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RRLIP Survey Deadline Extended!

RRLIP Survey Deadline Extended!

Posted in Community Programs / RRLIP Project News

Thank you to everyone who has completed our surveys so far! While we've had over 300 responses to our Survey for Newcomers, we are still hoping that community members will take the time to complete the RRLIP Survey for the General Community.  The RRLIP developed these two surveys to...


Learn How Empathy is a Key Ingredient for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiatives

Learn How Empathy is a Key Ingredient for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiatives

Charity Village is offering a free webinar that is intended for all nonprofit professionals and leaders interested in diversity, equity and inclusion.  This webinar explores questions about how to effectively use empathy in our work and shows us how to implement more impactful diversity,...


Are you interested in learning more about Indigenous Culture and history in Saskatchewan? 

Are you interested in learning more about Indigenous Culture and history in Saskatchewan? 

Posted in Community Programs

In celebration of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month, the Regina Public Library is hosting an evening of storytelling from well-known Indigenous storytellers.  Date: Tuesday, Feb. 11th  Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm  Location: Regina Public Library, Central (Downtown) Branch  Address: 2311...


Regina's Chinese New Year Celebrations Continue

Regina's Chinese New Year Celebrations Continue

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Saturday, January 25th, 2020  was  the Chinese Lunar New Year, a celebration held on the first day of the Chinese calendar  each year.  On Sunday, January 26th, the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) featured an article and radio interview, highilighting a woman who was raised in...


Poltava Concert - Saturday, Feb. 8th, 2020

Poltava Concert - Saturday, Feb. 8th, 2020

Posted in Community Programs

Tickets are on sale now for Regina's Poltava concert!   The Poltava Ensemble of Song, Music, and Dance is a 50 member Ukrainian ensemble which includes dancers, musicians and singers. Based in Regina, Saskatchewan, the Poltava Ensemble performs nationally and internationally and has performed...


Basic Instruction Classes in Nordic Needlework! Provided by the Scandinavian Club of Regina

Basic Instruction Classes in Nordic Needlework! Provided by the Scandinavian Club of Regina

Posted in Community Programs

Hardanger Embroidery is a traditional Norwegian needlework craft. It is thought to have originated in the Middle East and then spread to Europe and has recently gained in popularity in North America as a beautiful traditional art.  The organizers of the classes would like to encourage...


What Canadians Need to Know About the Coronavirus

What Canadians Need to Know About the Coronavirus

Posted in Youth / Children / Families

On January 25, 2020, the first case of the coronavirus was seen in Canada. It occurred in a person who had been in Wuhan, China 14 days before becoming sick. Risk to Canadians:The Public Health Agency of Canada currently states that the public health risk for Coronavirus is low for Canada and...


Income Tax Session for Newcomers - Thursday, February 6th

Income Tax Session for Newcomers - Thursday, February 6th

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Learn more about the Canadian tax system, how it works, why you need to file a tax return, how to report foreign income and assets, what tax credits and benefits you may be eligible for, and more.  Date: Thursday, February 6th  Time: 7:00pm  Location: Regina Public Library -...


Canadian Employers Must Approve Time Off to Attend a Citizenship Ceremony

Canadian Employers Must Approve Time Off to Attend a Citizenship Ceremony

Posted in Community Programs

Attend the Employment Standards Webinar on Feb 5th, 2020 to learn more about Canadian rules for taking time off work for medical or service reasons.   This webinar discusses absence due to illness or injury, organ donation, compassionate care, critically ill child care, nomination/election...


Today is Bell Let's Talk Day!

Today is Bell Let's Talk Day!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

On Bell Let's Talk Day, you can help raise money for Canadian mental health initiatives, without spending any of your own money.  Bell Canada will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health initiatives every time you: Use the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter  Tweet...