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Environment Canada has issued an Extreme Cold Warning that covers the Regina area with temperatures that could drop to -30C, or colder. With the wind chill, it could feel like -40C.Throughout the weekend, including Saturday night, there is a heightened risk of hypothermia and frostbite due to extreme cold temperatures. Hypothermia is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition in which a...
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Have a wonderful weekend, everyone, stay warm! The Interactive team will return to the office Monday, December 12 at 8 a.m.

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

Online Request Form - City of Regina

Public Art Video Feature:

This Friday’s feature is titled “Chief Payepot.” Located in the City Hall Courtyard, this piece is made of Bronze and was unveiled in 2010.

Be sure to tune in next week to learn about the last public art piece in this 12-week video feature.

Chief Payepot | Regina's Public Art

Roads closed Saturday, December 10 for water main leak repairs

Broad Street northbound lanes will be closed for one day. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the southbound lanes.

Dewdney Avenue - Broad Street to St. John Street closed for one day depending on weather and unforeseen circumstances.
Temperatures have dropped. If you or someone you encounter is in need of a warm, safe place, contact Mobile Crisis Services (24/7) at 306-757-0127 or online at mobilecrisis.ca #YQR
Regina Fire & Protective Services reminds residents about the importance of having CO detectors installed and working properly at home. Unlike smoke which rises, Carbon monoxide is an odourless, tasteless and colourless gas which moves freely throughout the home. The fire department recommends installing a CO detector outside all sleeping areas.

Important safety tips:
• Have fuel-burning...
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Carbon Monoxide Safety - City of Regina

Fast Fact Friday:

Today is Anti-Corruption Day. Did you know that Regina owes its existence to a corruption scandal? Lieutenant-Governor Edgar Dewdney was tasked with finding a place to locate the capital city of the new North West Territories. The location would be the site where the railroad would stop, and land there would be very valuable. Rather than picking a spot like Fort Qu’Appelle...
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Drivers should consider alternate routes on Sunday, December 10 as crews will maintain/renovate street lights on the Broad Street underpass between Saskatchewan Drive and Dewdney Avenue. Once completed, lighting on the pedestrian walkway will be improved.

Traffic advisory - lane restricted - Broad Street underpass - Saskatchewan Drive to Dewdney Avenue - City of Regina

Drivers should consider alternate routes on Friday, December 9 as crews will complete underground utility work at the intersection of 12th Avenue and Smith Street.

Traffic advisory - lanes restricted - 12th Avenue and Smith Street - City of Regina

Did you know that most holiday wrapping paper is not recyclable?

Come by one of our Recycle the Right Stuff Information Booths at Victoria Square Mall for reusable or recyclable gift wrapping ideas.

• December 10 - 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• December 11 - 12:30-5 p.m.

• December 17 - 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

• December 18 - 12:30-5 p.m.

Do your part to reduce waste and have a greener holiday season.

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Waste & Recycling - City of Regina

Throwback Thursday:

How often have you imagined travelling to another time, seeing a historical event unfold before your eyes or meeting a famous historical figure in person? Well, today is Pretend to be a Time Traveller Day.

The photo below shows what it might look like if time travel to Regina, c. 1925, were ever successful! TARDIS image courtesy of zir.com.
Regina Residents’ Safety a Priority: Ding in the New Year Returns

Regina Transit and SGI are pleased to partner again to offer free transit and paratransit services for residents on New Year’s Eve with the 29th annual Ding in the New Year. The free bus service will run from 7 p.m. on December 31 to 2:15 a.m. on January 1.

Regina Residents’ Safety a Priority: Ding in the New Year Returns - City of Regina

Regina’s temperature is expected to drop this week, and residents are reminded to take time to prepare for the cold.

Infants, seniors, people taking some medications and those with certain medical conditions – such as diabetes and diseases affecting the blood vessels – are at greater risk in the cold.

Residents reminded to get ready for cold weather - City of Regina

Don't forget to join us tonight for the Tree of Memories ceremony at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. We will be serving hot chocolate and cookies. Remember to dress warmly!

Special and Private Events - City of Regina

Who We Are Wednesday:

Today is Civil Aviation Day, established in 1994 to mark the 50th anniversary of the International Civil Aviation Company’s establishment, a UN agency dedicated to managing international civil aviation standards and policies. In honour of this day, this Who We Are Wednesday post recognizes one of the important players in Regina’s rich civil aviation history.

In 1920,...
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Thank you everyone who came out to the 2016 Light the Lights at City Hall last night!

Although cold, we had a great turn out and fun certainly was had by all. Here’s highlights that capture that fun.
Join us tonight for Light the Lights! Enjoy free entertainment, fun activities and lots to do inside including street culture kidz project, face painting, colouring contest, santa, hot chocolate and more! #YQR

City Hall celebrates the festive season - City of Regina

Open house on Heritage neighbourhood property

Carmichael Outreach has applied to rezone a lot in the Heritage neighbourhood, so the City of Regina is holding an open house for residents and businesses in the area.

Open house on Heritage neighbourhood property - City of Regina

Timeline Tuesday:

It was 134 years ago today (December 6, 1882) that the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) was ordered to relocate its headquarters from Fort Walsh to Regina. Regina had seen the arrival of the railroad and been declared the territorial capital.

Land was purchased in the “Dewdney Section”, west of town center, and a number of temporary, pre-fabricated buildings were...
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Regina is pleased to be designated as a host community for a Canada 150 Kick-Off to 2017 Celebration – “Countdown to Canada’s 150: New Year’s Eve Celebration in Regina”, set to occur the afternoon of Saturday, December 31, 2016, starting at noon and concluding with fireworks at 6 p.m. There are various components to this multi-venue indoor and outdoor event, including multi-cultural and...
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Canada 150 - City of Regina