Telling Regina’s story through its historic places
The historic places, such as the Leader Building, the Regina Indian Industrial School cemetery site and the former MacKenzie residence on College Avenue, help tell our story as a community. The Heritage Holding Bylaw identifies the historic places we value as a community.
We want to hear from you. The City of Regina is reviewing the cultural, economic and historical drivers that shaped our community. These important themes in our history will assist in identifying places that matter. Residents are invited to learn about how the City of Regina identifies and assesses the significance of its historic places at a come-and-go open house:
Thursday, November 9, 2017
5 to 7 p.m.
Regina Performing Arts Centre
The information provided at the open house, including the proposed themes and the comment form, will also be available online at Regina.ca/heritage. Residents are invited to review the information, comment on the themes identified and share their thoughts on the places that matter.