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Healthy Eating Toolkit  for EAL Newcomers available! Helpful resource for educators.

Healthy Eating Toolkit for EAL Newcomers available! Helpful resource for educators.

Posted in Community Programs

Resource for teachers, conversation circle leaders, tutors, sponsors, etc.   The Healthy Eating Toolkit was developed for English as an Additional Language (EAL) instructors teaching students at the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)1 and Phase 1 levels. With the use of the extension...


Right by you - Tip #7 for Parents

Right by you - Tip #7 for Parents

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Families

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...


Hockey Night in Canada - Punjabi version

Hockey Night in Canada - Punjabi version

Posted in Community Programs

Enjoy watching hockey?  Hear punjabi commentators! http://www.omnitv.ca/on/pa/shows/hockey-night-in-canada-punjabi-edition/ ...


  Join the #WithRefugees Campaign - information letter from Cities of Migration organization

Join the #WithRefugees Campaign - information letter from Cities of Migration organization

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Invitation from the Cities of Migration organization....   Dear Colleagues,  Cities of Migration has joined UNHCR’s #WithRefugees campaign. You can too.   The historic New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants was signed one year ago, uniting all 193 United Nations Member States in...


Business Idea?  Guide to Launching a Small Business - free seminar offered by SquareOne

Business Idea? Guide to Launching a Small Business - free seminar offered by SquareOne

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Start at Square One Seminar   December 19, 2017    4:30 pm – 5:30 pm  Location: Economic Development Regina 1925 Rose Street, Regina, SK, Canada You have a business idea, but you just don’t know where to start? Attend Start at Square One: A Guide to Launching a Small Business and learn all...


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...


Wascana Marsh - Unstructured Play Day!  Free Event for the whole family on Saturday, Dec 16

Wascana Marsh - Unstructured Play Day! Free Event for the whole family on Saturday, Dec 16

Posted in Community Programs / Children

WASCANA UNSTRUCTURED PLAY DAY     FREE event! Come one come all! All ages welcome!     Meet us at Wascana Marsh on Saturday December 16th at 2pm-4pm for an afternoon of family fun!     Explore Wascana Marsh, take part in some activities as a group or do your own thing.   That's the beauty...


Free Skating! 3 different locations in the City!

Free Skating! 3 different locations in the City!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

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...


 Regina transit becomes more accessible for those with special needs

Regina transit becomes more accessible for those with special needs

Posted in Community Programs

Regina transit becomes more accessible for those with special needs   Story by Pamela Cowan, Regina Leader-Post  Published on: October 13, 2017    Charlene Eger demonstrates an innovative locking system that is being installed on five city buses to Regina-Wascana MP Ralph Goodale and...