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Right by You - Parent Tip #9

Right by You - Parent Tip #9

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Tip #9: Tips to promote your teen’s mental health.   Mental health is an important part of our overall health and wellness. Mental health can be defined as “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can...


Right by You - Parent Tip #8

Right by You - Parent Tip #8

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Parent Tip #8: Be a good listener. There are times when a teen may want to talk, but a parent or caregiver isn’t listening because they’re busy or distracted. Or maybe they only listen long enough to jump in with advice or a lecture. It’s important to give the conversation your full attention....


Christmas Bird Count 4 Kids - Free Family-Friendly Activity on Jan 6.  Registration Required!

Christmas Bird Count 4 Kids - Free Family-Friendly Activity on Jan 6. Registration Required!

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Christmas Bird Count for Kids   Presented by Nature Saskatchewan    Fun and FREE for all ages!   Saturday January 6, 2018  1pm till 4pm   2900 Wascana Drive, Wascana Park   Live Burrowing Owl presentation by Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre   Free Snacks and...


Websites with Kids Activities in Regina and Area

Websites with Kids Activities in Regina and Area

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Kids/Family Activities   There are a number of websites that continually update information about kid-friendly and family activities happening in Regina.    Some activities are free, some are low-cost, and others are regular price.   Check out these websites for...


Young Workers Readiness Course

Young Workers Readiness Course

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Young Worker Readiness Program Description    Go to the YWRCC website here   What this course is about:   This interactive, online course provides information about employment standards and workplace health and safety.    The course contains three modules and a mandatory test. The...


Right by you - Tip #7 for Parents

Right by you - Tip #7 for Parents

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When it comes to communicating with your teen, it’s a two-way street. Building a strong relationship means talking and sharing on both sides – teen and parent or caregiver. If your teen gives answers such as “I dunno,” or brushes you off with one-word replies, try sharing some of your own...


IRCC concludes the Settlement Design Challenge

IRCC concludes the Settlement Design Challenge

Posted in Immigration News / Families

From the IRCC Newsletter – December 2017 IRCC has wrapped up its Settlement Design Challenge, during which IRCC staff and students from OCAD University (formerly the Ontario College of Art and Design) sought out innovative ways to improve Canada’s settlement programs and services...


Free Skating! 3 different locations in the City!

Free Skating! 3 different locations in the City!

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FREE SKATING IN REGINA:   AL RITCHIE ARENA:   2230 Lindsay Street Regina   Every Wednesday: 6 – 8 pm    Fees: All public skates at the Al Ritchie Arena are free.     CLARENCE MAHON ARENA:   130 Brotherton Avenue Regina, SK   Phone: 306-777-7387 Every Tuesday: 6 – 8...


 EYFC (Early Years Family Centre) has shared a Parenting Resource (available in multiple languages)

EYFC (Early Years Family Centre) has shared a Parenting Resource (available in multiple languages)

Early Years Family Centres in Regina are amazing places to explore, learn and play with your child (these 3 centres are NOT Daycares or Pre-Kindergarten programs) The activities and classes change regularly.  There are free play activities, reading, and many opportunities to interact with...


Library-based program helps immigrants learn language through art

Library-based program helps immigrants learn language through art

A program at Regina Public Library is offering new immigrants a chance to learn through the language of art.   By Marney Blunt, Global News    Photo by Dave Parsons / Global News   The ‘Art for Canadian Newcomers’ class allows immigrants to create art while brushing up on their English...