Hansel & Gretel Preschool Registration 2020/2021
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm
German Worship at Mount Olive Lutheran Church
Jan 25 @ 2:00 pm
Culture in the Kitchen – Germany meets Romania @ Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Feb 8 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
February Cooking Class
Feb 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Finding Heinz Moehn @ Convocation Hall, Peter MacKinnon Building
Feb 12 @ 7:30 pm

On March 29th, 2019 the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra performed Heinz Moehn’s Music for Violin and Orchestra, a piece that had gone unperformed since its premiere in Germany in 1938. In this lecture, University of Saskatchewan musicology professor Amanda Lalonde (with guest collaborators and performers) will share her research on the rediscovery of Moehn’s musical life, his compositions, and his connections with important figures of twentieth-century music.

For more details on the event, click here.

SGC’s Spring Postillion 2019 also contains more information on Heinz Moehn with his Saskatoon connection, the article can be found here.


SGC currently has 38 member groups throughout the province. Among the member groups are clubs, language schools, dance groups and choirs as well as various other arts, culture and recreation groups. All member groups are entitled to apply for SGC member funding and representatives are invited to attend the annual Round Table Meeting and Treffpunkt Weekend. More…


We offer immigrant settlement services to newcomers in Saskatoon and area. Our Immigrant Settlement Advisor helps with all aspects of settlement. The service is free of charge and available in German and English as well as in all other languages with the help of an over-the-phone interpretation service. More…


The Postillion is the Council’s quarterly newsletter. It contains a variety of information on our community of people of German-speaking backgrounds. Furthermore, the newsletter has a member section, containing reports and articles from many SGC member groups. More…

About Saskatchewan German Council

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Founded in 1984, the Saskatchewan German Council is a registered volunteer-based, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting German culture, language, customs, traditions and interests for the benefit of all Saskatchewan people.

The Council plays an active role in building provincial multiculturalism and the Canadian mosaic. The Council is guided in all its activities by its by-laws as well as by a comprehensive set of policies.

A Board of Directors consisting of 10 elected members meets at least twice a year to set the tone and direction for all the Council’s activities. A number of committees are in place to investigate and manage matters of special interest.

Recent News

  • Canada and Germany: Partners from Immigration to Innovation

    This exhibit curated by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany honors the German-Canadian friendship, from a rich history of immigration to cultural collaborations and innovations. The exhibit will be on display from February 8 to July 26, 2020 at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon. More information regarding the exhibit, can be found […]

  • Jessica Richter and Waltraude Stehwien: Scissor Cuts/ Scherenschnitte

    A special partnership with the Saskatchewan German Council. Toured through OSAC’s Arts on the Move program. Scherenschnitte (scissor cuts) is an art form where silhouettes are cut from one piece of special black paper with scissors or knives with no ‘hangers’- unattached pieces. Scissor cutting has a long history in German folk art; immigrants brought […]

  • Office Holiday Hours

    Please be aware that our office will be closed starting on December 25, 2019 all the way through to January 5, 2020. Regular office hours will resume on January 6, 2020.

  • Bayrisches Kulturzentrum der Deutschen aus Russland (Bavarian Cultural Center of Germans from Russia)

    The cultural center acts primarily as a meeting place, venue and as a central contact point for the Germans from Russia. It advises and supports cultural professionals of the target group and documents their history. With ever-changing exhibitions, readings and lectures, the centre would like to give an insight into the history and culture of […]

  • SGC at Folkfest 2019

    Our Sankt Martin Display To read about the Legend of Sankt Martin, click here. Here are some traditional songs that children sing for the Laternenumzug: Laterne, Laterne Ich geh mit meiner Laterne Other traditions for Sankt Martin’s Day include: Recipe for Weckmänner Recipe for Stuffed Martin’s Goose To make your very own Laterne, here are […]

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