Regina’s Mayor is pleased to see the province’s revenue sharing formula remains intact, but Michael Fougere notes there is uncertainty around other changes and downloading measures in the provincial budget that may significantly impact the city.
The City of Regina today officially unveiled the Landfill Gas to Energy Facility, which uses waste gas from the landfill to generate electricity.
Regina has a new Acting Director of Fire and Protective Services – Layne Jackson.
Residential development was strong in February with $12.8 million in building permits issued. Total value of building permits so far in 2017 is $45.2 million.
Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS) responded to a house fire at 1729 Connaught Street on Saturday, February 25 that claimed the life of one person.
Regina Fire & Protective Services (RF&PS) responded to a fully involved house fire at 936 Argyle Street on Wednesday, March 1.
Finding City of Regina information just got easier with today’s launch of a new Open Data website.
Light up our survey and open houses by telling us what you think about smoking in outdoor public spaces like parks, pools, athletic fields and festivals.
Regina City Council approved the City’s $437 million 2017 General Operating Budget with a 2.99 mill rate increase plus the continuing 1% investment dedicated to renew residential roads.
The spark that led to the creation of Confederation Park 90 years ago is being reignited as students across Regina and local artists gather today to create artwork for the park when it opens later this year.