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Saskatchewan Public Health Measures - updated December 19th

Saskatchewan Public Health Measures - updated December 19th

The current public health measures in Saskatchewan have been difficult for some people to understand.   Here is a summary of some of the current rules for Saskatchewan residents: You must continue to wear a mask in all indoor public spaces,  Gatherings inside a private home...


Happy Holidays from the RRLIP

Happy Holidays from the RRLIP

We would like to take this time to wish you a safe and happy holiday season and all the best in the New Year!  From the RRLIP Staff,  Carol, Laura and...


Mental Health During the Holidays

Mental Health During the Holidays

Posted in Community Programs

Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, the holiday season can be an isolating time for people, as many businesses and programs are closed for a period of time.  And this year has been even more isolating, due to restrictions in place to stop the spread of COVID 19.  It is important to be...


Invitation to Join Cultural Bridging Strategy Working Group - Deadline Dec. 21st

Invitation to Join Cultural Bridging Strategy Working Group - Deadline Dec. 21st

Posted in RRLIP Project News

If you are an individual (or staff member at an organization), that is interested in contributing to the planning and delivery of a Cultural Bridging Strategy for Regina, we would love for you to join our working group!    Recent discussions between the RRLIP, City of Regina, Regina Public...


Emotional Wellness Support During the Pandemic

Emotional Wellness Support During the Pandemic

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

If you are experiencing stress, fear, lonliness and other negative emotions right now, you are not alone!  It is completely normal to feel this way as a result of the uncertainty and isolation we have been faced with during this global pandemic.  It is important to reach out for help and...


Important Information About COVID - in Many Languages!

Important Information About COVID - in Many Languages!

The Public Health Agency of Canada has provided fact sheets in many different languages, to help lower community spread of COVID-19.  There are 52 different fact sheets or videos, many of which are available in a variety of languages.  Topics covered include:   About coronavirus...


Looking for South Asian Women - to complete a survey

Looking for South Asian Women - to complete a survey

Posted in Community Programs

Are you are a South Asian woman living in Canada, and at least 16 years of age?  If you answered yes to the above question, you are invited to participate in this online survey! The survey focuses on your perceptions of your skin tone, body image, cultural identity, as well as your...


ICNA Sisters is Coordinating a Webinar Addressing Violence Against Women - Sunday, Dec. 6th

ICNA Sisters is Coordinating a Webinar Addressing Violence Against Women - Sunday, Dec. 6th

Posted in Community Programs

The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Sisters Canada will be providing a webinar to create awareness about, and learn how to end domestic violence.  This session will involve a discussion panel and will be presented live on YouTube.  Date: Sunday, Dec. 6th, 2020.Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm...


Opportunity for Newcomer Youth to Brighten the Holiday Season for Seniors

Opportunity for Newcomer Youth to Brighten the Holiday Season for Seniors

Posted in Community Programs / Youth

Newcomer youth ages 13-18 are invited to participate in this meaningful community project!   Due to COVID-19, many elderly people will not be able to celebrate the Canadian holiday season with their family and friends. The holiday season is an important time for many Canadians, and this...


Opportunity to Share Experiences of Culturally Diverse Seniors and Their Caregivers

Opportunity to Share Experiences of Culturally Diverse Seniors and Their Caregivers

Posted in Community Programs

The Alzheimer Society of Canada is trying to better understand the experiences of culturally diverse seniors and their caregivers.  There is a lack of research that looks at the experiences of culturally diverse seniors and their caregivers, when they visit their family doctors...