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New Video Campaign - to Increase Understanding Of and Appreciation For, Newcomers

New Video Campaign - to Increase Understanding Of and Appreciation For, Newcomers

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

See Me As I Am CampaignImmigration Partnership Saskatoon (IPSK) has developed the See Me As I Am Campaign in an effort to increase awareness of the benefits of newcomers and to build support for, and understanding of, newcomers as an integral part of an inclusive, diverse workforce and a...


CBC Wants to Hear from Newcomers, About Their Experience Dealing With COVID-19

CBC Wants to Hear from Newcomers, About Their Experience Dealing With COVID-19

The CBC would like to improve its coverage of all Saskatchewan residents who have been affected by COVID-19.  Realizing there are certain populations and life experiences they have not covered extensively, this local news network would like to connect with under-represented populations,...


IT Training Opportunity - Apply Now!

IT Training Opportunity - Apply Now!

ComIT is a registered charity that provides IT training suited to current job market needs  They have worked with many newcomers and graduates have a high rate of finding a job after graduation  Their next course will start in September, and application is open now! In response to...


Free Cultural Awareness Training - Wednesday, Aug. 26th

Free Cultural Awareness Training - Wednesday, Aug. 26th

Regina Open Door Society is pleased to offer a free Public Cultural Awareness Training opportunity on Wednesday, August 26th from 10-11:30 a.m. via Zoom The interactive session will include discussion, activities, and videos that cover immigration statistics/ definitions, the newcomer...


New Settlement Strategy and Action Plan for 2020-2022

New Settlement Strategy and Action Plan for 2020-2022

Posted in RRLIP Project News / Immigration News

The Region Region Local Immigration Partnership is pleased to present the Settlement Strategy and Action Plan for 2020-2022  This Action Plan was developed in collaboration with newcomers, RRLIP-convened tables, settlement agencies and service organizations and the broader community.  The...


Questionnaire on the Impacts of COVID-19 on Discrimination in Canada

Questionnaire on the Impacts of COVID-19 on Discrimination in Canada

Statistics Canada is asking Canadians to complete a survey that assesses how the pandemic is impacting people’s experiences of discrimination This questionnaire will ask if you have experienced discrimination based on race, sex, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion,...


Anti-Racism Resource Video

Anti-Racism Resource Video

In its efforts to awaken consciousness and mobilize action towards combating racism, the Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc (TAYFFI) interviewed some members of the Saskatoon community to share their personal stories on racism, their perspective on possible motivating factors of...


Upcoming Employment Training Events

Upcoming Employment Training Events

Local Service Providers are continuing to offer employment training sessions!  The Employment Events page on the RRLIP website contains an up-to-date listing of employment training opportunites in Regina.  Currently listed on the page are training sessions in the following areas:  Cover...


Webinar on Sponsorship of LGBTQ2 Refugees

Webinar on Sponsorship of LGBTQ2 Refugees

LGBTQ2 refugees are amongst the most vulnerable refugees in the world.   In 73 countries, LGBTQ2 persons are criminalized due to their sexual orientation and gender identity. And in more than half the world, the LGBTQ2 population is not protected from persecution.  Join the Refugee...


Free Webinar: COVID-19 and Parenting

Free Webinar: COVID-19 and Parenting

Councillors from the Canadian Centre for Victims of Toture will provide suggestions regarding how to effectively parent during the pandemic.  The webinar will occur on Wednesday, August 12th from 8am - 9:30am (Saskatchewan time).  To register for this free event, click here.  And to view...