Community Programs

Do You want to Sponsor Afghan Refugees (and others)?  Information Session about Sponsoring, Myth-Busting and Government Updates.

Do You want to Sponsor Afghan Refugees (and others)? Information Session about Sponsoring, Myth-Busting and Government Updates.

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Many people are wondering about how to sponsor refugees from Afghanistan.  The RSTP (Refugee Sponsorship Training Program) and RODS (Regina Open Door Society) regularly collaborate to hold information sessions about the Private Sponsorship of Refugees. At the moment, these sessions are held...


Newcomer Elementary School Students and Families - Orientation Workshop!

Newcomer Elementary School Students and Families - Orientation Workshop!

Posted in Community Programs / Children / Families

Are you a newcomer Elementary School student, or a newcomer family with a student new to Elementary School in Regina and area?  Do you have questions? SSWIS (Settlement Support Workers in Schools) is here to assist you with OWN (Orientation Workshop for Newcomers)! This Zoom workshop is to...


Anti-Racism Training!

Anti-Racism Training!

Posted in Community Programs

What is Racism?  How can we be Anti-Racist?With the increased incidents of Racism in Canada and around the world, it is helpful to understand what racism is, and how to deal with it.   Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan facilitates workshops to help people gain understanding and...


Employer Resource Newsletter - info for employers on developing and supporting a diverse and newcomer-friendly workplace

Employer Resource Newsletter - info for employers on developing and supporting a diverse and newcomer-friendly workplace

Posted in Community Programs / Project Newsletters

One of the RRLIP's local priorities is supporting the employment of newcomers. Regina’s employer community is vital to the labour and economic integration of newcomers in Regina.  A key objective is to support employers in strengthening their workforce diversity strategies. We understand the...


Resources for Wellbeing - especially for assistance with Anxiety or Depression

Resources for Wellbeing - especially for assistance with Anxiety or Depression

Posted in Community Programs

Free Resources for Wellbeing  The Online Therapy Unit (OTU), located at the University of Regina, has been involved in research, education, and service delivery for people experiencing anxiety and depression since 2010. It offers several Internet-delivered cognitive behavior therapy (ICBT)...


New Information about COVID-19, Flu shots, and How to get your Vaccine Record

New Information about COVID-19, Flu shots, and How to get your Vaccine Record

Posted in Community Programs

Updated Information about COVID-19 from the Saskatchewan Health Authority. There are numerous changes that will affect many in the community.     SHA discontinues asymptomatic PCR COVID tests: The demand for COVID-19 testing has risen, because of increased cases of the virus across...


First Canadian 'National Day for Truth and Reconciliation' - Sept 30, 2021

First Canadian 'National Day for Truth and Reconciliation' - Sept 30, 2021

Posted in Community Programs

The Government of Canada has officially designated September 30th as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was created to give an opportunity for everyone living in Canada to learn about, acknowledge and reflect on the harmful legacy...


Election 2021 - Why Vote? And How to Vote Information.

Election 2021 - Why Vote? And How to Vote Information.

Posted in Community Programs

Why Vote in Canada?   Canada is a democratic country, which gives the right and privilege to Canadians to choose their government.  Your vote is making your choice.   The many different political parties in Canada have varying ideas about: childcare, immigration, employment, minimum...


Free Programs for Increasing English - Speaking Skills and Learning about Volunteering in Canada

Free Programs for Increasing English - Speaking Skills and Learning about Volunteering in Canada

Posted in Community Programs

These programs are intended to support newcomers to build and improve their English language skills as well as their leadership and public speaking skills. They are facilitated by Regina Open Door Society and their community partners.  The INVOLVE program is designed for newcomers with CLB 5...


Francophone Pathways in Saskatchewan | Le parcours francophone en Saskatchewan - Francophone Networking Event!

Francophone Pathways in Saskatchewan | Le parcours francophone en Saskatchewan - Francophone Networking Event!

Posted in Community Programs

The annual francophone networking event, Francophone Pathways in Saskatchewan | Le parcours francophone en Saskatchewan is coming soon! This event fosters strong connections between non-French speaking Service Provider Organizations (SPO’s) and Francophone communities, to enhance pathways...