Have a great weekend! In case of a public service emergency, call 306-777-7000. We will return Monday, March 27 at 8 a.m.

Please remember that all bodies of water can be dangerous at this time of year. Stay safe and keep children away from lakes, creeks and storm channels during thin-ice conditions. It is also important to keep dogs on a leash when close to bodies of water.

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Fast Fact Friday:

Treated wastewater is released to the Wascana Creek. We make sure that it is clean and safe for those who call it home.

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It's your last chance to tell us what kind of play elements you'd like to see at Hudson Park (3890 Parliament Avenue) and Mable Brown Park (255 Mikkelson Drive).

Complete the following surveys by March 24:

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Throwback Thursday:

Today is National Puppy Day. Here is a very good dog helping out with harvest in a field near Regina in about 1908.
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.

Mayor pleased revenue sharing intact, but questions remain - City of Regina

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It’s World Water Day, and this year’s theme is wastewater. Help us protect the river, animals and aquatic life that call it home. Visit epcor.com/worldwaterday

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If you are heading to the General Hospital area between March 21 and March 24 or live in the area, please note pruning crews will be focusing their efforts on 15th Avenue. Parking restrictions apply. Roads where crews are working will be blocked. See more information on the tree pruning schedule.

Tree & Yard Care - City of Regina

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Who We Are Wednesday:

In honour of CFL Week, let’s look at the members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders who perished on Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 on December 9, 1956. This flight, which was carrying five players from the East-West All-Star game in Vancouver, British Columbia back to their home cities, crashed into Mount Slesse near Chilliwack, British Columbia, killing all 62 people...
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Engraved On A Nation: The Crash of Flight 810 Trailer

Before the birth of the modern day Grey Cup in 1958 there was an annual East vs. West All-Star game. In 1956, Vancouver's Empire Field hosted the annual game...

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Drivers, please be aware that this section of road will be closed on Sunday, March 26: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Traffic Advisory – Road Closed - 11th Avenue – Hamilton Street to Lorne Street - City of Regina

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Not all paper is created equal. Some things should not go down the toilet. We tested to see what happens to flushable wipes, paper towel, toilet paper and tissue when they are left in water. Watch to learn what paper products break down in water.

Think Before You Flush!

How do different paper products break down in water? We tested paper towel, wipes, toilet paper and tissue to see what happens. Remember to think before you ...

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Starting April 2, the City of Regina Landfill will be open on Sundays as it switches to its spring and summer hours schedule.

Spring/Summer hours are as follows:

Sunday to Saturday and statutory holidays: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Entry gates close 15 minutes before the end of the day to allow vehicles to unload and exit the landfill by closing time.

Visit Regina.ca/waste for more information.
Timeline Tuesday:

This week is the first ever “CFL Week,” and Saskatchewan – home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, some of the greatest fans in the league, and a brand-new stadium – was given the honour to host this inaugural event!

The Roughriders, in existence since 1910, have been part of the Canadian Football Council since the beginning: January 19, 1958, the day that the CFL withdrew...
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Notable Milestones - Taylor Field /Mosaic Stadium

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Ever wonder what happens after you flush the toilet? There’s more going on than you think. Learn more at epcor.com/worldwaterday

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Have a great weekend, everyone!

If you're planning on celebrating St. Patrick's day downtown tonight. Please remember to choose a safe ride home. Most Regina Transit downtown buses will be in service until 12:15 a.m.

In case of a public service emergency at any time over the weekend, please contact Service Regina directly at 306-777-7000. Submit less urgent requests by filling out our...
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Online Request Form - City of Regina

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Tree pruning work is still ongoing in the General Hospital area. If you live in the area or are visiting, review the pruning schedule for March 17 to 24.

Roads where pruning is happening will be blocked for safety.

Tree & Yard Care - City of Regina

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Fast Fact Friday:

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Regina! Did you know that both O'Hanlon's Irish Pub and the former McNally’s Tavern opened on St. Patrick’s Day, 2001?
Last chance to tell us what you think about outdoor smoking! Survey closes today (March 16) at 5 p.m. Regina.ca/Smoking
Who We Are Wednesday:

Yesterday was the 111th anniversary of Saskatchewan women being granted the right to vote and run in elections. In honour of this day, today’s "Who We Are Wednesday" looks at an indigenous female politician, Eleanor Brass.

Eleanor Brass (1905-1992) was born Eleanor Dieter on the Peepeekisis Reserve. Eleanor came from a family of aboriginal leaders – among her ancestors...
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New developments in northeast Regina have resulted in increased traffic volumes on Prince of Wales Drive. To accommodate the increased traffic and future growth, the City will be extending the twinning of Prince of Wales Drive from Eastgate Drive to Dewdney Avenue. The work is planned to take place from May to October of 2017.

The public is invited to a come-and-go session to learn more about...
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Timeline Tuesday:

It was 101 years ago today that the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan granted Saskatchewan women the right to vote and run in provincial elections. While Saskatchewan made the change fairly early, as the second province to pass the bill following Manitoba, the entire country wouldn’t be united in this cause until the last province conceded in 1951.

Though the 1916...
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