Regina Budget

REAL requesting $6.4 million budget for 2024

REAL requesting $6.4 million budget for 2024

Dec 15, 2023 | 9:56am
Regina Exhibition Associated Limited (REAL) requests a larger budget for the city’s 2024 edition. REAL’s request comes in at $6.44 million, an increase of $5.3 million over the $1.1 million budget provided in the last three years. The budget is divided into three areas: $2.7 million for operations, $2.6 million for debt payments, and $1 […]

Regina city council approves 3.67 mill rate increase

Dec 16, 2022 | 5:11pm

The City of Regina’s first multi-year budget has been approved by city council. For residents, that will mean a mill rate increase of 3.67 per cent in 2023. That increase includes 1.29 per cent for civic operations, 0.5 per cent for the continuation of the previously approved dedicated mill rate for the Recreational Infrastructure Program, […]

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 […]

City administration unveils preliminary mill and utility rates for upcoming budgets

Sep 24, 2022 | 6:00am

At Wednesday’s executive committee meeting, the City of Regina gave residents a look at what the upcoming budget could feature. City administration provided an update on the development of the City’s first multi-year budget, revealing a primary mill rate increase of 4.02 per cent in 2023 and 3.96 per cent in 2024. The update also […]

Hopkins says new council doesn’t have time to ease into responsibilities

Nov 10, 2020 | 3:49pm

Regina will have a definite new look at City Hall when council meets later this month after Monday night’s election. Five new councillors and a new mayor will give a fresh new look on things, but the group won’t have a lot of time to slowly get used to the work in front of them. […]