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Free Cultural Awareness Training - Wednesday, Sept. 23rd

Free Cultural Awareness Training - Wednesday, Sept. 23rd

Regina Open Door Society is pleased to offer a free Public Cultural Awareness Training opportunity on Wednesday, September 23rd from 1:00-2:30 p.m. via Zoom This session is designed to increase community members awareness of newcomers contributions and info on how to support their settlement...


Upcoming Industry & Informational Webinars For Internationally Trained Newcomers

Upcoming Industry & Informational Webinars For Internationally Trained Newcomers

Posted in Community Programs

Career Loans is a program that helps internationally trained professionals in Alberta and Saskatchewan, achieve their career goals in Canada.  Career Loans is a virtual program, designed to help newcomers who encounter barriers in having their credentials recognized, or face challenges in...


International Welcoming Week - Sept. 12-20, 2020

International Welcoming Week - Sept. 12-20, 2020

This year, Canada became a member of Welcoming International, a coalition to advance inclusion in communities worldwide.  Welcoming Week is an annual Welcoming International celebration bringing together people in local communities to build a sense of belonging for new and long-time residents....


Series of Virtual Workshops in French - on the Basics of Refugee Sponsorship

Series of Virtual Workshops in French - on the Basics of Refugee Sponsorship

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The details of each webinar can be found below. Please share this information with any Francophone-speaking clients or networks, who may be interested in learning more about sponsoring refugees (including family members who are refugees) to Canada. Les ateliers suivront...


The City of Regina Invites Residents to Join their Boards and Committees

The City of Regina Invites Residents to Join their Boards and Committees

Are you interested in providing direction and guidance to Regina's City Council? City Council has a number of committees, boards and commissions that require resident appointments.  The City of Regina is looking for applicants who are passionate about their community and want to share...


Regina's Rescheduled Pride Festival - Events this weekend!

Regina's Rescheduled Pride Festival - Events this weekend!

Posted in Community Programs

Regina's Pride Festival is called Queen City Pride and it is intended to celebrate the LGBTQ community.  As 70 countries worldwide continue to view same-sex relations as a crime (and in seven of those countries it is punishable by death) it is important that we recognize that many newcomers...


Interested in Offering Money Management Training at Your Organization?

Interested in Offering Money Management Training at Your Organization?

Posted in Community Programs

There will be an opportunity to attend Financial Literacy Facilitator Training in Regina on Sept. 24-25th. Momentum’s Financial Literacy Training builds the capacity of community agencies to integrate foundational financial literacy into their programming and help their participants improve...


Homework Help Program for Youth - Register Now!

Homework Help Program for Youth - Register Now!

Posted in Community Programs

Homework Help is a free, after-school online program for newcomers ages 12 - 24.  The program is intended to improve academic performance, English communication skills and build social networks through one-on-one tutorials and mentorship from skilled and konwledgable volunteers.  For...


Free Citizenship Classes - Register Now!

Free Citizenship Classes - Register Now!

Posted in Community Programs

Citizenship 101 is a program that aims to increase knowledge and awareness of Canadian citizenship, for newcomers to Canada When: Saturdays  Time: 10:00am Start Date: September 5th To Register: https://rods.sk.ca/citizenship-101-class  Participants will learn about: • The rights...


New Study Examines Canadian Views on Immigration Levels and Immigration Categories, in the COVID Era

New Study Examines Canadian Views on Immigration Levels and Immigration Categories, in the COVID Era

Posted in Immigration News

The Association for Canadian Studies recently commissioned a study of 1531 Canadians, who are 18 years of age or older and were randomly selected.  The results from the study highlight some interesting themes, including the following:  While Canadians currently support limiting the numbers...