists, groups, and music. We recognize all genres of music and strive towards supporting all Indigenous artists, groups, and music to achieve success."

Read the full press release here


Can a province's music scene change your life?

Sask.-made music significantly impacts several of its citizens, in this feature by Taron Cochrane. Check out the full story here > https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/community/can-the-music-of-a-province-1.6750976



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Have you recently released or will soon be releasing an official single, music video, or album, in any genre? Have some exciting music news to share? We want to know what you've got going on! Even if we follow your socials, we (and media outlets) don't see, or catch everything you post about. Please let us know your release date and/or other activities. Just follow the links above!



Musician Seeking Gigs?

The Saskatchewan Music Directory provides listings of freelance players available for live shows and studio recordings, and is our main referral point to those who call looking to hire musicians/singers. We want to know about you! Visit www.saskmusic.org to login to your existing account, or to join (free 'subscriber' option available) and add your listings. (Sask-based players only.)

The more information the better! Remember to include your specific instrument, styles you specialize in/techniques (ie fingerstyle, rhythm, lead), location, description of experience, and links to videos/examples if available for best results. You can create multiple listings with different descriptions if you play multiple instruments! Think about what people would want to know before reaching out to a player, and include that information in your entry.


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Got gigs? Whether they're streaming concerts, live club dates or festivals - please send your show details to gigs@saskmusic.org so we can add them to our calendar!


Cultural Careers


Executive Director, The Broadway Theatre

The Friends of the Broadway Theatre is a non-profit, community-based organization with charitable status, dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Saskatoon’s historic Broadway Theatre, a civically and federally recognized heritage building. The Theatre is a 430-seat venue for live music, film, dance, theatre and both community and private events, and it plays a significant role as a community arts and culture centre.

The ED will directly report to the Friends of the Broadway Theatre Board of Directors and working collaboratively with Board committees, will provide leadership that ensures all aspects of the operation align with its mandate, strategic direction, and resources. Hours of work for this position will be flexible and vary greatly.

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Check out more careers in culture on the SaskCulture website!


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