Community Programs

Do You Need Help Filing Your Income Tax?

Do You Need Help Filing Your Income Tax?

Posted in Community Programs / Families

A group of volunteers called the SaskTel Pioneers, are available to help people and families prepare their income tax returns. This program is for those who have low income and a basic tax return (one that is not too complicated). These free clinics are being held Monday to Friday from 9:00am...


Income Tax Information Sessions Starting  Monday

Income Tax Information Sessions Starting Monday

Posted in Community Programs / Families

The Regina Open Door Society is offering information sessions on Income Tax Preparation and Filing. This session will help you learn about your legal obilgation to file Income Tax in Canada. You will also learn about: - how to submit your taxes, - the deadlines to submit, - how to avoid scams...


Are you Interested in Gardening this Summer?

Are you Interested in Gardening this Summer?

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Do you like growing flowers or vegetables? Would you like to learn more about what you can grow in Canada in the Spring and Summer? Would you like to meet friendly people who also like gardening?  Come to Seedy Saturday, 2019! This is a fun time for families and individuals who like plants...


Volunteers Needed to Help Newcomer Children with Their Schoolwork

Volunteers Needed to Help Newcomer Children with Their Schoolwork

The Settlement Support Workers in Schools (SSWIS) Program is looking for volunteers to help with their Homework Club program. Volunteers are required to help students from grades 4 - 8 in the following schools:  • École Harbour Landing School  (Mondays 3:45pm - 5:15pm)• St. Augustine...


Information Session for Internationally Trained Engineers

Information Session for Internationally Trained Engineers

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) is hosting an information session for Internationally Educated Member-in-Training Applicants. This session will familiarize international engineering and geoscience graduates with the APEGS registration...


Information Technology Certificate Course - Registration Open!

Information Technology Certificate Course - Registration Open!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth

ComIT is offering a free Certificate Program that will teach programming, soft skills and professional development to young people interested in working in the Information Technology field. This program targets the requirements of the local labor market, providing the necessary tools for...


Free Mexican Film Series - Starting February 22nd

Free Mexican Film Series - Starting February 22nd

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth / Families

The University of Regina's Lifelong Learning Centre is hosting a FREE Mexican Film series on Fridays! Films will be in Spanish, but will be accompanied with English subtitles. Dates: Feb 22, Mar 1, Mar 8 and Mar 15. Time: 1:00pm-3:30pm. Cost: Admission is Free. Location: College Building...


Looking for Free Family Fun on "Family Day Monday"?

Looking for Free Family Fun on "Family Day Monday"?

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

WASKIMO 2019 Will Be Happening on Wascana Lake, Monday, February 18th. This event-packed, family friendly day happens every year on Family Day Monday, in February.See important details for the day, listed below: • All Waskimo activities (indoors and outside) are free to the public. • $10...


Community and Volunteer Fair for Newcomers

Community and Volunteer Fair for Newcomers

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth / Families

If you are interested in learning about programs, services and volunteer opportunities available in Regina, be sure to attend the Regina Open Door Society's Community and Volunteer Fair for Newcomers, 2109!  DATE: Thursday February 21st, 2019. TIME: 9:00 am – 3:00pm. LOCATION: Ramada Plaza,...


Canadian Mental Health Fact Sheet

Canadian Mental Health Fact Sheet

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has a Fact Sheet available on their website, explaining who is affected by mental health issues, how common it is and the impact it can have on youth, families and communities.  These are some of the highlights:  • In any given year, 1 in 5 people...