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Just a friendly reminder that we are closed Monday September 4th for Labour Day
Please note that we are closed on Friday June 30th (for our annual floating holiday), and Monday July 3rd (in observance of Canada Day).
Come join us at the Conexus Arts Centre on Wednesday, January 25th, for the More Joy Regina event. The More Joy Movement is all about granting yourself permission to experience the kind of joy you’ve been waiting for. We will be there offering a stress kit station, to help you during the times that you might need a little more joy.
Please be aware that our Branch will be closed Friday April 15th for the statutory holiday (Good Friday)
Regina Homeless Memorial is hosting a virtual candle light vigil to honour those that have lost their lives to homelessness. Please join Regina Homeless Memorial on February 8th from 7:30-8:30pm on Facebook Live. Please contact Regina Homeless Memorial if you wish to make a donation.
We encourage you to take some time to reflect on the tragic impact of residential schools, or to celebrate the resiliency in our communities by participating in community events that focus on understanding…
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Regina Branch will be hosting our Annual General Meeting(AGM) on Wednesday June 21st, 2023 at 12pm at the Ramada Hotel located at 1818 Victoria Avenue. Please find attached the poster with the meeting details.
The 2022-23 CMHA Regina Branch, AGM will include a review of the 2022/2023 fiscal year in addition to approval of the Audited Financial Statements, approval of the Board of Directors Term and Table of Officers for the upcoming year.
If your membership has expired, you may renew by phone or mail. Only members in good standing will be allowed to vote at the AGM.
We are excited to finally be able to host our AGM in person this year. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please RSVP by Monday, June 12th, 2023. See details on attached poster.
We respectfully acknowledge that we are on Treaty 4 territory, the traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak (neh HEY o wuk), Nahkawé (NUK ah way), Nakota, and homeland of the Métis, Lakota, and Dakota.
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