The November economic report for the city of Regina has been released.
The report, reviewing the stats from September and October, show an expanding economy in the Saskatchewan capital, highlighted by 1% employment increase and a 6.36% population increase from October 2015 to October 2016.
Mayor Michael Fougere says he’s very pleased with the report, as it’s indicative of the hard work council puts in to making Regina an attractive city for investors and families.
“The decisions that we make on council really are to provide confidence, understanding and predictability for those who want to invest.”
“It’s a great quality of life.”
Fougere also points out there are other statistics supporting economic growth in Regina, such as the 35% housing increase from September 2016 to this September.