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Fall 2018 Edition of RRLIP's Newcomer News is Now Available!

Fall 2018 Edition of RRLIP's Newcomer News is Now Available!

The RRLIP Project staff develop newsletters to share with newcomers, key stakeholders and the greater community.  The Newcomer News is a plain language newsletter designed to highlight local programs, resources and services. The latest edition highlights: - Ehrlo Sports Venture (Free...


Regina Student from Syria to Star in Netflix Series

Regina Student from Syria to Star in Netflix Series

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

A high school student from Syria, currently in the deaf and hard of hearing program at Winston Knoll, will be starrring in a Netflix original series called Black Summer. Read the full article, in the Regina Leader Post...


Private Refugee Sponsorship Webinars - Starting Nov 1st

Posted in Immigration News

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is offereing free webinars throughout November, starting today! See below for a detailed listing of the webinar content and schedule: Introduction to Canada's Refugee Sponsorship ProgramsTopics covered: an overview of Canada's refugee...


National Francophone Immigration Week - Nov 4-10

National Francophone Immigration Week - Nov 4-10

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Réseau en immigration francophone de la Saskatchewan (RIF-SK) is pleased to unveil theprogram for the sixth edition of National Francophone Immigration Week in the province. Twelve events and activities will take place this year including; sports, art culture and awareness-raising. The...


Private Sponsorship of Refugees Webinar - Oct 31st

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is providing a webinar called Building or Burning Bridges? Communicating Across Cultures on Wed, Oct 31, 2018 1:00PM - 3:00 PM (CST). This webinar will tackle one of the major causes of Private Sponsorship disputes: cross-cultural communication. It...


Immigrant Women's Experiences & Responses to Intimate Partner Violence Webinar - Oct 30th

Posted in Immigration News

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 | 11:00am - 12:15pm (CST) This webinar aims to:  discuss the immigrant women’s experiences of intimate partner violence post-migration and the numerous ways in which they are shaped by immigration policies in Canada; recognize the ways in which a cultural lens is...


Newcomer Employment Webinar - Oct 3rd

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Migration Policy Institute Europe is offereing a free webinar:  Preparing Newcomers for the Jobs of Today and the Labor Markets of Tomorrow. When: October 3rd, 2018. Time: 7:00am (Central Time). Topic: This webinar will explore the changing labour market and how to assist newcomers...


SK Employment Standards - Free Webinar Series

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Beginning October 3, 2018, the Employment Standards Division of the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety will host a series of free webinars for Saskatchewan employers, employees and organizations. The webinar series will cover a variety of topics about Saskatchewan’s...


Online Career Fair for Immigrants - Sept. 18-20

Online Career Fair for Immigrants - Sept. 18-20

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

If you have moved to Canada from another country or will be arriving soon and you are looking for a job, this Job Fair is for you! The Settlement Online Pre-Arrival (SOPA) program is hosting an online career fair from September 18-20, with an opportunity to connect to up to 60 employers from...


Refugee Private Sponsorship Workshop - Saskatoon, September 19th

Refugee Private Sponsorship Workshop - Saskatoon, September 19th

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) are hosting workshops in September 2018 for individuals interested in submitting applications under the Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) program (as a Group of Five or a Community...