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Ramada Saskatoon raises awareness each year by wearing pink t-shirts to support Anti-Bullying initiatives worldwide. This year, the staff wore Pink shirts designed by First Nations Canadian artists.
Anti-Bullying Day is a day when people wear a pink shirt to symbolize a stand against bullying, an idea that originated in Canada. It is celebrated on various dates around the world. In Canada this year, it’s February 24th.
Ramada Hotel by Wyndham – Saskatoon, continues to support Kinsmen Telemiracle by providing food service for the taping sessions this year. Pictured above are Ramada staff Austin W (Restaurant Manager), and our Kitchen staff (Ray and Linda) Missing from the photo is our Executive Chef, Kathy K.
We are pleased to be a part of this worthy Saskatchewan initiative !
Ramada Hotel Saskatoon is displaying blue exterior lights in support of our many health care professionals and first responders, who have sacrificed so much during the COVID pandemic.
Ramada Hotel – Saskatoon is proud of our partnership with Saskatchewan’s First Nations Leadership.
Pictured from left to right, Charles Bellegarde (Ramada Regional Sales Manager), Regional Chief Bobby Cameron, (FSIN), and Murray Waters, General Manager, (Ramada Hotel – Saskatoon)
We also support the First Nations National Leadership, and AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde. Ramada Saskatoon is a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
We support our troops and were privileged and honored to host the Wounded Warriors group in our hotel restaurant for lunch recently.
The Ramada family thanks you for your service to our country!
Saskatchewan Rush players pay visit to the Ramada Golf Dome recently.
Ramada supports the Rush!
From left to right, Chris Klassen (Dome staff), Mark Matthews, Even Kirk, Graham Reddekopp, (Golf Dome Operations Manager)
From left to right: Shannon W (Restaurant), Laura E (Restaurant Manager), Vicky S (Guest Services), Matthew L (Guest Services Manager), Kayla D (Restaurant Assistant Manager).
The Ramada Saskatoon staff have taken part in a two day workshop presented by the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, titled “From Truth to Reconciliation” in which we learned of the history and legacy of the Residential School System, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Calls to Action. This is part of Ramada Saskatoon’s initiative to strengthen and enhance our relationships within our communities, In particular, with our First Nation partners.
(The workshop was attended by the VP Hotel Operations and the General Manager, as well as our department leaders)
Ramada Hotel Saskatoon continues to support those in need, we have been supplying for Care and Share Holiday Meal Program and Kinsmen Telemiracle as our sponsorship commitment to the community.
Our Ramada Golf Dome played host to the Saskatchewan Blind Sports Association (as seen on the CTV Saskatoon morning show). To bring awareness of sporting opportunities for those with visual impairments.
(Janella Hamilton, reporting and Steve Ryde was the golf pro)