2022 Awards

14th Annual Awards, May 4

After two years of virtual events, the 2022 event occured in-person on May 4, co-hosted by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Established in 1906, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is home to the world’s largest T-Rex.  Through its programs, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum fosters education and community development to support sustainability. 

Awards were presented this year to 26 initiatives that further the UN Global Sustainable Development Goals, including such diverse groups as the University of Regina, Ducks Unlimited, the Prince Albert Historical Society, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, SaskOutdoors, Calling Lakes EcoMuseum and others.

View the ceremony on video on our You Tube channel and the CTV News Story.

Regina Public Schools received the Lyle Benko Future Generations Award for its “Ecole Centennial Land Based Learning” project for an outstanding Education for Sustainable Development in Kindergarten to Grade 12.  The Department of Film, Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance at the University of Regina received the Dr. Garth Pickard Award for Post-Secondary Excellence in Education for Sustainable Development for its “Engaging Climate Change: Creativity, Community, Intervention” university course.

2022 Award Recipients

Find out about past events here.

Thank you to our 2022 Event Sponsors

University of SK
Office of Sustainability

Agenda, May 4, Royal Saskatchewan Museum

9:30 Event Start: MC Dr. Roger Petry
9:35 Entrance of Vice-Regal Party
9:40 Elder Lorna Standingready
9:50 Address by His Honour the Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan
10:00Welcome Addresses and Introduction of Sponsors and Guest
10:20Awards ceremony
11:50Special Awards
– Lyle Benko Future Generations Award
– The Garth Pickard Award for Post-Secondary Excellence in Education for Sustainable Development
12:05 Keynote Address:  Dr. Charles Hopkins: Education for Sustainable Development in the Anthropocene
12:25Presentation to His Honour the Honourable Russ Mirasty
1:15Musical Performance by Songs for Nature
1:30 Attendee Tours of “Home:  Life in the Anthropocene” and other exhibits