Community Resources

Local, Regional, Provincial, and National

This page provides you with links and information for various community resources and services. These vary from health services, social groups, and a directory of other local organizations.

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UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity

Community Centre

Primarily servicing the University of Regina, the UR Pride Centre is a great all-around resource and service provider. Offering workshops, a youth group, and year-round programming, the UR Pride Centre is often the first stop for those seeking more information about the gender and sexually diverse communities.

3737 Wascana Parkway | | 306-586-8811 ext 207

Gay & Lesbian Community of Regina ( Q Nightclub)

Community Organization

Established in 1972, the Gay & Lesbian Community of Regina (GLCR) operates the Q Nightclub & Lounge in Regina which also serves as a community facility for gatherings and social events. The GLCR is the only “LGBT community-owned club” remaining in Canada and throughout its history has been the starting point for community activism.

2070 Broad Street | | 306-569-1995

SPACE / Sask Queer Trans Youth Network

Community Hub

Started in 2019, SPACE is Regina’s newest community “hub” offering a variety of drop-in programming and providing a resource primarily for queer and trans youth. The SaskQTY Network is a one-year project of the UR Pride Centre and is funded by Canada Service Corps.

2139 Albert Street | | (no phone)

Lulu's Lodge

LGBTQ Youth Home

Lulu’s Lodge is Regina’s first youth home program specifically for LGBTQ youth. The program is provided by the John Howard Society and offers support and services to this specific demographic.

(Address) | | (no phone)

True Colours Youth Group

Youth Group Program

The True Colours Youth Group is open to youth aged 11-16 and is especially aimed at youth who are part of the child welfare system. For more information about the group and meeting time and place, please contact Sherry at 306-751-2419 or

1221 Osler Street | — | 306-751-2419

Queer Youth Choir

Youth Choir Program

The Queer Youth Choir, made up of the many diverse members of our 2SLGBTQ+ Community, comes together to perform two concerts a year with a focus on music by queer composers. The music will celebrate diversity, leadership, and identity. This choir is being organized and directed by Brandan Dickie (BMus.Ed) and will meet weekly at SP△CE. For more information, contact Brendan at

3129 Albert Street

Regal Social Association of Regina (RSAR)

Community Organization

The Regal Social Association of Regina (also referred to as “the imperial court”) is a local non-profit, and member of the “International Court System” that is dedicated to raising money for deserving charities and Saskatchewan student bursaries. To date, the organization has raised in excess of $300,000 that has been given to charity and deserving students. This is achieved through Drag Show performances, a variety of special events, and community donations.

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TransSask Support Service

Provincial Community Organization

TransSask Support Services (TransSask) is a Saskatchewan non-profit that exists to serve the transgender and gender diverse communities of Saskatchewan.

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Community Organization (Saskatoon)

Similar to the UR Pride Centre, OUTSaskatoon provides general community resources, a variety of services and programs, and advocacy primarily for the Saskatoon region.

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Moose Jaw Pride

Community Organization (Moose Jaw)

Moose Jaw Pride primarily plans an organizes the City of Moose Jaw’s annual Pride celebration while also providing essential LGBTQ+ resources and information. Moose Jaw Pride also operates the Rainbow Retro Thrift Shop providing a safe and welcoming environment for shoppers. Moose Jaw Pride is also a founding member of the Saskatchewan Pride Network, a Community Initiatives Fund project that seeks to support and empower LGBT+ people living in smaller communities across Saskatchewan.

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Saskatchewan Pride Network

Community Project (Moose Jaw)

Moose Jaw Pride is proud to be a founding member of the Saskatchewan Pride Network, a Community Initiatives Fund project that seeks to support and empower LGBT+ people living in smaller communities across Saskatchewan.

Whether it is helping to organize community events, providing diversity training to organizations or connecting you with information and resources–they’re here to help!

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U of S Students' Union Pride Centre

Pride Centre

The USSU Pride Centre is a welcoming, vivacious, and celebratory campus community. They provide a friendly environment with a diverse group of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

The Pride Centre seeks to work with people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in an open and progressive environment that advocates, celebrates and affirms sexual and gender diversity.

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Camp fYrefly Saskatchewan

Youth Camp

Camp fYrefly is Canada’s largest, volunteer-based, summer leadership retreat for gender and sexually diverse (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit) and allied youth. The camp, which was founded in 2004 by Dr. André P. Grace and Mr. Kristopher Wells, is designed to help youth develop the leadership skills and resiliency necessary for them to become change agents in their schools, families, and communities.

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Saskatoon Pride Festival

Pride Organization

The Saskatoon Pride Festival, hosted by the Saskatoon Diversity Network (SDN), is an annual festival providing an accessible space in which to celebrate queerness, fostering community pride, and raising awareness of queer culture within the larger community. The Saskatoon Diversity Network (SDN) is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization that serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, two-spirit, queer, and questioning community, family, and supporters. We exist to raise awareness of queer community and culture by facilitating, organizing, promoting, and presenting a queer pride festival.

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