The UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity is a non-profit service provider housed at the University of Regina. UR Pride provides services and programming for the entire community of Regina, not just for the University of Regina.
We’re proud to serve the entire campus community, and to be able to provide services to all folks living or spending time in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Originally named GBLUR (Gays, Bisexuals & Lesbians of the University of Regina), we have our roots as a campus organization. There’s tons of cool 2SLGBTQ+ stuff happening at the University, and we’re always keen to hear from students, staff, and faculty.
In 2005, we began to expand our work and started providing support to 2SLGBTQ+ people off the University campus. Today, we have a wide range of community programs open to all people, no matter their connection to the University.
Our organization is made up of great people, including our board of directors and our staff. Everyone on our team shares a love of 2SLGBTQ+ communities, and have a wide range of experiences that help inform our work.
Calling all Crochet and Knitting Enthusiasts!
UR Pride and Queen City Pride are collaborating on a Winter Activities Program to encourage folks to enjoy some winter fun (safely!)
We’re hosting Zoom knitting and crocheting workshops in early February to make things like hats, mittens, and scarves. The crafted items are made in tandem with our Rainbow SnowPals Contest and are used to decorate Snowpals & encouraged to be donated after completion. All participants who sign up before the end of January will receive a “craft kit”! If that sounds like something you’re interested in, please fill out this forum to the best of your ability! You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you had any concerns or questions!
Register for workshops here!