What is SPACE?
SPACE for Saskatchewan Queer and Trans Youth is a community hub located in downtown Regina, SK (2139 Albert St.). SPACE was established as a place to be utilized by all 2SLGBTQ organizations and programs in Regina and surrounding area, including our own SaskQTY Project. On any given day you will find youth participating in workshops, organizers hosting meetings, or music and arts events. SPACE also has drop in hours for 2SLGBTQ youth to come and use our lounge and hang out. If you are a 2SLGBTQ person, group, or organization that is in need of space to meet or host an event, please contact us at SaskQTY@urpride.ca with ample time to accomodate your needs. Programming, events, or meetings that are youth (ages 14-30) driven take priority.
Closed until further notice.
SPACE is currently closed to the public. For more information, please visit http://www.urpride.ca/covid/
If you would like to organize or host an online event with SPACE, please get in touch with us at SaskQTY@urpride.ca.
Events, programs and meetings hosted by or with 2SLGBTQ youth (14 – 30) take priority. Programming and Space resources are/or can be made available for free for youth under 30.
We encourage any organization looking to utilize SPACE to make a donation to help support the cost of future programming.
The #SaskQTY Network is a one year Canada Service Corps funded project aimed at fostering engagement of underrepresented youth groups in civic life. This year long project is meant to establish a network of Two Spirit, lesbian, gay, Trans, queer (2SLGBTQ) and allied youth across the province. Together they will learn about leadership, volunteerism, event planning, advocacy, non-profit governance and political networking all through their interest in 2LGBTQ issues, identity and theory. The end goal of this project is to equip 2SLGBTQ youth with the skills for civic engagement, community organizing, and volunteerism.