Regina Early Years Family Resource Centre
The Regina Early Learning Centre’s statement of opposition to racism and solidarity with Black and Indigenous Peoples of Colour.
This report assesses the goals and impact of the EYFC in the Regina community.
The Regina Regional Intersectoral Committee’s Data Working Group developed an indicators report to describe the environment for young children in Regina based on the Regina Children’s Charter. Compiled by Doug Elliott of QED Information Systems.
The Regina Children’s Initiative partnered with Regina’s community members to create a Children’s Charter that showcased the rights of all children.
Understanding the Early Years Regina (UEY)
The UEY Community Mapping Report reported on the three years of early childhood and local research and community development conducted during UEY Regina. It provides neighbourhood-level data on kindergarten children’s development through maps.
The UEY Community Action Plan is the result of a collaborative effort to identify ways to improve early childhood development in Regina based on a three-year study that included local data, best practices and community consultation.
The Early Development Instrument (EDI), developed by the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University, was used to assess Regina kindergarten children’s development from birth until kindergarten entry. Results showed Regina’s children significantly more vulnerable than their Canadian peers.
This poster highlights the importance of the first six years of a child’s life.
This poster highlights the remarkable brain development that occurs during children’s early years.
This poster highlights the importance of investing in children’s early years.
Regina & Area Early Childhood Network
Final Report of the Community Planning Process by the Regina & Area Early Childhood Network.