Andrew Stevens

Councillor faces no reprimand after breaking confidentiality provisions

Jun 8, 2023 | 1:29pm

Regina city council voted not to reprimand or censure Coun. Andrew Stevens after he broke the city’s Code of Ethics bylaw. Alternate Integrity Commissioner Randy Langaard recommended that Stevens face censure or reprimand for disclosing the confidential report attached and provide a written apology to Councillor Terina Nelson. Council disagreed as they voted in favour […]

Integrity Commissioner reports tabled for private discussion and later council meeting

May 11, 2023 | 9:58am

Regina’s city council has decided to deal with two Integrity Commissioner reports at a later date. Council voted to table the reports to Executive Committee for private discussion before bringing them back to city council. In the first report, the Integrity Commissioner recommends that City Council request that Councillors Andrew Stevens and Dan LeBlanc provide […]

Coun. Stevens ready to follow the “will of council” over Integrity Commissioner Reports

May 9, 2023 | 6:04am

With two separate Integrity Commissioner Reports involving him, Coun. Andrew Stevens said he is ready to follow council’s will. At Wednesday’s meeting, council will discuss and vote on recommendations regarding reports from the City of Regina’s Integrity and Alternate Integrity Commissioners. The first report concerns Coun. Stevens and Coun. Dan LeBlanc’s pursuit of a court […]

Councillors Andrew Stevens and Dan LeBlanc subjects of Integrity Commissioner reports

May 6, 2023 | 2:35pm

Two separate reports from the City of Regina’s Integrity Commissioner are set to be brought forward at Wednesday’s city council meeting. In the first report, the Integrity Commissioner Angela Kirk recommends that City Council request that Councillors Andrew Stevens and Dan LeBlanc provide a written apology to City Manager Niki Anderson for the negative impact […]

City Council Dispute Lands In Court of King’s Bench

Dec 13, 2022 | 8:35am

A dispute between a Regina City Councilor and the new City Manager is being heard by a judge at Court of King’s Bench this morning. Councilor Andrew Stevens filed the lawsuit, after a proposal to end homelessness in Regina was left out of the proposed city budget. He wants it to be part of the […]

Regina councillors taking city manager to court see court date set

Nov 30, 2022 | 6:03am

A motion filed against the City of Regina’s city manager appeared before a judge on Tuesday. Councillor Dan LeBlanc and Councillor Andrew Stevens, and Florence Stratton filed a court application against new City Manager Niki Anderson for not including full funding to end homelessness in the city’s proposed budget. Both parties will have to file […]

Regina City Council to explore options for Co-op refinery labour dispute resolution

Feb 26, 2020 | 4:52am

It could be a busy afternoon and evening inside Henry Baker hall, as Regina City Council convenes for their monthly meeting Wednesday at 1:30 PM. Councillor Andrew Stevens is introducing a notice of motion that will explore council’s options when it comes to the Co-op refinery labour dispute and what they can do to solve […]

Regina’s Cathedral neighborhood expressing mixed views on proposed liquor store

Feb 11, 2020 | 11:00am

The Cathedral neighborhood has expressed an overwhelming amount of mixed reviews over the proposed Sobeys Liquor Store. After a town hall last week, Ward 3 Councillor and Cathedral Village resident Andrew Stevens says he’s heard a wide range of views, from people who are outright opposed to the store to those who like the idea […]

Regina city council looks at creating winter city strategy

Sep 1, 2019 | 9:02am

There are some people in the Queen City who would prefer to stay inside to keep warm when the thermometer drops in winter. But the City of Regina is wanting to encourage citizens to embrace the winter months through what they call a winter city strategy. City council is interested in adopting the strategy to help […]