City Council approved a new collective bargaining agreement for Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Regina Outside City Workers Local 21 at last night’s City Council meeting, and the City and CUPE Local 7 have reached a tentative agreement, pending Union and Council approval.
Today, Regina Mayor Michael Fougere and the RM of Sherwood Reeve Kevin Eberle signed an agreement that forges a new relationship between the two municipalities.
Beginning Thursday, November 7 northbound lanes of Broad Street will be closed, to allow construction for water work.
Holiday Schedule - Remembrance Day - Monday, November 11
Snow started falling on the City of Regina at approximately 1 a.m. last night. Winter Maintenance crews were on shift and immediately began to cycle through the Category 1 and 2 streets as per the Winter Maintenance Policy.
RM of Qu’Appelle No. 157
The public is invited to a come and go Open House to learn about and provide feedback on a townhouse development located at 3440 Avonhurst Drive (former St. Timothy Lutheran Church site).
Now is the time of year to make sure your carbon monoxide detectors are installed and working properly.
The City of Regina is pleased that the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 588 and its President, Don Baker, have agreed to return the bargaining table.
As winter draws near, City crews are working hard to keep our roads safe and clear for residents.
On Wednesday, October 23, 2013, the City of Regina took the unusual step of filing an Unfair Labour Practice complaint with the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board.
The City of Regina hereby gives notice, pursuant to sections 101 and 102 of The Cities Act and the Public Notice Policy Bylaw, Bylaw No. 2003-8 of its intention to consider long-term debt financing for the first phase of the Regina Revitalization Initiative (RRI).
Notice is hereby given that City Council will consider the closure and sale or lease of the following public highway in the city of Regina
Regina’s new Transportation Master Plan is taking shape and we want your ideas on how to achieve the plan’s goals around driving, biking, walking or taking transit in Regina.
To improve traffic flow on 11th Avenue in the downtown core, the City of Regina will be installing advance left-turn arrows for westbound traffic at the following locations on Wednesday, October 23.