Resources and Articles

Anti-racism (Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan)

Building Equitable and Inclusive Communities (Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan)

Helping Children Respect and Appreciate Diversity

A Quick Guide to Pronouns

Gender Identity

Salaam Canada Resources for LGBTQ+ Muslim Students



Saskatchewan Resources for Youth

  1. OUT Saskatoon has several online support groups for youth. Their social support groups are staff or community member led and provide a space to meet people and to participate in a variety of discussions and activities. Please see OUTSaskatoon for details.
  2. Lulu’s Lodge provides a five-bedroom supportive transitional home for LGBTQ2S+ youth, 16 to 21 years of age, facing homelessness in Regina. Provides a live-in mentor, guidance and support around education, physical health, mental wellness, family reunification, legal matters and advocacy. Referrals are made to community agencies ensuring a continuum of care. 
  3. The University of Regina’s Colourful Campus House program allows 2SLGBTQIA+ students to apply for student housing that falls under a GSD Living-Learning Community with Housing Services at the University of Regina. The University of Regina has allocated two six-bedroom apartment-style residences in the newly renovated College West building to UR Pride Centre’s Colourful Campus House initiative.
  4. The UR Pride Centre provides SPACE for Queer and Trans Youth.  This community hub provides drop-in hours for 2SLGBTQ youth to come and hang out. It provides education on leadership, volunteerism, event planning, advocacy, non-profit governance, and political networking all through the interest in 2SLGBTQ identity and issues.
  5. TRANSSASK Support Services identifies, develops and provides services and resources that meet the needs of trans-identified and sex or gender diverse people within Saskatchewan as well as those who support them.



Black on the Prairies CBC

Black on the Prairies Curio

Black History in Canada Curio

Exploring Black Communities in Canada Through Film (NFB)

Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum