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Please find below our poster for the upcoming Winter 2017 workshops of the Toolkit Series presented in collaboration between RPIRG, the Community Research Unit, STOPS to Violence, and the U of R Centre for Continuing Education.
Apathy into Action 2017 registration opened yesterday! We’re already getting great response for the Saturday workshops. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of RPIRG’s annual social justice conference, Apathy into Action. The staff and board are … Continue reading
We’re hard at work with our Board planning Apathy Into Action 2017! We’re changing things up a little bit this year, and we’re excited to give the U of R and Regina communities some fresh material and new partnerships! Stay … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who attended last week’s Conversation with David Suzuki event here on the U of R campus & helping us celebrate our 10th Anniversary! It was a roaring success. We had to turn people away at the … Continue reading
RPIRG’s 10th Anniversary: A Conversation with David Suzuki Help RPIRG celebrate 10 years as a student centre at the University of Regina by welcoming scientist, broadcaster, and author Dr. David Suzuki! Where: Education Auditorium, U of R When: Sept 19, … Continue reading
Registration is NOW OPEN through August 18th for Generating Momentum 2016! Register HERE and RSVP on the Facebook event … Continue reading
Regina Public Interest Research Group (RPIRG) is holding a competition for the design of a new logo for the Green Patch Garden on-campus. We are inviting … Continue reading
The RPIRG Board has approved a SUMMER FUNDING ROUND! Applications are due July 1st at 4pm. Find the applications and more information HERE.
Earlier this year, a student at the U of R came to RPIRG with an idea. Nwakaku Okere wanted to provide sustainable, independent transportation & information to newcomers, specifically new refugees, in the form of bicycles. Anna was excited about … Continue reading
Call for Proposals: Artists-In-Residence Team, Generating Momentum 2016 We’re seeking a collaborative team of (up to 3) Saskatchewan artists to serve as Artists-in-Residence for the duration of the 2016 Generating Momentum Youth Leadership Training camp, August 25-28, 2016 at Camp Easter Seal, … Continue reading