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Listing and Types of Newcomer Services in Regina

Listing and Types of Newcomer Services in Regina

Posted in RRLIP Project News / Youth / Children / Families

Are you confused about where to send newcomers for help getting a job, learning one of Canada's official languages or basic assitance with their settlement in Canada?  Or are you a newcomer yourself and unsure where to go for help? The Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership, in...


Workshop for White Allies - Apr. 6th & 7th

Workshop for White Allies - Apr. 6th & 7th

Posted in Community Programs

If you seek to promote racial equity within your organization, this workshop will equip you with tools to be an active ally for racial justice.  This workshop will be an intensive, fast-paced webinar series designed to explore how white folks use individual and collective areas of privilege...


Financial Literacy Sessions for Women

Financial Literacy Sessions for Women

Posted in Community Programs

Amakon Women Empowerment Inc. and Conexus Credit Union are partnering to provide free information sessions that educate about financial topics in Canada.  Seminars will be presented by Julie Beleshinsski, a 10 year veteran with Conexus Credit Union in Financial Literacy and Education. ...


Contest for High School and Post-Secondary Students - Apr. 4th Deadline

Contest for High School and Post-Secondary Students - Apr. 4th Deadline

Posted in Community Programs / Youth

Canadians depend on information from the census to make important decisions that affect their families, their neighbourhoods and their businesses.  In particular, census data highlights Canada’s changing mosaic—giving us facts about where we came from, where we are and where we are heading....


Accurate Information about COVID-19 and Vaccination Process - for Saskatchewan

Accurate Information about COVID-19 and Vaccination Process - for Saskatchewan

There has been a lot of false information spreading about the effectiveness and safety of COVID-19 vaccines. It’s very important to get your information from reliable sources. Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada are reliable Federal sources. So is the Saskatchewan...


Vaccine Clinic this Saturday (March 20th) - no appointment necessary!

Vaccine Clinic this Saturday (March 20th) - no appointment necessary!

Now, residents ages 60 to 64 can receive the COVID vaccine without booking an appointment.  All you will need is your health card or your health card number.  Open clinics will be held from 9:00am - 3:30pm on Saturday, March 20th  Locations: mâmawêyatitân centre 3355 6th Ave....


Cultural Forum - Tuesday, March 23rd - Register now!

Cultural Forum - Tuesday, March 23rd - Register now!

Posted in Community Programs

Regina residents are invited to attend an upcoming online Community Forum this Tuesday, March 23rd.  The theme is Healing Our Community: Connecting Racism, Trauma and Mental Health. This is one of a number of community events being planned to bridge cultural understanding and to deal with...


Opportunity to Share How Safe You Feel in Regina and Changes You Would Like to See to Improve Safety and Well-Being

Opportunity to Share How Safe You Feel in Regina and Changes You Would Like to See to Improve Safety and Well-Being

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

The City of Regina is asking residents to help develop Regina’s first-ever Community Safety & Well-being (CSWB) Plan. “Cities across Canada are increasing their focus on community safety and well-being by recognizing that it cannot rest solely on the shoulders of the police,” says Mayor...


Funding Available for Vaccine Confidence Initiatives in Canada

Funding Available for Vaccine Confidence Initiatives in Canada

The Vaccine Community Innovation Challenge (VCIC) - offered by the Public Health Agency of Canada - encourages individuals and/or groups to help promote vaccine confidence in their communities. Twenty finalists will each receive $25,000 to create and implement a creative and...


Youth Program: Building Bridges Between Indigenous, Mainstream and Newcomer Youth

Youth Program: Building Bridges Between Indigenous, Mainstream and Newcomer Youth

Posted in Community Programs / Youth

Youth BRIDGES is a free program for youth ages 13 - 24. The aim of this program is to build bridges between Newcomer, Mainstream and Indigenous youth The session will be delivered on Friday March 19, 7:00PM – 8:00PM via ZOOM. The theme is Dismantling Racism Through Knowledge and Art and...