Entries by Carter

Career Focus Youth Employment Project for Young Immigrants

The Regina Immigrant Women Centre is offering a new session for Career Focus. This is a wage subsidy work placement program funded by the Service Canada. The Career Focus program aims at facilitating the transition of highly skilled young immigrants to a rapidly evolving labour market. This 12 week program provides 35 hours per week of career-related […]

Rising Youth Community Service Grants

Rising Youth Community Service Grants empowers young people, ages 15-30 to imagine ideas that can support their local community and helps put those ideas into action through grants of $250, $750, or $1500. A dedicated team of Youth Engagement Activators are available nationwide to answer questions related to the application process and provide ongoing project […]

KAIROS Blanket Exercise

The KAIROS Blanket Exercise program is a unique, participatory history lesson – developed in collaboration with Indigenous Elders, knowledge keepers and educators – that fosters truth, understanding, respect, and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.

Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society Addresses Reconciliation

The Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society (SHFS) issued a news release today that points out the resistance by many to accept the true impact of the settler society, particularly its impact on Indigenous peoples. The release notes the important role historians and folklorists play in reconciliation efforts, through ensuring that the history of Canada, and in […]

Welcome to Regina – Immigration Portal

Regina officially launched the Welcome to Regina website, which was designed specifically for immigrants, to provide them with the information they need to succeed in Regina. The website was developed in partnership with stakeholders based on consultations with immigrants, immigrant-serving organizations and partners. The website focuses on ease of navigation and provides first-point-of-contact that allows […]

Get involved with INVOLVE!

Are you, or do you know, a newcomer who wants to develop community leadership skills? Integrating Newcomers With Volunteer Opportunities to add Leadership Value through Education (INVOLVE) is offering workshops in Regina during March to help newcomers develop skills needed for community leadership. Visit the Regina Open Door Society to learn more.