Department of Graduate Studies, University of Regina

PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR RESEARCH ON THE OPINION OF SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS ABOUT DRUG USE/HARM REDUCTION

We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study about the opinions of Saskatchewan residents about drug use and harm reduction.

As a participant in this study, you will be asked to complete an anonymous survey which will take approximately 10 minutes. An option to be considered for a one-to-one interview will also be available to participants at the end of the survey.

To participate in the survey, please follow the QR code below (the QR code could not be copied). Please contact the researcher by phone or email and a link to the survey will be sent to you directly. Contact information is found at the bottom of this poster.

For more information about this study, please contact:

Rayna Fisher, Faculty of Social Work, Department of Graduate Studies at: 306-260-5139 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

OR

Dr. Lise Milne, Supervisor at: 306-664-7336 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This study has been reviewed and received approval through the Research Ethics Board, University of Regina.

SILVER FOR GOLD

Your RM is participating in a fundraiser for Childhood Cancer

by collecting “pop can” tabs in our office until May 2022. 

Collect your tabs and drop them off at the RM Office – the container is just inside the door

and accessible during office hours.  1250 tabs equal one pound and each pound is worth $1.00

Silver for Gold was created by EcoGenX and has partnered with Small But Mighty SK and

the Rural Municipal Administrators Association (RMAA).  

For more information visit:

www.Silverfor Gold.org

or email Dallon Leger – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or email Brooke Switzer – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Are you a farmer or rancher with marginal or ecologically sensative land? The ALUS-WUQWATR Program is seeking new participants in their watershed. The ALUS program can help you establish wetlands, native prairie, pollinator habitat, and other environmental stewardship projects on your land. Even better, ALUS pays you annually to keep these projects in prime working order. Your ALUS projects can help produce cleaner air, cleaner water, and more biodiversity, benifitting both your farm and your community. Across Canada, more than 750 producers have laready enrolled over 23,000 acres in the ALUS program. For more information, contact 306-552-3560 or ALUS@wuqwatr.ca. 

For more information on other WUQWATR programs and partnerships, please visit their website at http://wuqwatr.ca/programs-services/agri-environmental-technical-services/.