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City accepting grant applications for harm reduction programs, services, and initiatives

City accepting grant applications for harm reduction programs, services, and initiatives

Apr 21, 2024 | 7:41am
The City of Regina is accepting grant applications to distribute $385,000 to programs, services and initiatives dedicated to supporting harm reduction in Regina. Harm reduction is an approach taken in many cities that focuses on the prevention of harm in people who continue to use drugs. This initiative’s main goal is to increase access to […]
Spring litter cleanup set to begin

Spring litter cleanup set to begin

Apr 21, 2024 | 7:35am
The City of Regina’s spring litter cleanup is set to begin, and the city’s remaining residents have a role to play in cleaning up the community. City crews will collect litter alongside Ring Road, Victoria Avenue East, Arcola Avenue, Lewvan Drive and other high-speed roadways. For their safety, the City reminds drivers to please slow […]
Regina’s downtown sees $13.5 million investment in electrical grid from SaskPower

Regina’s downtown sees $13.5 million investment in electrical grid from SaskPower

Apr 20, 2024 | 7:26am
SaskPower announced that it will begin work on upgrading and improving the electrical grid in Regina’s central business district to ensure ongoing reliability.  The $13.5 million investment will focus SaskPower’s work on infrastructure on 11th Avenue and Saskatchewan Drive, and it is expected to be completed this fall.   “This investment in Regina’s downtown will increase […]
Regina Water Meter Upgrades moving into Ward 8

Regina Water Meter Upgrades moving into Ward 8

Apr 14, 2024 | 9:12am
The City of Regina’s Water Meter Upgrade project is moving into Ward 8. Neptune Technology Group, the City’s contractor, is now starting installations in Ward 8, and water customers can expect to receive an information sheet about how to book appointments over the next few months. Upon arrival, the Neptune technician will discuss the work […]
Regina Farmer’s Market moving to REAL District on Saturdays

Regina Farmer’s Market moving to REAL District on Saturdays

Apr 13, 2024 | 10:11am
The Regina Farmers’ Market will move to the REAL District for their Saturday markets. The move from the Pat Fiacco Plaza comes as the City of Regina is set to start construction on the 11 Avenue revitalization project. Starting May 4, the Saturday markets will move to Confederation Park every Saturday until October 12. The […]
Regina city council commits to Wascana Pool elevator

Regina city council commits to Wascana Pool elevator

Apr 11, 2024 | 4:41pm
Regina City Council is committing $175,000 towards an elevator allowing people with disabilities to access the waterslide at the new Wascana Pool. The decision also comes after numerous delegates spoke about the importance of the water slide. That includes 5-year-old Blake Turnbull, who has Spina bifida and uses a wheelchair. “I’m here because we need […]
City of Regina owes REAL over $232,000 for catalyst committee work

City of Regina owes REAL over $232,000 for catalyst committee work

Apr 11, 2024 | 10:36am
The City of Regina is unexpectedly facing an expense of $232,259 owed to the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL). The amount is attributed to commissioned consultancy work undertaken by the city’s catalyst committee. The expenditure primarily comprises $213,000 for consulting services. These services were specifically focused on urban planning and economic modelling, areas that the […]
Statue to honour Royal Regina Rifles previewed at War Memorial

Statue to honour Royal Regina Rifles previewed at War Memorial

Apr 7, 2024 | 7:52am
A statue which will be placed in France to commemorate the landing of the Royal Regina Rifles made its way to the grounds of the Legislature this weekend. The statue was displayed at a special public ceremony at the Saskatchewan War Memorial on April 6. The ceremony was attended by military personnel and several local […]
City of Regina begins ticketing stage for Red Light Safety Program

City of Regina begins ticketing stage for Red Light Safety Program

Mar 31, 2024 | 10:35am
The City of Regina is set to advance its Red Light Safety Program, targeting improved driver behaviour, enhanced pedestrian safety, and reduced right-turn collisions. Effective April 1st, an enforcement phase will be initiated at the intersection of Dewdney Avenue and Lewvan Drive. Under the program’s expansion, drivers who neglect to stop at a red light […]
A look at what’s open and closed during the long weekend

A look at what’s open and closed during the long weekend

Mar 29, 2024 | 9:20am
The Easter long weekend is here, and Regina residents can expect changes in city services, transit, and leisure activities. Here’s a breakdown of what will and won’t be available this year on Good Friday and Easter Monday. City Services and Transit: City offices will close on Good Friday, April 5th, and resume regular operations on […]