Recurring Event Resilience Meeting

Resilience Meeting (Ages 16+)


Resilience is an adult oriented (16+) social support group for those who are transgender, gender diverse, or interested in exploring their gender. It runs Wednesday’s over Zoom from 5-6pm! For more info, email trans@urpride.ca

Recurring Event Group Z Meeting

Group Z Meeting (Ages 16-24)


Group Z is a group for 2SLGBTQ+ and allied folks aged 16-24. It runs Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm over discord. Come and meet other queer folks, play games, and generally hang out! For more info, email ryan.lizee@urpride.ca


Bodies & Boundaries (Youth 10-13)

Francis Morrison Library

This sex education lesson caters to youth 10-13 and will cover topics such as puberty, setting boundaries, accepting changes and ourselves.


Engaging Men in Conversation about Family Violence to Manage Risk and Promote Safety


This course would be ideal for a service provider who currently works with family, individuals and/or specialized treatment setting for men who cause harm (men’s behaviour change programs, child welfare, etc). It would also be beneficial for therapists and counsellors who wish to gain more in-depth knowledge on how to work with men who cause […]


Sex Ed Crash Course (Youth in high school)

Francis Morrison Library

This sex ed lesson for youth in high school will equip learners with the information they need to make informed decisions about their health and relationships.

Recurring Event Youth Group Meeting

Queer Youth Group (Ages 12-18)


Youth Group is a safe space for queer, trans+, questioning, and allied youth between the ages of 12 and 18. It runs Thursday evenings over discord from 7-9pm. We’re super radical, and super stoked to learn about tearing down homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, intersexphobia, acephobia and transmisogyny. Come hang out with us! For more info, email […]

Recurring Event 2SLGBTQQIA+ Club


Piwapan Women's Centre La Ronge, Saskatchewan

2SLGBTQQIA+ is all about acceptance and is open to all ages. This is a safe environment to meet others, share information, ask questions, share a snack and do fun activities together. Contact: Lauren 306-420-9946  


Reproductive Coercion Strategies in Intimate and Family Contexts

Online Webinar

Considered gender-based violence, reproductive coercion involves control and influence strategies deployed by a partner or one or more family members to control an individual’s reproductive potential and impose a trajectory that does not align with their own will or choices. 1:00 to 2:30 PM ET. Offered in English, French, and ASL.


SASS is a registered non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to eliminating sexual violence in Saskatchewan through research, public education, and advocacy.