At Access Communications, giving back to the communities we serve is a full-time job. We're at it all year long. In fact, every year we're proud to support over 1,600 community groups and individuals and the events they hold. Whether its public service announcements or local programming coverage on Access7, the countless hours of volunteering by our staff, or sponsorships, we're happy to help.

  • Show N Shine

    Labour Day Show N Shine

    Presented by CAA Saskatchewan


    Thank You to the Collector’s Car Club, the Regina Food Bank, the volunteers, sponsors, local media, exhibitors and spectators for supporting the Regina Food Bank at the 2016 Show N Shine. Together we raised over $26,000 and collected thousands of pounds of food!

    Show N Shine 2017
    The Access Communications Community Park is the gathering place for hundreds of antique, classic and vintage vehicles and motorcycles each Labour Day Monday. Car and bike enthusiasts and local community businesses will unite in support of the Regina Food Bank.

    Monday, September 4, 2017

    Sunday, September 17, 2017

    12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Access Park, 2250 Park Street, Regina, SK

    $5.00 for individuals.
    $10.00 for families.
    Children under 12 are FREE.

    Donations of non-perishable food items for the Regina Food Bank are encouraged.

    A wide variety of food and refreshments will available from some of Regina’s favourite food trucks.

    A $10.00 registration fee and registration form is required from all exhibitors. The link to the form is below. Please fill it out and bring it with you to the event. This will help ensure a faster registration process for all exhibitors entering the show.

    Classic motorcycles are welcome too!

    The first 500 registered exhibitors will receive an exhibitor kit with a t-shirt and dash plaque.

  • United Way

    United Way

    Access Communications is a major supporter of the United Way across Saskatchewan. Through Access7 United Way telethons in Weyburn and Estevan, Access helps to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in support each year. The two annual events have flourished with the help of the community for over 30 years.

    Access Communications also supports the annual United Circle of Care Campaign. Throughout the month of October, Access staff raised money through internal events and staff directed donations.

  • Pumpkin Patrol

    Pumpkin Patrol

    Access Communications' Pumpkin Patrol is our co-operative's unique annual safety program. Access Communications employees and community volunteers keep the streets safe by patrolling on Halloween evening, from 6 - 9 pm, as a safe contact in case children need help while trick-or-treating.

    Each Pumpkin Patrol vehicle is equipped with Access signage, a flashing orange pumpkin, and radios in contact with central dispatch at Access's office. In the case of an incident, Access Communications has a direct link to the local police or RCMP dispatch, depending on the community.

    This year, Pumpkin Patrol will be active in Regina, Weyburn, Estevan, North Battleford, Yorkton, Humboldt, Melfort and La Ronge.

    The program is supported by many community partners across the province including:

    • Harvard Broadcasting
    • Regina Police Services
    • Regina Citizens on Patrol
    • WPD Ambulance Service
    • Weyburn Police Services
    • Estevan Police Services
    • Canadian Digital Network
    • The Regina Pats

    “Pumpkin Patrol is just one of the ways Access Communications gets involved in the communities we serve. Our staff members have a great time out there while they are providing a valuable public service.” - Jim Deane, Access Communications President and CEO

  • Regina Food Bank Drive

    Regina Foodback Drive


    Access Communications is a proud sponsor of the Annual Regina Food Bank Drive that takes place in Regina every October. As part of the food drive, Access volunteers, along with the Regina Guides and Scouts, head out and pick up food that has been left out on doorsteps across the city. It is all part of The Great Canadian Food Fight, which pits Regina against other Canadian cities to see who can collect the most amount of food for their local Food Bank.

  • Salvation Army

    Salvation Army

    Access Communications support of the Salvation Army includes an annual fundraising luncheon hosted by our co-operative's staff.

    Each year, Access staff in Regina organize and serve a traditional Christmas dinner to our friends in the community. Donations made at the event are topped up with a contribution from the Access Communications Employee Association and all proceeds are given to our special guests from the Salvation Army in Regina. The dinner has become a favourite event for many in the business community — and a great way to share some holiday fellowship with other leaders in the community, while supporting those in need.

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