Regina Public Schools is hosting the Community Agencies and Schools Supporting Youth (CASSY) Conference. This conference provides a rare and valuable opportunity for educators and agencies to learn more about what is available to fully support all youth in Regina. Friday, October 10, 2014 Campbell Collegiate 102 Massey Road Regina, SK www.cassyconference.blogspot.ca
Can work be safe when home isn’t? On December 6, the Canadian Labour Congress and the University of Western Ontario launched the first-ever national survey on the impact of domestic violence on workers and workplaces. All workers in Canada over the age of 15 are invited to fill out a 10 –30 minute online survey […]
The art exhibit is an ongoing collection of drawings of hands from people who have participated in discussions specifically surrounding this exhibit, about violence against Aboriginal women in Canada. The drawings are of hands because they are extremely difficult subjects to draw, consequently challenging those who participate. Hands are also a symbol for individuality which […]
Women should be safe to walk alone on the streets of Regina. A vigil is being held to “take back the night” and give strength and courage to women who are afraid to walk alone. Candlelight gathering Wednesday June 4 at 10 pm City Hall Courtyard – McIntyre and Victoria Please bring a candle, if […]
May 26, 2014, by Kim Smith, Global Regina REGINA – Each year, hundreds of women and their children in Saskatchewan rely on shelters to flee domestic violence. Thirty years ago this month, the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services (PATHS) was formed to help train people working in shelters. “We knew very little about […]
BY IRENE SEIBERLING, LEADER-POST MAY 24, 2014 Coralee Peterson, left, and Maria Hendrika of Regina Transition House stand in front of a Nissan van at Dilawri Nissan in Regina, SK, on Thursday, May 15, 2014. Regina Transition House is hoping to purchase a 9-passenger van this summer. (Photograph by: TROY FLEECE, Regina Leader-Post) REGINA — It seems […]
Our video, completed for PATHS 30th Anniversary, is online here and is also on our Resources page. PATHS acknowledges the financial support of Status of Women Canada. The video was produced by Bamboo Shoots Inc.