The Service d’Aide aux Neo-Canadiens (SANC) will be hosting its 47th annual Intercultural Buffet on the evening of May 5 this year. As has been the case for decades, the feast will once again give locals the opportunity to try the tastes of 28 different nations from around the world while also getting to know different cultures that have found a new home in Sherbrooke and support the work of the integration organization financially. “This event is unique not just in the Estrie, but across Canada,” said volunteer coordinator Nicole Robitaille, highlighting the massive volunteer and community effort that goes into making the annual fundraiser a success. In no other place, according to the organizer, do representatives of so many different cultures come together in one space to share their own food and traditions in an environment of cultural exchange. “It is a culinary journey that builds bridges,” Robitaille said. See full story in the Thursday, April 5th edition of The Record.