council news

“We will see where the brand goes”, Mayor responds to return of Tourism Regina

Apr 17, 2023 | 6:21am

Experience Regina is no more for now, as the REAL Board of Directors announced the return of the Tourism Regina name while a review is underway. After the ‘botched’ rebrand led to criticism and the City of Regina making national and international news, the REAL Board announced the change to “ensuring the future of tourism […]

Regina council amends bylaw to allow personally owned and rented e-scooters

Apr 6, 2023 | 12:17pm

E-Scooters will soon be legal in the Queen City. City Council approved a traffic bylaw amendment that will allow for a shared e-scooter program beginning this summer and personally owned e-scooters to be legal starting later this year. Ward 9 Coun. Jason Macininelli brought forward a change to the original amendment that allowed for personal […]

Regina council votes against appointing Bob Hawkins to community board

Mar 24, 2023 | 2:48pm

The look to replace Coun. Dan LeBlanc, with another member of council on the Community and Social Impact Regina board of directors, will continue. The search will continue after the recommended appointment of Coun. Bob Hawkins, to replace LeBlanc, was defeated in a council vote this week. LeBlanc was removed as a non-voting member of […]

Regina city council approves application $128M in federal dollars for new aquatic centre

Mar 9, 2023 | 6:00am

After over a decade of Regina residents calling for a new aquatic centre, the City of Regina has moved one step closer to making that a reality. At Wednesday’s city council meeting, council unanimously approved applying to the federal government’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) and utilizing the remaining $128 million that has been […]

Inflationary pressures lead to City of Regina increasing leisure service fees

Oct 3, 2022 | 5:03pm

Regina’s city council voted to increase leisure service fees across the city. The “inflationary increase” will go up by two per cent in 2023 and three per cent in both 2024 and 2025. With the increases, a one-month family leisure pass will cost $107.68 as of January 2023. The price will rise to $110.92 in […]

Councillor Terina Shaw commits to ‘Cross-Cultural Training’

Sep 20, 2022 | 2:05pm

Councillor Terina Shaw is looking to ‘set the record straight’ with Regina residents after comments she made earlier this year. Those comments include, during a January 26 meeting of Regina’s executive council,  she made comments that implied Indigenous men are sexual predators. The second set of comments came during a June 15 city council meeting, […]

Integrity commissioner recommends sanctions against Councilor Terina Shaw

Sep 13, 2022 | 10:12am

An integrity commissioner has issued recommendations against Councillor Terina Shaw after they found she violated the City’s Code of Ethics bylaw. It is recommended that Shaw is sanctioned and made to undergo training on communicating in a “respectful and courteous manner.” Councillor Andrew Stevens submitted an ethics complaint due to a January 19 video conference […]

City of Regina confirms it received formal complaint

Jul 19, 2022 | 2:06pm

The City of Regina has confirmed it received a formal complaint on July 15. However, they could not confirm, due to confidentially, that the complaint was filed against Councillor Terina Shaw. The formal complaint against Councillor Shaw was also filed on July 15. Amber Ackerman, the City Clerk, explains that the Integrity Commissioner will investigate […]