Regina Early Learning Centre
The Regina Early Learning Centre, established in October 1977 by Anne Luke, is a beacon of hope in Regina’s inner city. Founded out of concern for children from low-income families, Anne’s door-to-door survey revealed a shared belief among parents that education was key to breaking the cycle of poverty. With the dedicated involvement of parents and volunteers, the Early Learning Centre opened its doors to ten children and embarked on a remarkable journey. Over the years, the Centre has evolved to offer a diverse range of programs, including Parents as Teachers, KidsFirst, Early Years Family Resource Centre, and the Regina Perinatal Health Network. Yet, at its core, the RELC has remained steadfast in its commitment to nurturing young minds and partnering with parents to ensure the healthy development of children, honoring their creativity, curiosity, cultures, and families in Regina’s inner-city communities. With over four decades of dedication and collaboration, the Regina Early Learning Centre continues to be a shining symbol of hope and opportunity for children and families in need.