Masters announces re-election bid

Masters announces re-election bid

Mar 7, 2024 | 2:44pm
The race is on for the mayor’s seat in the Queen City. Regina Mayor Sandra Masters has officially declared her intention to seek a second term during the city’s State of the City Address. Masters expressed her commitment to ongoing work, emphasizing priorities such as infrastructure, affordability, and community safety. The municipal election is scheduled […]
Charlie Clark stepping down as Mayor of Saskatoon

Charlie Clark stepping down as Mayor of Saskatoon

Jan 25, 2024 | 10:08am
After nearly 18 years in the public eye, Charlie Clark has decided not to run in the 2024 civic election. Charlie Clark was first elected to Saskatoon City council in 2006. Ten years later, he defeated four-term incumbent Don Atchison to become Mayor and was re-elected in 2020. “I want to get the most out […]
“At the end of the day, it’s approved,” Mayor Reacts to 2024 Regina Budget

“At the end of the day, it’s approved,” Mayor Reacts to 2024 Regina Budget

Dec 19, 2023 | 2:41pm
Regina’s budget wasn’t without drama for the second consecutive year. Last year saw a lawsuit overshadowing the budget; this year, the poor presentation and organization of the budget led to the Regina city council passing the budget because people were ‘tired and wanted to go.’ After around 30 hours of deliberations, Councillor Bob Hawkins brought […]
Masters receives support from city council to attend COP28 in Dubai

Masters receives support from city council to attend COP28 in Dubai

Nov 9, 2023 | 7:17am
The Government of Saskatchewan is leading a delegation to the UN Climate Conference (COP28) in Dubai, UAE. As part of an active partnership between the Ministry of Trade & Export Development and Economic Development Regina (EDR), the City of Regina’s participation will be geared toward positioning the Greater Regina Area (GRA) as a natural and […]

Homeless in Regina: A View from City Hall

Mar 21, 2023 | 6:00am

This week 620 CKRM will look at homelessness in the City of Regina through a five-part feature titled “Homeless in Regina.” In part two, we talk to Mayor Sandra Masters, who has seen homelessness become a top priority for her and Regina City Council. Currently, the City invests $7.9 million annually toward programs and initiatives related […]

Regina Mayor hopeful to have shelter for homeless ‘within weeks’

Nov 12, 2022 | 11:03am

The Mayor of Regina hopes to see action taken soon to help those without a home with winter. The Government of Saskatchewan announced $1.7 million in additional funding in 2022-23 to increase the number of emergency shelter spaces in the province, $800,000 will go to community partners to support seasonal cost pressures and $900,000 to […]

21st pedestal was unveiled at the Cenotaph to honour Sask’s Air Training Program.

Sep 16, 2022 | 5:47am

The City of Regina and the Royal United Services Institute were proud to unveil a new pedestal at the Cenotaph in Victoria Park. The pedestal was installed in recognition of the Second World War’s British Commonwealth Air Training Program. The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan trained over 130,000 aviators for the Allied air forces during […]

Masters and Trudeau discuss plenty during recent visit to Ottawa

May 19, 2022 | 9:00am

Regina Mayor Sandra Masters made a stop at Parliament Hill earlier this week and ended up meeting with MPs and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “We had discussions about the infrastructure programs that the Federal Government is currently funding, but also initiatives that we are working on here on reconciliation, supportive housing, and just a few […]

Lanigan mayor wants answer to when hospital will re-open

Apr 7, 2022 | 5:25am

Lanigan mayor Tony Mycock went to the legislature Wednesday to ask the government the same question he’s been asked by his town’s residents – when is the hospital going to re-open? Closed as what was thought at the time to be a temporary measure in May, 2020 in the early stages of the pandemic, Mycock […]

Masters reflects on first year as Mayor

Nov 29, 2021 | 8:05am

Last week marked the one-year point for Sandra Masters as the Mayor of Regina. Over that time, the City’s 35th mayor says she faced numerous challenges. “I think being elected during a pandemic is novel for any elected official; not having political experience beforehand and going into what amounts to an emergency health order was […]