May Updates & Events


Turning the Tide, The Stand, and Climate Justice Saskatoon present...

Book Launch with author Am Johal


7pm Wednesday, May 2

The Stand Community Organizing Centre (615 Main Street, Saskatoon)

Seamlessly combining travelogue, political analysis, and ecological theory, speaking both to local residents and to leading scholars, the authors propose a new understanding of ecology that links the domination of the other-than-human world to the domination of humans by humans. They argue that any definition of ecology has to start with decolonization and that confronting global warming requires a politics that speaks to a different way of being in the world—a reconstituted understanding of the sweetness of life.

More info on our website and Facebook Event Page.

The Stand Presents a Community Conversation on...


5:30 pm Friday, May 4

The Stand Community Organizing Centre (615 Main Street, Saskatoon)

Free Admission - Nachos provided

 Nicaragua, once a bright revolutionary light for the world, is at a painful crossroad. Come hear an update and join a conversation about what we can all learn from the uprising and violence that austerity measures and authoritarian rule can foster.

Led by 35 year Nicaragua solidarity activist and ally, Lori Hanson

More info on our website and Facebook Event Page.

Open Letter re: SK response to TransMountain Pipeline Expansion

Add your signature to the more than 150 who have already signed on to Climate Justice Saskatoon's petition

demanding Saskatchewan leaders to take climate change seriously and lead us towards a #JustTransition away from fossil fuels.



Celebrate single moms this Mother's Day with author Wendy Mirasty


2 pm Saturday, May 19

Turning the Tide Bookstore (615 Main Street, Saskatoon)

Turning the Tide is hosting a reading followed by an activity from Wendy Mirasty's new book, 52 Weeks of a Single Mother’s Love.

The book is for single mothers to embrace the moments during difficult times, to remember what keeps them going, and to reflect back on changes as the months pass. It is a self help book that has weekly reflections that supports single mothers. 

For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.

Stop the Cuts - May Meeting


6:30 pm Thursday, May 17

Third Avenue United Church (304 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon)

The Sask Party's cuts are part of an austerity agenda far bigger than one issue. At this meeting, we will continue to build a common front between organizations and individuals who want to live in a province with strong public services, that builds just relationships between settlers and Indigenous people, and that doesn't leave anyone behind. 

We encourage anyone opposed to austerity and cuts to attend! Organizations and individuals welcome.

Snacks provided. Wheelchair Accessible. If you require child care, please send us a message. 

For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.

SUM Theatre presents...



Join SUM Theatre on May 27 for an artistic responses to the month's top news stories and events. This is the second last Last Sunday of the season!

Where? Meet at the North East corner of Broadway and 11th St. at 7:30pm.

Once you find us, we’ll take you to an top secret location for a free, one-hour performance experience. It’s as fresh as a show gets as our community’s playwrights, musicians and celebrity interviewees delve into some of that month’s top news stories and events. 

“It’s theatre of the now,” says artistic director Joel Bernbaum. “Art is more relevant than it has ever been before. It has the power to take people down a new path of understanding the world around them. We believe these performances and the discussions they generate will build a better community.”

How much? It's free!

Will there be food? You betcha!

For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page