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Homeless in Regina: Are YOU the Solution?

Mar 22, 2023 | 11:16am

Our leaders –  appear to be turning their backs on the city of Regina’s homeless population. Changes made to provincial programs put our poorest citizens in even more jeopardy. A lack of funding has led to many community initiatives being being scaled back, or outright dismantled. Truth be told – many in our city are […]

Regina council to consider 2024 Brier bid

Aug 15, 2022 | 1:18pm

The City of Regina may be throwing its name into the hat to host the 2024 edition of the Brier. Regina’s city council is set to consider putting a $200,000 bid on the annual men’s curling tournament. The recommendation is set to go before council this Wednesday with the proposal requiring Curl Regina to demonstrate […]

Regina council approves discretionary use application for cannabis shop in Whitmore Park

Jul 14, 2022 | 6:08am

Regina City Council approved a discretionary use application to allow the development of the Join Cannabis Shop in Regina’s Whitmore Park. The approved application came after the shop received development and building permits and invested more than $250,000 into the new location. However, six months later, the permit was rescinded due to the existence of […]

City of Regina releases employee salaries for 2021

Jun 8, 2022 | 5:23pm

The City of Regina has released its public accounts report for 2021, including a list of salaries and expenses for employees who work with and for the City. The report was presented to Regina’s executive committee. It included the salaries of City of Regina employees, including members of the Regina Police Service (RPS), REAL and […]

Pinwheels in place at Regina City Hall to raise awareness of child abuse

Apr 8, 2021 | 8:20am

People driving downtown may notice several pinwheels planted in front of Regina’s City Hall. There’s 763 of them exactly, and they are in place to bring awareness to Child Abuse Prevention Month this month. Holding Hope founder and president Sarah Labadie says child abuse is normally an uncomfortable topic to talk about. “The pinwheel is […]

Regina City Hall opening Monday

Jun 12, 2020 | 3:59pm

Regina City Hall is set to reopen for limited services Monday, June 15th. Main floor counters will be available for customers to pay their water bills, property taxes, parking tickets, and for licensing services. When paying at City Hall, it is preferred you pay with debit or credit. The Building and Development Permit Counter will […]

Regina City Hall celebrates 19th annual Light the Lights event

Dec 4, 2019 | 7:20am

  Regina’s City Hall is back in the Christmas spirit. The 19th annual Light the Lights event drew many to downtown Tuesday night. Before the main event, many took part in the free wagon rides while also enjoying entertainment from the Carlo Petrovitch Trio, Douglas Park and Jack Mackenzie elementary school choirs, Christmas carol duo […]

City of Regina proposing lowest mill rate increase in a decade for 2020 budget

Nov 15, 2019 | 10:05am

The City of Regina is proposing its lowest mill rate increase in a decade for the 2020 budget. A 2.75 percent increase and a .5 percent dedicated amount for the Recreation Infrastructure Program would mean an additional $5.60 per month in municipal taxes for a Regina home owner with a property valued at $350,000. The […]

City of Regina still seeking owed property taxes on Capital Pointe site

Nov 8, 2019 | 5:17pm

Around 10,000 hours over four months was required to backfill the Capital Pointe site on the corner of Albert Street and Victoria Avenue in downtown Regina. In a release from the city, the project needed 25,568 cubic metres of dirt. Other tasks that were performed to complete the project included the restoration of sidewalks surrounding […]

Peace flag raised in front of Regina City Hall

Sep 19, 2019 | 5:33pm

Citizens gathered at Regina City Hall Thursday morning to show their support for peace. A ceremony was hosted in front of city hall near the Peace Fountain to raise the peace flag, marking International Peace Day on September 21. The ceremony was celebrated by activists and Regina Mayor Michael Fougere. “We hope it serves as […]