SPACE is UR Pride’s downtown community hub located in downtown Regina on Albert Street.
SPACE is open to all 2SLGBTQ+ folks and allies in the community looking for an inclusive, physical spot to host their projects, events and activities in a space without alcohol or substances.
2139 Albert Street • Regina, SK
Most of our community programs are pretty new and reliant on project-based funding (which means they could disappear at any time without donations), but we do our best to provide helpful and affirming programs for a wide-range of experiences and people in Regina.
If you have questions about any of these programs, don’t hesitate to reach out.
Rainbow SnowPals is a joint project with Queen City Pride, funded by the City of Regina, that hopes to get you and your family spending time outside building your proudest snowperson, all while donating knitted winter gear to organizations in need.
SaskQTY is an intensive leadership program for queer & trans youth aged 15 to 30. Youth learn about civic engagement, social entrepreneurship, and community organizing.
This new program is meant to support 2STQBIPOC (Two-Spirit, trans, queer, Black, Indigenous & People of Colour) students and community members. This program is led by 2STQBIPOC staff.
As a result of a project run out of the University of Saskatchewan, UR Pride, in partnership with OUTSaskatoon, are excited to announce our supervision of two newly established roles for TRANS Health Navigator!
Positive Space Network (PSN) is our diversity & education program that offers 2SLGBTQ-inclusive education and consulting to businesses, community organizations, and community members.
These weekly social groups are for queer & trans youth in Southern Saskatchewan. Group Z (16 to 24 years old) takes place on Wednesdays at 7pm, and Queer Youth Group (13 to 18 years old) takes place on Thursdays at 7pm.
Other Initiatives in community
To learn about other 2SLGBTQ+ related initiatives in Regina that aren’t led by UR Pride, check out this list.
Parents of gender diverse people
Ran by Heather (they/them) & Barry (he/him), this group is a collective of parents who are working together to support each other and their children who identify as gender diverse.
For more info, contact Heather at 306-526-8615 or Barry at 306-526-8614 by texting or calling.