Welcome to the ICAS Newcomer Help Desk. On this page, you will find important information, resources and places where a newcomer may go to get different types of support to help their successful integration and settlement in Regina. Please call and/or visit the following organizations to find out about various supports they can offer you:

The RODS Newcomer Welcome Centre is a one-stop / first-stop, collaborative service centre to welcome newcomers (immigrants and refugees) to Regina. The centre helps guide and support newcomers to an easy integration to the community, by accessing information, available resources and services, easily and quickly, FREE of charge. Newcomers to Regina, include immigrants and refugees who came to Regina from outside Canada or from another Canadian province. They can be permanent or temporary residents or new Canadian citizens.

The Regina Food Bank is a charitable community based organization working to eliminate hunger and food insecurity through nutritious food distribution, education and support programs in partnership and cooperation with the community. Feeding a community is much more than the provision of food. We continue to innovate and provide services and supports that address the complex long term issues that create hunger and food insecurity. The Regina Food Bank is located at:

The Ministry of Social Services invests in positive outcomes for people in areas of income support, child and family services, supports for persons with disabilities and affordable housing. They work with citizens as they build better lives for themselves through economic independence, strong families, and strong community organizations. For further information or to apply, please contact:

Regina Housing Authority is an agency that manages publicly funded social housing programs in Regina on behalf of the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation. The Social Housing Program is intended to serve households with low incomes; priority is given to seniors (60+), families with dependants, and individuals with disabilities. The housing program is based on priority of needs and the availability of housing units. To see if you qualify for Regina Housing please visit their website for information on program eligibility.

Come to IGBO DAY on August 5, 2023

The Igbo Cultural Association of Saskatchewan (ICAS) respectfully request the honour of your presence at our upcoming Igbo Day of Art and Culture scheduled for August 5, 2023. The Igbo-Nigerian community of Saskatchewan shall be honoured to have you during the Igbo Day family-oriented banquet, at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 5, 2023, at Regina Performing Arts Centre, 1077 Angus Street, Regina

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ICAS was established in 2001 with the aim of uniting all members in the province that share our common beliefs and also to promote Igbo culture in our society. ICAS has made large strides since it’s inception and this resulted in the launching of our very own Masquerade dance group in 2002.

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