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New Restrictions for Saskatchewan Residents - to limit spread of the corona virus

New Restrictions for Saskatchewan Residents - to limit spread of the corona virus

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

New public health rules have been announced for the provice of Saskatchewan. These tighter restrictions are in place because the number of COVID-19 cases in the province has been increasing quickly. Details About The New Restrictions (as of Nov. 20th, 2020) are listed below: The number...


Immigrant Youth Wellness Summit - November 21

Immigrant Youth Wellness Summit - November 21

Posted in Community Programs / Youth

Are you a youth who wants to learn more about mental health? Do you want to learn how to take action against the stigma surrounding mental health? Then you will love United Voices! Learn the skills and gain the confidence to become an advocate for mental health and spark change...


Important Information Sessions for Newcomers Looking for Work

Important Information Sessions for Newcomers Looking for Work

Posted in Community Programs

Are You an Internationally Trained Professional Looking for Work?  Do You Need Financial Assistance to Transfer Your Education to Canadian Standards?  Are You Interested in a Job in the IT Industry or with the Government of Saskatchewan?  These upcoming webinars that may be of interest...


Regina Public Library Invites you to Participate in a Community Building Event - Nov. 17th

Regina Public Library Invites you to Participate in a Community Building Event - Nov. 17th

Posted in Community Programs

The Regina Public Library is working with Chris Kutarna to host a community building conversation.  Chris Kutarna was born and raised in Regina, and is a published author, two-time Governor General’s Medalist, a Commonwealth Scholar and Fellow of the Oxford Martin School.  Chris...


Canada's Remembrance Day is November 11th

Canada's Remembrance Day is November 11th

November 11th is the day that Canadians devote to remembering the sarcifices of those who fought and continue to fight, for the rights and freedoms that we continue to enjoy in this great country!  November 11th was the day an agreement was signed that ended the First World War. Every year on...


Are You a Non-Profit Interested in Applying for Funding Programs

Are You a Non-Profit Interested in Applying for Funding Programs

The City of Regina and University of Regina have partnered to provide a series of workshops and panel discussions to support the non-profit sector in delivering supports and services to community members.  The third session in this series will be a Community Based Program Evaluation...


Government of Canada Plans to Support Economic Recovery Through Immigration

Government of Canada Plans to Support Economic Recovery Through Immigration

Posted in Immigration News

The recently adjusted 2021‒2023 Immigration Levels Plan highlights responsible increases to immigration targets, to help the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19, drive future growth and create jobs for middle class Canadians. The pandemic has highlighted the contribution of immigrants to...


Video Highlighting the Importance of Librarians in Newcomers' Lives

Video Highlighting the Importance of Librarians in Newcomers' Lives

The following is a great video that highlights the important role that Library staff play in newcomers' lives and also the contributions that immigrants make to their new communities!  This would be a a great video to use in educating children, as well as adults. It also focuses on...


National Francophone Immigration Week - Nov. 1-7, 2020

National Francophone Immigration Week - Nov. 1-7, 2020

National Francophone Immigration Week is an initiative to raise awareness and promote Francophone immigration and diversity in Francophone minority communities.  This year's theme is "My Francophone Colour". Activities designed to celebrate and educate about Francophone Immigration have...


Personal Care Worker Employment Preparation Program - Info Sessions Nov. 9th and 10th

Personal Care Worker Employment Preparation Program - Info Sessions Nov. 9th and 10th

Are you Interested in Working in a Personal Care Home?  The English for Employment: Personal Care Worker Program is a four and a half week online workshop that will provide the skills and English language requirements you need for this profession. You will also learn about the Saskatchewan...