The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages Inc. (SOHL) works with teachers, volunteers, and cultural communities to promote and develop the teaching and learning of heritage languages. It is an umbrella organization supporting heritage language schools and multilingual organizations throughout the province. SOHL was established in 1985.
The Mission of the Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages is to preserve and promote languages/culture in Saskatchewan through awareness and educational and cultural programs for a vibrant and diverse Saskatchewan .
The Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages is the catalyst to sustain language/culture to the benefit of all Saskatchewan residents.
The aims and objectives of the organization shall be:
Leadership - SOHL demonstrates strong leadership in:
Accountability - SOHL demonstrates accountability by responding to its stakeholders.
Innovation – with Saskatchewan's increasing diverse population, SOHL continues to respond with innovative/creative initiatives to address changing needs.
Collaboration – through collaborative techniques, SOHL facilitates successful resolution to the benefit of Saskatchewan residents – understanding we all work better together.
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