Community Programs

Aviva Contest! Opportunity for Community Groups to Submit an Idea to Strengthen  Regina!  Deadline Oct 2.

Aviva Contest! Opportunity for Community Groups to Submit an Idea to Strengthen Regina! Deadline Oct 2.

Posted in Community Programs

The Aviva Community Fund helps passionate people make positive change in your community.  If you’ve got a great idea to create positive change within your community but don’t know how to make it happen, the Aviva Community Fund is an opportunity for you.  35 finalists are selected by voting...


What Is the Westminister World Market?  Pictures and information!

What Is the Westminister World Market? Pictures and information!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth / Children / Families

What is the Westminster World Market?    (Photo resource was developed by a Regina Open Door teacher in the LINC program (Language Instruction for Newcomers).     It is a multi-cultural crafts and foods market. Newcomers can sell crafts and baking goods. When is it? It is on...


Refugee Sponsorship Community Support 'Meeting.  Sept 28....Register Now

Refugee Sponsorship Community Support 'Meeting. Sept 28....Register Now

Posted in Community Programs / RRLIP Project News

The Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP) is bringing together people from Regina who have been part of sponsoring refugees, to establish a community support system, and to share resource information. If you are an individual or part of a group that has sponsored refugees in...


Regina Food Bank launches urban agriculture project

Regina Food Bank launches urban agriculture project

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Families

Garden towers in schools aim to help students connect with the food they eat.  Parents may notice a few green thumbs coming home from school over the next few months, as students across the city begin a new urban agriculture initiative. 21 Sep 2017 Regina Leader-Post by Jennifer Ackerman ...


Art For Canadian Newcomers - at the Glen Elm Library!  Free - all ages welcome.

Art For Canadian Newcomers - at the Glen Elm Library! Free - all ages welcome.

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

“Art for Canadian Newcomers” Come to the Glen Elm Library for a free monthly art program open to anyone who is new to Canada.   Free, hands-on art making workshops in painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed-media and more! Make art while practicing English language skills. Open to all ages....


EAL Support - Homework Help.  Learn about the program and meet the volunteer tutors at the Open House Sept. 26.Parents and students Welcome!

EAL Support - Homework Help. Learn about the program and meet the volunteer tutors at the Open House Sept. 26.Parents and students Welcome!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Families

 Open House for our EAL Support Group (Homework Help) Tuesday, September 26, 2017 6:00pm to 07:00pm at our BOC Location, 4th Floor, 2220 12th avenue. We are inviting all parents and students to come and learn about our after school programming and at the same time meet our volunteers who are...


Peace Walk - Sept 23 at 2pm, starting at the Legislative Buildings.  Join the ICNA Sisters.

Peace Walk - Sept 23 at 2pm, starting at the Legislative Buildings. Join the ICNA Sisters.

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

The Regina ICNA Sisters (Islamic Circle of North America) is a group of Muslim women involved in numerous activities in the community and for the community.  Glad to call Canada home, they reach out to neighbours, care homes and shelters, students, donate blood, canvas for diabetes...


Fire Ban for City of Regina - NO open fires allowed!

Posted in Community Programs

The City of Regina has put a ban on open fires - they are not allowed in yards, parks, or anywhere else, until the ban is lifted.   There are also rules and regulations for enjoying a fire at any time.  The regulations regarding outdoor fires are very strict. They are in place to prevent fires...


Homework Help at the Library - free help provided by volunteers.  Drop in program

Homework Help at the Library - free help provided by volunteers. Drop in program

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Do you need help with homework?  This service is available to children, youth and adults.  Volunteers will work to assist you. No registration required, this is a drop-in program. Homework Help Grades 4-12 and GED students are welcome to drop in and get some help with Math, Science,...


Free tools for parents of teens and young adults - support and understand your children better - be equipped to assist with their challenges

Free tools for parents of teens and young adults - support and understand your children better - be equipped to assist with their challenges

Posted in Community Programs

Every year an estimated 1.2 million Canadian children and youth are affected by mental illness The Right By You campaign was created by Partners for Mental Health to improve mental health and prevent suicide among youth, by mobilizing and engaging Canadians to help drive fundamental changes...