Below is our list of vendors attending our Fall 2018 Trade Show. Remember that it takes place on November 17, 10am to 4pm at McLurg School. We hope to see you there!
On Tuesday, October 23, the City will host an opportunity for residents to meet City leadership.
From 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., senior members of City Administration will be at the City Hall Cafeteria to meet with residents and discuss City programs, services and priorities.
More information can be found online at: Regina.ca/conversation
Please note that entry will be through the front entrance to City Hall at 2476 Victoria Avenue. Free parking is available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the City parkade located behind City Hall.
We have received requests from residents of Prairie View for a Forever… in Motion program to be ran in the community. To get started, however, there is a need for someone over the age of 50 to volunteer to take the leader position, which would involve attending a Leadership Training seminar over the course of 4 days (one day a week). Attached below is the poster with more information. If you are at all interested, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as contacting RQHR with the contact information found in the poster.
More information on Forever… in Motion can be found here: www.rqhealth.ca/forever-in-motion
This Saturday is your last chance to benefit from Household Hazardous Waste Days this year! Drop off your propane tanks, fertilizers, aerosols, paint and more to the City’s Public Works Yard at 2400 6th Avenue between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
For your safety and the safety of our staff, chemicals must be properly packaged and labelled.
Send your waste to a better place and protect our environment for future generations.
For full details and a list of acceptable items, visit Regina.ca/waste.
City Council has approved moving forward with a pilot project prior to implementing
a year-round curbside organic (food and yard) waste collection and processing
service. Organic waste makes up about 50 per cent of residential waste and is a
resource that can be used to make valuable products like nutrient-rich compost and
More info can be found at the following link: https://www.regina.ca/press/news-and-announcements/curbside-organic-waste-pilot-project-coming-to-regina-moving-regina-toward-the-65-per-cent-residential-waste-diversion-target/