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Regina Mayor Michael Fougere is travelling to Ottawa this week to attend a meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) Big City Mayors' Caucus (BCMC).

Mayors from most of Canada’s major cities are expected to attend the meeting. Much of the discussion is expected to focus on Phase 2 of the federal government’s infrastructure funding plans, which will see $81 billion injected...
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Who We Are Wednesday:

Wes Champ was a local hotelier who was deeply involved in the local sports world. Initially, Wes Champ owned the Champ’s Hotel along with his brothers Stewart and Dave, but he opened his own hotel on the corner of Rose Street and 11th Avenue in 1926. The Champlain Hotel was known by various names over the years – Drake, Sheraton Drake, Chelton Inn – and along with the...
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Drivers, please be aware of restrictions on this section of 1st Avenue North for Wednesday, January 18: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Traffic advisory – lane closed - 1st Avenue North – McCarthy Boulevard to McSherry Crescent - City of Regina

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Timeline Tuesday:

The Regina Public Library has played an important role in Regina since the city’s earliest days. It all started in 1907, when a group of Reginans presented Regina City Council with a petition asking that a public library be established. In response, a bylaw was passed on January 17, 1908 - 109 years ago today - enabling the formation of a public library.

Over the course...
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A national recall has been issued for 1.5 million Kidde smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarms in Canada because they may not chirp in the case of an emergency.

National recall issued for 1.5 million smoke detector, carbon monoxide alarms

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Have a great weekend, everyone! The Interactive team will return to the office on Monday, January 16 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.

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...
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Fast Fact Friday:

Did you know that the first commercial radio station in the province, CKCK Radio, was founded by The Leader in 1922 and aired the world’s first complete hockey broadcast in March, 1923?
When the station was operated on full strength, its broadcasts could be heard within a 1,200 mile radius!

In honour of Public Radio Broadcast Day today, take a moment to check out a couple...
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This westbound section of Saskatchewan Drive will be closed on January 13 starting at 9 a.m.: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Traffic advisory – road closed - Saskatchewan Drive – Angus Street to Rae Street - City of Regina

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Everyone should have the opportunity to let loose and dance in whatever way the music moves them, regardless of musical taste, dance style or ability.

The City of Regina is pleased to offer the "What’s Your Style?" dance class. It’s an inclusive dance class, open to everyone, but adapted to meet the needs of individuals experiencing disability. Instruction will be based on a variety of dance...
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Work on the sewer system at Rae Street, between Sunset Drive and Somerville Road, has been delayed due to the cold weather. It will resume on Monday, January 16 and will take between three and five days to complete, weather dependent. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Traffic advisory - road closed - Rae Street - Sunset Drive to Somerville Road - City of Regina

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Throwback Thursday:

In honour of Pharmacist Day, let’s take a look back at Robert Martin, pharmacist, Mayor, and early pioneer. The Martin family came to what would become Regina starting in 1882, and Robert arrived as a druggist in 1883. He was one of the 1887 founders of the Canada Drug and Book Company, which came into being when the bookstores of Peter Lamont and Charles H. Black and the...
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The proposed 2017 Budget was announced today. It maintains services and service levels, continues to invest in infrastructure renewal, advances growth and maintains affordability.

The homeowner with an assessed value of $300,000 will pay an additional $8.48/month for the municipal portion of their property taxes in 2017, making Regina one of the most affordable places to live in Canada.

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Budget - City of Regina

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Who We Are Wednesday:

Today is “Milk Day”, established to celebrate the beginning of milk delivery in glass bottles, an advancement that made milk consumption much safer and more sanitary. In Regina, this advancement was encouraged by a young doctor named William Alexander Thomson.

Thomson settled in Regina in 1903 and would practice medicine there for the next several decades, as well as...
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Dr. William Alexander Thomson (1869-1954) - City of Regina

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Drivers, please be aware that this section of road will be closed for five days starting Wednesday, January 11: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Traffic advisory - road closed - Rae Street - Sunset Drive to Somerville Road - City of Regina

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Timeline Tuesday:

Regina’s first mayor, David L. Scott, Q.C. was elected 133 years ago today (January 10, 1884). 213 votes were cast at that election “without riot or bloodshed” as the Regina Leader noted in its January 17, 1884 edition.

Council meetings were held in Dr. Cotton’s hall on Broad Street on the first and third Monday of each month. Scott organized the Regina Blazers, a...
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Have a great weekend, everyone! The Interactive team will return to the office Monday, January 9 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.

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...
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Online Request Form - City of Regina

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Fast Fact Friday:

-City crews work 22 hours a day, seven days a week clearing snow and sanding icy sections.
-We sand intersections, curves, bridge decks and merge lanes.
-Vehicle tires carry and spread the sand.
-We sand Category 1 and 2 areas every 24 hours, Category 3 and 4 every 48 hours, at a minimum.
- High-speed roadways have dedicated sanders.
-We have not begun liquid salt trials yet...
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