The government of Saskatchewan has laid out plans to make sure everyone has a safe place to stay this winter.
Its cold weather strategy uses community agencies to provide shelter to those in need.
One of those agencies is Mobile Crisis Services in Regina and its Executive Director, John McFayden says there is a number of reasons someone might need shelter such as the chronically homeless and unemployed.
People should call the centre if they see someone on the streets who looks like they need help.
Those who need shelter can also visit the Ministry of Social Services’ Regina Centre on Broad Street.