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On Feb. 19, the Regina Leader-Post reported in a short, sad article that a woman and child were sent to hospital following a domestic assault.

Circle Project, in a report published in June 2016, added up the costs of a very similar scenario. Personal costs to the family plus costs to the justice and health systems were estimated using figures from Statistics Canada.

The total cost for one incident? Just over $115,000. Secondary costs are not included. Some of these are: Long-term ones associated with family trauma, costs to employers of extended family members who lose time from work due to emergencies and extra costs to the school systems to deal with behavioural issues of children from violent homes.

Emotional costs are impossible to calculate.

Saskatchewan leads the country in the incidence of domestic violence. Every June, Circle Project, in partnership with the RPS, the U of S College of Nursing and SOFIA House, put on Hearts in the Park to reinforce public awareness of this sad reality.

Fred Clipsham, Regina (Member of the Circle Project board of directors)

Link to Letter:…/your-letters-for-feb-23-2021

Link to ECONOMIC IMPACT: The Cost of One Incident of Domestic Violence:

Please take the time to share this important information with your friends and family. It is important that this information gets into the hands of one of the most vulnerable groups in our community.


We want to thank ICF for making a pot of chili for us to enjoy and RPS Community Engagement Unit for delivering it to us. With all the COVID restrictions it’s hard not being able to get out into the community. Missing out on the chili cook-offs has been difficult for our staff as we love the opportunity to join in the friendly competition. It was a great way to warm up and we look forward to the day when we can once again enjoy a bowl of chili with our friends in the community!

Thank you K+S for your generous donation to support Circle Project’s Programs and Services. As a long term supporter of Circle Project’s community work, we would like to thank you for your continued care and concern for the community.

Congratulations again to Kyrsten Saulteaux and thanks for stopping by today to pick up your 50/50 prize in support of the Circle Project Community and Cultural Hub. Watch our social media for the announcement our next 50/50 fundraiser.

We would like to thank and acknowledge McKercher LLP for their generous donation towards the development of Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub. With each and every donation we move closer to our goal. Thank you McKercher LLP!

Thanks to Tom Kraemer, Andrew Donovan, Tyler Daku and Tina Blair for your recent donations. Every donation that we received gets us one step closer to creating Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub. Thank you for your help and support!

Thank you Aware House Books for your donation from the sale of the beaded red dress pins, made to honour the lives of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada. We would like to wish your management, staff and customers a Happy and Prosperous New Year.


This Season the Council and Staff of the Circle Project would like to wish you and yours a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Our schedule over the holiday will be:

~ December 24, open 8:30-12:00

~ December 25 closed

~ December 28 closed

~ December 29 and 30, open 8:30-4:30

~ December 31, open 8:30-12:00

~ January 1, closed

~ January 4 we will be back open with regular hours of 8:30-4:30


While we are closed, you can call and leave a message at 306-347-7515 and we will return your call when we are back in the office.

Circle Project would like to thank long-time board member Fred Clipsham for his donation towards the development of Circle Project’s Community and Cultural Hub. With your help we grow ever closer to our goal. Thank you Fred!