The Community and Protective Services Committee met Wednesday to discuss Regina’s cultural plan.
The committe looked at the financial implications of the plan over a decade, which have an anticipated cost between 530-thousand and 720-thousand dollars.
The plan includes 47 actions centred around cultural diversity, artistic and cultural community, and commemorating and celebrating the City’s cultural hertitage.
The plan was first introduced in 2013, the plan has been revised after community consultation.
Changes to the plan will be approved by City Council.