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Interactive Map of Francophone Immigration Services in Saskatchewan

Interactive Map of Francophone Immigration Services in Saskatchewan

The RIF-SK has developed the the French Language Services Pathway in Saskatchewan, which presents the range of French-language services available throughout the province. It is primarily intended for Francophone newcomers who settle or live in Saskatchewan. Simple and dynamic, it links to...


Interactive Map of Newcomer Services in Regina

Interactive Map of Newcomer Services in Regina

The RRLIP collaborated with local service agencies and other supports, to create an Interactive Service Map for newcomers.  This map highlights the services of newcomer serving agencies including:  Assessment and Referral Agencies Language Instruction Service Providers Settlement...


Free Nutrition Advice - Available in over 200 languages

Free Nutrition Advice - Available in over 200 languages

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Eat Well Saskatchewan is a free, confidential nutrition service that offers direct access to a Registered Dietitian. All residents of Saskatchewan can call  1-833-966-5541 or email eatwell@usask.ca to ask questions about nutrition. **Available Monday to Thursday from 10:00am - 4:00pm** How...


Free Financial Literacy Resources - To Help Learn and Teach About Managing Your Money

Free Financial Literacy Resources - To Help Learn and Teach About Managing Your Money

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Money is necessary to live – but often hard to manage!  For people coming from a different country, the Canadian money system may be very confusing. The Saskatchewan Financial Literacy Network has tools to help people learn about money in Canada https://sfln.ca/  Many people do not manage...


Webinar for Those Working with Children Who Have Experienced Trauma - Dec. 3rd

Webinar for Those Working with Children Who Have Experienced Trauma - Dec. 3rd

Story Shifters: Co-creating New Stories about Trauma, is a free webinar, aimed at sharing tools that can be used to assist those who have experienced childhood trauma.  This webinar presents from a perspective that is rooted in positive psychology, resilience and social construction in a...


Program for Newcomer Youth - Leaders Academy - Starting Dec 3rd

Program for Newcomer Youth - Leaders Academy - Starting Dec 3rd

Posted in Community Programs / Youth

The Regina Open Door Society's Young Leaders Academy  Start Date:  Dec 3rd, 2019 Time: Thursdays 5pm-7:30pm Where: Regina Open Door Society, 2314 11th Avenue, Regina Duration: 13 weeks Who: Newcomer Youth, 13-24 years of age  Program Description: this will help newcomer youth become...


Employment Program Information Session - Dec. 4th or 9th

Employment Program Information Session - Dec. 4th or 9th

Posted in Community Programs

The Regina Open Door Society is hosting information sessions where you will learn about their upcoming Career Bridging Program Dates: Wednesday, Dec. 4th at 10:00am              Monday, Dec. 9th at 3:30pm Location: Regina Open Door Society  Address: 1st floor, 2314 11th Avenue, Regina...


Arabic Speakers with limited English Skills Wanted!

Arabic Speakers with limited English Skills Wanted!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

 Are you an Arabic-speaking refugee or immigrant with limited English skills?  Do you want help communicating in English that is specific to your work and everyday life? The University of Regina and the Regina Public Library are looking for adults to participate in a free language...


Immigrants more likely to start a business and create jobs than those born in Canada

Immigrants more likely to start a business and create jobs than those born in Canada

A recent article published in the online newsletter CIC News, highlights a new study by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) which shows that "Newcomers to Canada are more likely to start a business that grows more quickly and creates more net jobs per enterprise than the...


Canadian Public Rallies Against Inappropriate Comments Directed at Immigrants

Canadian Public Rallies Against Inappropriate Comments Directed at Immigrants

Canadian celebrity Don Cherry was recently fired from his position as a hockey commentator after he implied that immigrants are not willing to wear the poppy pin for Remembrance Day. While expressing the importance of remembering and honouring our veterans, Mr. Cherry implied that people who...