Early indications are showing Regina residents could see another increase in taxes.
While the city is embarking on a lengthy list of capital projects, government grants aren’t increasing, putting city council in a financial pinch.
Councillor Bob Hawkins said Regina city administration is crunching the numbers right now.
“That involves the administration reviewing the financial position of the city, reviewing the needs for next year,” said Hawkins. “There’ll be public consultation, then in December, council will pass the budget for 2019.”
City council has seen two significant tax increases in the last couple of years, including a 4.34% increase.