Youth

How to Stay Safe During These Holidays

How to Stay Safe During These Holidays

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

One of the biggest causes of COVID spread is transfer between friends and family.   If you get together with other households, the people you care about could catch this terrible disease. Even though many people have received their vaccine, there has been a large rise in cases in Regina and...


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...


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....


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...


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...


Online Community Fair for Newcomers - Starting March 8th

Online Community Fair for Newcomers - Starting March 8th

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Regina Open Door Society's Community Fair for Newcomers is a wonderful opportunity to make connections, gain knowledge and learn about what exists in the community of Regina. The 2021 Fair will look a little different than previous years, as it will involve online presentations from local...


February is Aboriginal Storytelling Month in Saskatchewan!

February is Aboriginal Storytelling Month in Saskatchewan!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

The Regina Public Library is hosting some fantastic virtual programs for Aboriginal Storytelling Month, 2021. You can sign up for these events using the below links:   Indigenous Storytelling Through BooksWednesday, Feb. 3rd, 2021 1pm...


Today is Bell Let's Talk Day!

Today is Bell Let's Talk Day!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Children / Families

Bell Let's Talk Day promotes awareness about mental health and encourages people not to be ashamed if they are living with mental health challenges.    With the challenges we’ve all faced over the last year, progress in mental health acceptance and education about where to go for help, is...


Reconciliation Forum - THIS Saturday - Jan. 23rd!

Reconciliation Forum - THIS Saturday - Jan. 23rd!

Posted in Community Programs / Youth / Families

This is a great opportunity to learn more about Indigenous culture and history!  Saturday, January 23, 2021 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m (CST) The 2nd Annual Virtual Reconciliation Forum is being organized by the Saskatchewan Intercultural Association (SIA). This Forum is a free community event...


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...