downtown Regina

Downtown temporary shelter to operate into next year

Oct 26, 2023 | 1:20pm
The City of Regina announced that the temporary emergency shelter in downtown Regina would continue in the new year. Mayor Sandra Masters said after Wednesday’s council meeting that they expanded operations until April 2024. “It was created as a low-barrier, temporary emergency shelter, known as ‘The Gathering Place: New Beginning,’ we’ll continue its operations throughout […]
City looking for feedback on “eScooter” program.

City looking for feedback on “eScooter” program.

Oct 5, 2023 | 12:24pm
You have probably seen one of the eScooters on the road, or parked near a busy corner of the city since the program was launched earlier this year. According to the City of Regina, 51,259 trips were taken on the eScooters, for a total of just over 130,000 kilometres. The eScooters were set up by […]
Regina Farmers’ Market moves locations due to fire in downtown

Regina Farmers’ Market moves locations due to fire in downtown

Sep 27, 2023 | 11:53am
The Regina Farmers’ Market (RFM) announced it is changing locations due to the Gordon Block fire incident in downtown Regina. Regina Fire and Protective Service are still active in the area as they are deconstructing the building. With two weeks left of the outdoor markets, the RFM will move its Wednesday markets to the 2000 […]

Scarth Street revitalization could lay groundwork for future downtown revival

Jul 21, 2023 | 11:00am

The revitalization work on the F.W. Hill Mall, also known as the Scarth Street Mall, is underway. So far, the City of Regina has finished public engagement on preliminary design and vehicle access, with a report set to be brought to council with a recommendation sometime in the fall. There are currently two main options […]

Regina Man Facing Weapons Charges

Dec 1, 2022 | 8:27am

A 35 year old man has been arrested after a weapons incident in the city Tuesday night. Police were called to Lorne and 12th avenue for a report of an intoxicated man who was refusing to leave a business. While en route, officers were warned the man may have a bladed weapon. When police arrived […]

Multi-purpose event centre focus of Catalyst Committee’s first public session

Oct 18, 2022 | 7:00am

The first of four public information sessions on a series of catalyst projects was held on Monday. The session was a part of the City of Regina’s Catalyst Committee, which is currently exploring how to best align five proposed recreation and cultural-based facility proposals to maximize economic and community benefits. The first projects include a […]

Regina council approves catalyst committee members

Aug 18, 2022 | 5:56am

Regina city council has approved 14 of the 16 members for a committee to help shape the City’s downtown core. The ‘catalyst committee’ comprises 16 members drawn from council members and members of private industry, business improvement districts, and social agencies. The 14 members of the committee include co-chairs Councillor Bob Hawkins and Tim Reid, […]

Regina Restaurant Week kicks off on Tuesday

Jan 31, 2022 | 11:49am

Residents will have a chance to experience some of the best food the Queen City has to offer with an exciting event. Regina Restaurant Week presented by Regina Downtown Business Improvement District runs from February 1-14 with 11 restaurants participating. Manager of Member Engagement, Sophie Pitman says the event is vital for the success of […]

Community Support Program set to expand to Warehouse District in 2022

Dec 23, 2021 | 9:37am

The 2022 Operating Budget was passed last week, and a part of that will include an expansion of the Community Support Program. According to City Administration, the program currently being implemented in Downtown Regina has succeeded. The program’s expansion was brought forward as an amendment to the Operating Budget. Mayor Sandra Masters said the program […]

Holiday season kicks off in Downtown Regina

Nov 19, 2021 | 7:15am

Regina Downtown decided to kick off the holiday season last night with their annual tree lighting. The tree lighting wasn’t all that was happening as there was free hot chocolate and cookies, carol singing, a scavenger hunt, snow for the kids to play in, and horse carriage rides, and even Santa and the Grinch made […]