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Regina celebrates new joint-use schools

September 13, 2017 -

Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre, along with Regina Public and Catholic School Divisions, joined students and staff at École Harbour Landing School and St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School to celebrate the grand opening of their new K-8 joint-use school, one of three built in Regina. “We are pleased...

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PCL reaches substantial completion of Mosaic Stadium

August 31, 2016 -

PCL Construction Management Inc. has achieved a significant construction milestone with the substantial completion of the new $278.2 million Mosaic Stadium in Regina. “The Stadium project, as part of the larger Regina Revitalization Project, represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to create...

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Class is in Session

February 23, 2011 -

At the inaugural National Infrastructure Summit this January in Regina, panellist Robert Hilton called the term “infrastructure deficit” a product of “1980s branding” and chalked it up to a marketing tool. He said, “What we really have in our Canadian municipalities is debt. And debt is manageable.” Delegates...

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A Tale of Three Cities

May 4, 2010 -

“Regina has never had a master plan before,” says Mayor Pat Fiacco. “Before this, everything was done on an ad hoc basis.” What’s so great about a plan? For starters

Categories: Features

$1.3M for Regina Infrastructure

March 28, 2008 -

The City of Regina will benefit from new roads, improved safety and reduced traffic congestion after yesterday’s announcement of a joint investment from federal and provincial governments under the Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (MRIF). Municipal Affairs Minister Bill Hutchinson...

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Public Transit Money for All

March 28, 2008 -

Several provinces and one territory will receive funding for capital investments to improve public transit, federal government representatives announced yesterday. Nova Scotia will receive $14 million, said Peter McKay, Minister of National Defence and Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency...

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Regina and Saskatoon residents satisfied with environmental protection; Toronto residents not

March 23, 2007 -

Yesterday morning the Canada West Foundation released a survey on urban attitudes towards the environment and found that Regina and Saskatoon residents are most satisfied with environmental protection; Greater Toronto residents the least. Other key results include: Air quality is a high priority...

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CWF Releases New Big City/Provincial Partnership Blueprint

September 27, 2005 -

The rise of the information economy, coupled with expanded global trade and increased international economic competition, has vaulted big cities to a level of importance that renders archaic the intergovernmental debates of the past. Recent discussions of the "urban agenda" further highlight the need...

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