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Thanks SWAP for sharing your stuffed animals with our daycares. This was a wonderful addition to our Christmas celebrations and all the children loved them. It is so wonderful when we can share with each other to make peoples’ days bright! Thank you SWAP and Merry Christmas!

Thank you Larissa and the Elves at the Children’s Centre and the Infant & Toddler Centre for the incredible job that you have done this year in planning and distributing the special gifts for our Elders and the children and families from our daycare centres. This year has been very challenging and we really appreciate the work that you all have done. Have a wonderful Christmas!

Thank you Unifor Local 1-S! Through the long term and continued support of your committee and its members, Circle Project has been able to spread Christmas cheer to numerous families year after year. This year you and your committee helped us make Christmas a little bit brighter for the children and families who attend our daycare centres. May the spirit of generosity continue to live in your hearts as we work together to make the community a better place for all.

Thank you Mosaic! With your generous donation you have helped us spread some Christmas cheer to our community Elders. They were very grateful for their gift bags full of goodies and their blankets. It was so important to connect with them this year when so many are feeling isolated. Thank you to the staff and management of Mosaic and have a Merry Christmas!

Thank you McKercher LLP for choosing Circle Project as the Regina recipient of the Gifts of Warmth campaign. Through your generosity we were able to share the festive Christmas spirit with our daycare children who were so excited to receive the gifts of goodie bags with treats and other useful items. To the staff, management and clients of McKercher LLP Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year!


Go to https://www.mckercMcKercher LLP Christmas and Holiday Greeting to see their video regarding their Gift of Warmth campaign.


We are so happy to announce that the winner of our recent 50/50 draw on December 18, 2020 is Kyrsten Saulteaux taking half of the $370 pot. The draw will support the development of the Circle Project Community and Cultural Hub. Congratulations Kyrsten and have a Merry Christmas!


Circle Project is happy to announce that we are breaking ground on the new front entrance addition at our Infant & Toddler Centre located at Dewdney and Lewvan. This improvement to our facility will give our parents and staff the extra space needed to increase safety to transition the children in and out of our Centre. The addition will increase energy efficiency by providing a buffer to prevent the cold air from spreading through the building. Most importantly, our new and significantly larger front entrance will increase accessibility for families that need it. Thank you to Early Learning & Childcare Branch, City of Regina, Gilchuk Designs & Drafting and PR Investments Construction. We can hardly wait to use the new space… just in time for winter!


In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, Circle Project will be closed on Monday, October 12, 2020. Our office will be open for phone calls on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, at 8:30 as we are still closed for walk-ins.
From the Council and staff of Circle Project, please have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Today, we at the Circle Project wear our orange shirts as a step towards reconciliation. We wear an orange shirt to honour and bring awareness to the experiences of residential school students. #EveryChildMatters
Orange Shirt Day (September 30) began in British Columbia in 2013 when a residential school survivor, Phyllis Webstad, shared her story of having her shiny new orange shirt taken away on her first day at a residential school. Since then, Orange Shirt Day has become an opportunity for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation.
We are happy to share this short video by Phyllis Webstad, the woman who started Orange Shirt Day. This is her story.

Beginning immediately, Circle Project will be open Monday – Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Due to the ongoing issue of COVID-19 we continue to be closed to walk-ins, but we are available by phone. If you need assistance please call 306-347-7515. Thank you and stay safe!