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RRLIP Project Coordinator speaks at launch of Francophone Immigration Week - explains the RRLIP  Refugee Photo Project

RRLIP Project Coordinator speaks at launch of Francophone Immigration Week - explains the RRLIP Refugee Photo Project

Speech details - at the Francophone Immigration Week Launch: RRLIP Refugee Photo Project My name is Carol and I am the Project Coordinator of the Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP). The RRLIP was launched in 2014. Funded by IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada),...


 Maternal Mental Health - Information and Resources - Upcoming 2018 Spring Conference

Maternal Mental Health - Information and Resources - Upcoming 2018 Spring Conference

Posted in Community Programs / Children / Families

It's time to quit being mum about maternal mental health from story by Pamela Cowan, Regina Leader-Post  October 12, 2017 It’s been 11 years since the birth of her daughter, but Elita Paterson vividly recalls struggling with frightening fits of rage, despair and anxiety at what should have been...


Basketball Camp in Regina for Boys and Girls Ages 8 - 16 - organized by YAS (Young Athlete Saskatchewan).  Only running if enough registrations by Nov 8!

Basketball Camp in Regina for Boys and Girls Ages 8 - 16 - organized by YAS (Young Athlete Saskatchewan). Only running if enough registrations by Nov 8!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Every Saskatchewan Youth is invited to get a head start on the coming winter basketball season by polishing up their basketball skills at our Fall Tune - Up Basketball Camps in Regina.   YAS - Young Athlete Saskatchewan Basketball Skills Camps - Fall 2017 Saskatchewan Non-Profit...


Immigrants make up 21.9% of Canada’s population, Statistics Canada recent numbers show:

Immigrants make up 21.9% of Canada’s population, Statistics Canada recent numbers show:

Posted in Immigration News

Immigrants Make Up 21.9% of Canada’s Population: StatsCan   October 25, 2017 By Hugo O'Doherty And Eman Katem  The share of Canada’s growing population made up by immigrants has risen to 21.9 percent, up from 20.6 percent in 2011, and the majority of recent immigrants arrived through an...


Are you interested in being an over-the-phone interpreter?  Contact CanTalk by Wednesday Nov 1

Are you interested in being an over-the-phone interpreter? Contact CanTalk by Wednesday Nov 1

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

CanTalk provides over-the-pnone interpretation services to many agencies across Canada, including the local Regina Qu'Apple Health Region and 811.  Since July, CanTalk has been recruiting people who are interested in working as casual freelance over-the-phone interpreters. To date...


Influenza (Flu) Clinics - Oct 31 and Nov 1 at First Baptist Church

Influenza (Flu) Clinics - Oct 31 and Nov 1 at First Baptist Church

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

RODS Annual 'Flu' Clinics for 2017 October 31 (Tuesday) November 1 (Wednesday) 9am - 11:30 am; and 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm both days (Lunch break from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm both days)  At First Baptist Church 2241 Victoria Avenue Regina, SK   Interpretation services in...


Latest census numbers showcase Canada and Sask.'s ever-evolving ethnic diversity

Latest census numbers showcase Canada and Sask.'s ever-evolving ethnic diversity

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

A decade ago, the CBC series “Little Mosque on the Prairie” won international acclaim for its depiction of Muslims trying to make their way in a rural Saskatchewan town.   The Canadian Press - Ottawa Published October 25, 2017  At the time, Saskatchewan was home to about 33,900 visible...


NEW - FREE Family Literacy Program has just started in Regina!  Learn to read, write and speak English!

NEW - FREE Family Literacy Program has just started in Regina! Learn to read, write and speak English!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth / Children / Families

A new literacy program has recently started in the North Central Family Centre.  There is plenty of room for participants!  Newcomers welcome!   Reading and writing are important for every part of community life.   Reading and writing are important for every family member.   Do you...


Refugee Photos and stories now in French!

Refugee Photos and stories now in French!

Posted in RRLIP Project News

The RRLIP, in collaboration with local community agencies, completed a photo project, featuring the pictures and stories of 8 different refugee families living in Regina!   Regina is full of amazing people with many different backgrounds, histories and stories.  We hope this project will give...


Free Flu Clinics in Regina - organized by Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Free Flu Clinics in Regina - organized by Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News / Youth / Children / Families

Each year the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region organizes free Influenza - 'Flu' Clinics in various locations around the city, on different days.  The Health Region recommends flu shots especially for: Seniors Those in contact with: pregnant women children under 6 months...