Chris Holden, City Manager, announced today that Barry Lacey, CPA, CA, CMA will be joining the City as the Executive Director, Financial & Corporate Services, effective October 30, 2017.
The City of Regina eagerly anticipates the federal government’s long overdue National Housing Strategy that could transform Canada’s housing system for the long term.
Mayor Michael Fougere has proclaimed Waste Reduction Week in Regina. Waste Reduction Week is a national environmental campaign that builds awareness around issues of sustainable and responsible consumption and promotes actions that divert more waste from the Landfill.
Under shared funding with the federal government, the City will spend $17.2 million on expanding and enhancing our transit and paratransit systems, with $8.6 million coming from the City and $8.6 million from the federal government.
Building permit values for the month of September were over $43.9 million, a 12 per cent increase from the same month last year. The year-to-date value has also pulled ahead of the 2016 total, with over $471 million worth of permits issued so far in 2017.
The City of Regina is proud to participate, alongside and in partnership with many local organizations and individuals, in commemorating the annual “Orange Shirt Day”, recognized this year on September 29.
Snow routes help improve traffic flow after a storm by expediting snow clearing operations with a declared 24-hour parking ban along a designated routes.
The City of Regina is commemorating the official signing of Treaty 4 on September 15, 1874 in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, by flying Treaty 4 flags on the Albert Street Bridge.
Mayor Michael Fougere is participating in a panel at the 63rd International Downtown Association’s (IDA) Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Winnipeg on Friday morning where he will outline Regina’s vision for downtown revitalization.
After a national search for a new fire chief, Regina City Manager Chris Holden today announced the appointment of Layne Jackson.