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211 Saskatchewan


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  211 Saskatchewan [www.sk.211.ca] is a free, confidential, and searchable online directory of services in Saskatchewan. The service is funded by the United Ways of Regina and Saskatoon and provides listings for over 5000 social, community, non-clinical health, and...
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8-1-1 Healthline Saskatchewan


811 1-877-800-0002 View Website

Call HealthLine at 811: Professional health advice Available 24 hours Confidential Free of charge Translation in over 100 languages   What is HealthLine 811?   A confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line,  staffed by...
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Al Ritchie Family Wellness Project


306) 525-4989 View Website
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The al Ritchie Family Wellness Project is a drop-in community centre with a special emphasis on children's and family programs.  The programs also work in conjunction with the Library and the gym. Many family-friendly free programs.  PHONE for information. Geared for...
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CCF (Conseil Culturel Fransaskois)


1-306-565-8916 View Website

CCF is the official Fransaskois representative in cultural matters and maintains links with its local, regional and provincial members, as well as other cultural and multicultural organizations.CCF aims to develop programs, policies, and activities that allow the...
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City of Regina


306-777-7000 View Website

City of Regina website – links to many services and information about living in Regina.  

Community Initiatives Fund Grants


306.780.9308 View Website
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You are strongly encouraged to review the Program Guidelines before applying. Funding priorities, criteria and eligibility of expenses do change from time to time. COMMUNITY GRANT...
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Early Years Family Centres - Regina Children's Initiative


306-535-5993 View Website
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Regina's three Early Years Family Centres provide programs and services to all parents and caregivers of children newborn to age six in Regina. The first two Early Years Centres opened in March, 2013, followed by a third location that opened in September, 2014. We are equipped with: A...
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Family Health Benefits (Saskatchewan)

306-787-4723 (Regina) 1-888-488-6385 (toll free)

A range of health benefits are available for low-income working families who meet the standards of an income test or are receiving the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement or the Saskatchewan Rental Housing Supplement.Ministry of Social Services determines the...
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Habitat for Humanity - Regina


(306) 347 – 4657 View Website
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Apply For HomeownershipHabitat for Humanity homes are sold to families who need a hand up, not a hand out. Habitat homes are designed to be safe, decent and affordable. Each home is purchased by a partner family, but the family does not make a down payment and each mortgage is...
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Institute for Canadian Citizenship - Free Passes to Canadian Attractions!


1-888-359-6998 (from 10am to 4pm EST Monday to Friday) View Website
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The Cultural Access Pass is a welcome gift for Canada's newest citizens.  During their first year of citizenship, each new Canadian citizen is able to apply for the Cultural Access Pass . It provides free admission to more than 1000 of Canada's cultural treasures...
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Immigrant AdvisoryTable (RRLIP)

306-791-6846 306-791-6841 View Website
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The Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership is a community agency guided by a local Partnership Council  Not a direct service agency, the RRLIP's role is to support those who are directly serving newcomers, and assist the community in collaborative efforts to more...
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Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS)


306 - 721 - 6267 View Website
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Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) is committed to promoting, fostering, improving and developing multiculturalism in the cultural, economic, social, and political life of Saskatchewan, while working to...
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Newcomer Welcome Centre (NWC)


306-352-5775 View Website
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First stop in Regina - for information about English Language assessment and classes, education, employment, community services and government programs. FREE services are available for ALL immigrants and refugees. The helpful,...
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PLEA - Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan


306.653.1868 View Website

The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-government organization that exists to educate and inform the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system. PLEA offers programs and services to the general public as well as to school...
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REACH (Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger)


(306) 347-3224 (306) 347-2390 View Website
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REACH serves as an umbrella association for a wide range of healthy food programs. Programs are delivered through over 150 organizations and schools to ensure that all people in the community have access to safe, affordable, and nutritious food. PROGRAMS Good Food Box Convenience...
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Regina Newcomers Club


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The Regina Newcomers Club (RNC) is a non-profit organization to welcome women that have recently moved to the city. RNC was established in 1964 and has been connecting women ever since. RNC is a social club designed for women who have lived in Regina for three years or less. It is a diverse...
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Regina Public Library (RPL) - Central Branch


306-777-6000 View Website

Regina Public Library has many free resources for newcomers of all ages. Literacy, ESL tutors and more. To get a free library card, bring 2 pieces of identification (showing name and address) to any library.  There are libraries in many different neighbourhoods....
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Réseaux en immigration francophone (RIF Sask) (Francophone Immigration Network of Saskatchewan)


566-6000 ext.116 View Website
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What is RIF-SK?The Saskatchewan Francophone Immigration Network (RIF-SK) is a round table whose role is: ensure consultation and promote partnerships with stakeholders from different sectors (community, private, parapublic, governments and municipalities); to...
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