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
- Fire Safety - developed by the Regina Fire Department and local immigrant-serving agencies Videos (English and French) with transcripts, various handouts
- Culture as An Iceberg Resource, with Facilitator Instructions - Translated into Arabic, Cree, Tagalog, Tagrinya, Urdu (Illustration) & Urdu (Facilitator Instructions), French, Mandarin, Swahili and English.
- Culture as An Iceberg Resource (Original) - English
- Regina and South Saskatchewan Vital Signs Report - 2018
- Vital Conversations Report - Focusing on Newcomers- March 2018
- SAISIA Settlement Services Map - developed by SAISIA (Saskatchewan Association of Immigrant Settlement and Integration Agencies) indicating agencies and services provided, includiing website contact information, a community resource to assist with newcomers settling in Regina. Note: The Map was developed in early 2017 and will be updated as frequently as possible. Since map completion, some changes have occurred to service providers and programs.
- The Economic Integration of Refugees in Canada: A Mixed Record? - April 2017
- United Way of Regina 2016 - 2017 Community Impact Report
- Design Regina: Official Community Plan - 2015 This document lays out goals and plans for the future of Regina. Much information is of value to newcomers, some specifics found on pages 35-36, 41, 49, 54, 56 and 57
- Mentoring Practices in Europe and North America: Strategies for Improving Immigrants' Employment Outcomes - January 2015