RRLIP is Inviting Newcomers to Participate in a Survey - (Anyone Born Outside of Canada, Over 18 and Now Living in Regina!) Please Share Your Thoughts and Opinions!

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RRLIP is Inviting Newcomers to Participate in a Survey - (Anyone Born Outside of Canada, Over 18  and Now Living in Regina!)  Please Share Your Thoughts and Opinions!

Regina Region Local Immigration Partnership (RRLIP) works to support and strengthen Regina's capacity to welcome, settle, and integrate newcomers.

RRLIP has created this Newcomer Survey to learn about the needs and challenges that newcomers face in this community, which will help us focus our work in Regina in the coming years.

Also, local service providers and other support services may use this information to:

·        better understand the challenges newcomers face

·        improve program and service delivery

·        improve outreach strategies to newcomers, etc. 

We invite you to complete this survey if you were born outside of Canada and are now 18 years old or older and living in Regina, so your voice can be heard. 

Here is the link to the survey in English (translations in French and Arabic will be available soon):

 https://questionnaire.simplesurvey.com/f/s.aspx?s=bdf4d1b4-0b17-49e9-93e3-55fa6de30f4b

The survey may take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete; however, you will be able to pause, save, and continue later.

You will not be identified in the survey, and it is confidential.

The survey results will be available on the RRLIP website (www.rrlip.ca) after October 2022.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Contact Janell at [email protected] or by phone at 306-529-6505.


Thank you for taking the time to help Regina become a more welcoming and inclusive place for newcomers to live!

Please share this survey widely, with any people born outside of Canada and living in Regina that you know!

It is very helpful to also hear from people who have lived here a long time, who came originally as newcomers - to see what challenges people are facing at all stages of the settlement journey, not just those who have arrived recently.  


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