Community Resources

Community Resources contain pertinent information related to immigration and settlement with a local and provincial perspective. The information could be of value to those working or volunteering with newcomers, developing programs and resources or conducting research. This is not an exhaustive list of all available resources. The RRLIP welcomes and encourages community submission suggestions.  Please contact the office at      

Newcomer Welcome Videos 2022:

Settlement Sector Video - developed in collaboration with local settlement sector agencies 
English transcript of the Settlement Sector Video

Multisector Welcome Video - welcome messages from a broad array of Regina organizations
English Transcript of the Multisector Welcome Video


Emergency Resources:

  • Fire Safety - developed by the Regina Fire Department and local immigrant-serving agencies Videos (English and French) with transcripts, various handouts
  • Saskatchewan Safety Council’s Community Resources Page - have a wide variety of safety resources that cover many different topic areas applicable to newcomers.
  • Asbestos and Natural Disasters Guide - Natural disasters such as wildfires, hurricanes, floods and tornadoes can damage asbestos-containing materials and lead to asbestos exposure among first responders, cleanup crews and nearby residents. Learn how to prevent asbestos exposure when preparing for and cleaning up after a natural disaster.
  • Asbestos and Mesothelioma in Canada - Asbestos is a toxic fibrous mineral found in Canadian consumer and construction products. These include insulation, tiles, brake pads and cement. Canada banned asbestos in 2018. Yet, Canadians still risk mesothelioma cancer from exposure to any remaining asbestos fibers.
  • Sask Public Safety Agency - Live Emergency Updates - Emergencies can occur at any time. Stay up to date with information from the Sask Public Safety Agency about emergencies such as wild fires, severe weather, etc.
  • Download the SaskAlert App to receive emergency alerts from your area.
  • Prepare for an Emergency - Individual and/or family emergency preparedness is so important because emergencies can occur at any time. Included on the 'Prepare for an Emergency' page is a make a plan template.


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