03
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: cathedral, Education, Holy Rosary School, news, Regina Catholic School Board, Regina Catholic School Division, Regina News, Saskatchewan News

Regina Catholic School Board looking for partners to keep community school open – Regina

The Regina Catholic School Board is looking to find partners who can help develop a business plan and keep a school in the Cathedral neighbourhood open. Holy Rosary School has approximately 96 students. Board chairperson Vicky Bonnell said if partners aren’t found, the school will be closed by June…
26
Feb
2021
Posted by: In: Business, Canada, Changemakers award, Economy, Edmund Bellegarde, FHQ Developments, File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council, Indigenous Business, James Cowan, Muscowpetung, news, Regina, Report on Business magazine, The Globe and Mail, Thomas Benjoe

FHQ Developments CEO amongst Globe and Mail award winners

An award aimed on showcasing emerging leaders who are transforming business today have announced 50 inaugural winners, including a man from the Muscowpetung First Nation. Thomas Benjoe, the CEO of FHQ Developments, earned a 2021 Report on Business Changemakers award from The Globe and Mail. “I appreciate the recognition…
19
Feb
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Coronavirus, coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, Gud Eats, news, regina COVID-19, Regina News, Restaurant Canada, Saskatchewan Coronavirus, Saskatchewan News, SkipTheDishes, Vegan

Pandemic, 3rd-party delivery fees play role in Güd Eats closure in Regina: owner

The restaurant industry in Saskatchewan has seen another casualty as the coronavirus pandemic continues to create challenges for local businesses. Gud Eats, a 100-per cent vegan fast food restaurant, announced it is closing its Regina location as of Feb. 28. “Unfortunately, COVID-19 has taken a toll on a number…
12
Jan
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Christmas, Gift Baskets, JT Candy Creations, news, Regina Care Home, Regina News, Seniors, Wheat Queens and Prairie Things

Gift baskets to be donated to Regina seniors left empty-handed over holidays – Regina

A local business has stepped up and is hoping to make things right for seniors at a Regina care home who were left empty-handed over the holidays, after being promised gift baskets they never received. Last October, Jackie Harrower said she was contacted by Justin Newberry, the owner of…
04
Jan
2021
Posted by: In: All Nations Hope Network, Awasiw, Canada, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Drop-in shelter, Health, Regina News, Regina shelter, Regina Warm Up Centre, Saskatchewan News, Shelter, Warm up centre, YWCA REGINA

New Regina warm-up station expands hours, does more than just keep people out of cold – Regina

A handful of people walked off the street and out of the cold into Regina’s new warm-up station around noon on Monday, marking the first day of its 24-hour operations. Awasiw: A Place of Hope is a partnership between All Nations Hope Network (ANHN) and YWCA Regina. It opened…
29
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Canada, Decision Saskatchewan, Politics, Regina Walsh Acres, Sask Election, Sask Election 2020, Sask Politics, Saskatchewan Election, Saskatchewan Election 2020, Saskatchewan Election Regina Walsh Acres, Sk election, SK Election 2020

Saskatchewan election: Regina Walsh Acres

Summary A new MLA will be elected in Regina Walsh Acres after Saskatchewan Party MLA Warren Steinley resigned his seat after winning the Regina-Lewvan riding for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2019 federal election. Boundaries Regina Walsh Acres includes the neighbourhoods of Regent Park, Walsh Acres and…
28
Aug
2020
Posted by: In: Bylaw, Canada, Consumer, Policy, Rideshare, rideshare Saskatchewan, RM of Edenwold, Uber

RM of Edenwold announces new ride-hailing bylaw – Regina

The RM of Edenwold, along with 10 other area municipalities, have created a policy to allow ride-hailing companies to begin operating quickly in their communities. Read more: Uber ridesharing now available in the Queen City “We have been talking to Uber and are looking forward to having rideshare services available soon,…
01
Apr
2016
Posted by: In: Canada, Grocery Store, Regina, Save on Foods

Save-On-Foods comes to Regina – Regina

REGINA – Shoppers in Regina have a new option for their groceries with the opening of the first Save-On-Foods in the province. The Vancouver-based chain has had prairie plans for a while now, but first needed to get the infrastructure in place. “We built our warehouse in Edmonton recently and…
20
Dec
2011
Posted by: In: Politics

City of Regina to go deep with business partner on proposed football stadium

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 20, 2011 8:38 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ REGINA – City council in Regina has voted in favour of working with a private-sector partner to…
20
Dec
2011
Posted by: In: news

City of Regina to go deep with business partner on proposed football stadium

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 20, 2011 7:18 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ REGINA – City council in Regina has voted in favour of working with a private-sector partner to…