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IWS/LARC Services in Regina

IWS/LARC Services in Regina

The International Women of Saskatoon (IWS) is responsible for the Language Assessment and Referral Centre (LARC) Regina, which is now the central intake hub for newcomers in Regina!  IWS/LARC Regina is now the place to go in Regina, for intake, needs & asset assessments, triage to case...


Newcomer Welcome Centre Services

Newcomer Welcome Centre Services

Posted in Community Programs

The Newcomer Welcome Centre (NWC) is a one-stop, collaborative service center that welcomes immigrants and refugees to Regina.  The NWC offers a neutral place providing information and referrals and is an important place to visit during your first two weeks in Canada!  The NWC provides access...


Free Furnace Maintenance for Homeowners - Apply Now!

Free Furnace Maintenance for Homeowners - Apply Now!

The SaskEnergy Tune-Up Assistance Program (TAP) is offering low-income homeowners a FREE Home Heating Tune-Up service and carbon monoxide alarm.  Applications are now being accepted from low-income homeowners (with a combined annual income of less than $68,000). *Note that renters and...


Webinar Explaining the Giving Habits and Attitudes of Newcomers and Second-Generation Canadians

Webinar Explaining the Giving Habits and Attitudes of Newcomers and Second-Generation Canadians

In the wake of COVID-19, charities, foundations and nonprofit organizations have been re-analyzing their existing and potential donor bases, and developing innovative engagement practices.   What many are missing, however, is that Canadian society is changing dramatically. Imagine...


Newly Developed Resource - How to Ride Regina Transit

Newly Developed Resource - How to Ride Regina Transit

In collaboration with Regina Transit, the RRLIP has developed this resource to explain the basics of riding Regina Transit.  We asked local service providers, what resources would help in their efforts to support newcomers in Regina. The most requested topic of assistance was something...


Anti-Racism Youth Leadership Workshop - Register by July 13th

Anti-Racism Youth Leadership Workshop - Register by July 13th

The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) is offering an opportunity for high school students to participate in an anti-racism leadership workshop: Finding a Place in the Shift to Anti-Racism. Participants will interact with others throughout the province as they work together to create...


Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan Update - Phase 4

Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan Update - Phase 4

Posted in Community Programs

Now that we are near the end of Phase 4 of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, a number of restrictions have been lifted.  The following updates are included in Part 2 of Phase 4 of the Re-Opening Plan: As of July 6th Indoor pools, indoor rinks, indoor sports and activities, and the performing...


Free Summer Camp for Newcomer Children - Register Now!

Free Summer Camp for Newcomer Children - Register Now!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Regina Immigrant Women Centre is offering a free summer camp for newcomer children aged 7-12.  Because of COVID restrictions, the camp will happen online, using the Zoom platform. You do not need to have a Zoom subscription to participate however. All you need is a computer, tablet or...


Webinar Wednesdays -Provided by RODS Employment Services

Webinar Wednesdays -Provided by RODS Employment Services

Posted in Community Programs

Webinar Wednesdays are offered every week, to empower newcomers by connecting them to employers and employment-related information.  The next two webinars will address Entrepreneurship and Marketing.  Entrepreneurship with Square One Wednesday, July 8th11:30 am - 12:30 pm Event...


Even with High Unemployment Rates, Canada Still Needs Immigrants

Even with High Unemployment Rates, Canada Still Needs Immigrants

Given the number of people who have lost their jobs and the downturn in the economy due to COVID-19, many people are questioning whether Canada should continue to invite people from other countries to move here. A recent article in the Financial Post explains Why Canada Still Needs...