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Have a great weekend, everyone! Please be aware that Regina.ca will be down for scheduled maintenance on Sunday, February 26 from 8 to 10 a.m.

The Interactive team will return to the office on Monday, February 27 at 8 a.m. Just a reminder, our social media channels are only monitored during business hours, Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
We're asking you to butt in as we consider butting out.

Light up our survey and open houses by telling us what you think about smoking in outdoor public spaces.

Visit Regina.ca/Smoking to take our online survey, or attend one of these open houses:

Wednesday, March 8
City Hall
5:30 p.m.
(for Local Businesses and Event Organizers)

Thursday, March 9
Cathedral Community Centre, 2900 13th...
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Smoking Bylaw Consultation - City of Regina

Throwback Thursday:

Today is “Curling is Cool Day”, so this Throwback Thursday takes us to the 1994 World Champion Women’s Curling Team! Also known as the Sandra Schmirler Team, the team formed in 1990 and went on to win several championships, including the World Curling Championships in 1993, 1994 and 1997.

The team, from left to right: Joan McCusker, Marcia Gudereit, Sandra Schmirler, Jan...
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Tree pruning operations in the General Hospital area have been revised for this week. Roads where pruning crews will be working will be blocked off for safety reasons. We appreciate your patience.

Schedule for Feb. 23 to Feb. 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Feb. 23 : 2300 Ottawa St.
Feb. 23, 24: 2300 block of Ottawa St.
2300 block of Montreal St.
Feb. 25: 2000 and...
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Our spring session of fitness programs begins in March! Check out the current Leisure Guide to find all sorts of fun and fitness happening in the City like Aquacise, Yoga, High Intensity Interval Training, Baby & Me classes, Surfset, Zumba, and so much more!

Register by calling 306-777- PLAY (7529) or visit us online today at [ Activecommunities.com Link ]


You only have until March 1 to submit your memories of historic Mosaic Stadium! Yours could be included in an art project that will be displayed at new Mosaic Stadium!

Visit [ Bit.ly Link ] to send in yours!

Art Project - City of Regina

Who We Are Wednesday:

Today is Boy Scouts Day. The Boy Scouts played a very important role in the Regina Cyclone of 1912. The F4 tornado caused widespread destruction when it hit on June 30, 1912. It was Canada’s deadliest tornado, with 28 dead and 10% of the city’s population left homeless.

George Appleby was a Scoutmaster for the Second Troop of the Regina Boy Scouts. Appleby had...
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We want to hear from you what kind of recreation programs and facilities you would like to be included in the 20-year Recreation Master Plan! We are hosting two public meetings that you can attend:

Wednesday, February 22
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Regina Sportplex (public seating area near the café)
1717 Elphinstone Street

Thursday, February 23
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Central Library...
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Recreation - City of Regina

Sewer relining work continues on 7th Avenue.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this project will be extended to the end of March.
News: The Regina Pats will host the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup in 2018. Details: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Canadian Hockey League

Timeline Tuesday:

Today is "Mother Tongue Day", a day to celebrate the diversity of languages in our community. Regina’s demographics have changed a lot over the years. Today’s image is taken from the book "Regina: An Illustrated History" by Dr. J. William Brennan. The table shows the ethnic origins of Regina’s population from 1901-1981.

Wikipedia reports that, according to the 2011...
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City of Regina holiday schedule
Family Day – Monday, February 20

Civic Offices: Closed
Landfill: Open 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Entry gates close at 5:15 p.m.
Garbage Collection: All garbage will be picked up as usual.
Recycling: All recycling will be picked up as usual.
Regina Transit: Service provided using the Sunday schedules. Information Centre and RideLine closed.
Paratransit Service:...
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City of Regina holiday schedule Family Day – Monday, February 20 - City of Regina

With the appearance of warmer weather comes pothole season. Our crews are out making temporary repairs to potholes using cold mix. Once construction season begins, crews use hot asphalt for a longer-term repair. You can report dangerous or large potholes to Service Regina at 306-777-7000.

Have a great weekend, everyone! The Interactive team will return to the office Tuesday, February 21 at 8 a.m.
Want something fun and free to do this weekend with your kids? Drop in this Sunday, Feb. 19 at the What’s Your Style class for five to nine year olds. No cost. Just show up at the Sportplex and let your kids dance away!

This City of Regina class is about creating an opportunity for your kids to let loose and dance in whatever way the music moves, regardless of musical taste, dance style or...
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Utility eBill adds a new feature. Now you can see your water consumption history by month at a glance with an easy-to-review 24 month consumption graph. Most of us use more water in the summer months. Do you?

Find out by signing up for Utility eBill today.
You will:
• Receive an email when your monthly Utility bill is ready that lets you know the total amount of your bill
• Receive one...
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Create MyAccount - City of Regina

Here is the latest update on tree pruning operations in the General Hospital area the week of Feb. 16 to Feb. 25. Roads where pruning crews will be working will be blocked off for safety reasons. This schedule is tentative depending on weather and unforeseen circumstances. Please check back.

Schedule for Feb. 16 to Feb. 25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Feb. 16, 17: 2000 to 2100 block Osler St.
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Fast Fact Friday:

Monday, February 20 marks the return of Waskimo, Regina’s winter festival on Wascana Lake. Did you know Waskimo started in 1975 and was held every year until 2003, when the dredging for the Big Dig lake deepening project forced its cancellation?

After 14 years Waskimo is back, with a full slate of events! Enjoy these images of Waskimo's past: a chilly Mayor Henry Baker...
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Help reduce flooding in your neighbourhood by clearing blocked or frozen catch basins of snow, ice and debris. Clearing them will allow melting ice and snow to enter the storm drainage system. Locate your nearest catch basin: [ Bit.ly Link ]

If you can’t unblock your catch basin, please contact Service Regina 306-777-7000.