Information Session on Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) Program

Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) in partnership with the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS) is pleased to offer a series of information sessions on the Private Sponsorship of Refugees (PSR) program. Individuals and groups can join one of the Zoom presentations and learn how to sponsor refugees. If your family members are outside of their […]

Reconciliation through Healing Forests

National Healing Forests. Imagine woodlands setting(s) for health, wellness, understanding, and respect across cultures. Tuesday, Sep. 7, 2021 (07:00 PM) - Wednesday, Sep. 22, 2021 (06:00 PM) A forest can help people heal and connect them with nature. With this in mind, Peter Croal (retired CIDA Environment Specialist) and Patricia Stirbys (legal and Indigenous Relations […]

Multicultural Connections: Diversity in the Workplace

Saskatchewan is seeing increasingly diverse population growth largely due to labour market demands. In this session, facilitator Kristin Enns-Kavanagh will provide strategies on how to build an inclusive workplace for all. Participants will gain an understanding of cultural diversity in the workplace and explore concepts such as four layers of diversity, intersectionality and unconscious bias. […]

Culture Days Yorkton

Culture Days Yorkton is a celebration of art and culture in our community. An exciting selection of art and culture events and activities will take place indoors, outdoors, and online for 4 weeks starting September 24th through October 24th.

Canadian Origin Stories

How did you come to live in Canada? "A Rightful Place" was created by the Common Weal arts organization as an effort to stimulate connection with and acceptance of newcomers amongst local communities. While tensions between locals and immigrants may arise for a variety of reasons, too often it is simply a lack of understanding […]

Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project

The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Course, funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), offers evidence-based information, tools and resources for service providers to provide mental health care and support to both immigrants and refugees arriving in Canada. The online course offers an overview on the social determinants of health and its impact on mental […]

Community Conversation on Truth & Reconciliation with Eugene Arcand

Learn More About Truth & Reconciliation Join Residential School Survivor and Advisor to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Indian Residential School Survivor Committee Eugene Arcand as he shares his story and encourages all to discover their own personal calls to action on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. You can attend the […]

Orange Shirt Day “Every Child Matters” Virtual Honouring

Orange Shirt Day is observed each year on Sept. 30. Orange shirts were chosen as a sign of support based on the story of Phyllis Webstad, who was sent to the St. Joseph Mission Residential School outside of Williams Lake, BC in 1973 at the age of six. For her first day at school Phyllis […]


Royal Saskatchewan Museum Regina

Join us for an evening of remembrance and reconciliation. 6:00 p.m. Doors open with catering by The Sioux Chef Catering. Enjoy a menu of elk, salmon, bannock and other assorted delicacies. 6:45 p.m. Knowledge Keeper Tim Poitras from Muscowpetung First Nation and Gwendy and Gaylene Anaquod will speak about their experiences leading into the film […]


Life Speaker and Residential School Survivor, Tim Poitras from Muscowpetung First Nation speaks with students about his residential school experience. Musician and youth mentor Brad Bellegarde, aka InfoRed, shares his song “I Remember”, honouring his parents as residential school survivors. The live stream is intended for classes Grade 6 and up and the general public. […]

India Night

  Connections Regina is very excited to bring back - India Night gala on Saturday October 2, 2021 @ Delta Hotel Regina, as Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted. Covid -19 has deeply impacted the  North Central Family Centre this past year, however they continue to offer the vital prosocial programs to our after school children. […]

Heritage Saskatchewan’s High School Heritage Challenge

  Heritage Saskatchewan is excited to be launching an all-new program, the High School Heritage Challenge! Grades 9-12 students throughout Saskatchewan are encouraged to pick a topic to research and present in a digital format. Find more information at the Heritage Saskatchewan website! #HSHC2021