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Regina Pats to Suit Up with Don Cherry in February

Regina Pats to Suit Up with Don Cherry in February

January 18, 2019 The Regina Pats will be looking a little snazzier than usual during a home game in February as the WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry to Promote Organ Donation. For the second season in a row, RE/MAX Western Canada is partnering with the WHL to raise funds and awareness for the Kidney […]

RBC reduces fixed mortgage rate

RBC reduces fixed mortgage rate

January 17, 2019 Some good news has been released for homebuyers looking to take out a mortgage. Canada’s largest bank, The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), has cut down one of their mortgage rates, which hints that lower rates may be coming across other banks. RBC had an advertised rate of 3.89 per cent, but […]

RE/MAX sales rep rides 28,000km for “Motorcycle for Miracles”

RE/MAX sales rep rides 28,000km for “Motorcycle for Miracles”

January 14, 2019 Bruce Johnson, a RE/MAX sales representative, and his daughter hit the road by motorcycle in August on a months-long journey called “Motorcycle for Miracles” to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). CMN in a nonprofit organization that raises funds for a network of 170 partner hospitals across North America. The […]

5 stories to follow in 2019

5 stories to follow in 2019

January 2, 2019 Opposition to the carbon tax continues Trudeau’s carbon tax will be heading to court next month. Saskatchewan is inquiring the court as to whether or not the federally-imposed carbon tax is unconstitutional. Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe, who took over for Brad Wall in January last year, declared he is as fervently opposed […]

Habitat for Humanity hands keys to 10 new homeowners

Habitat for Humanity hands keys to 10 new homeowners

Photo Source: Facebook/Habitat for Humanity Regina December 5, 2018 After a long wait, 10 Regina families partnered with Habitat for Humanity received the keys to their new home as part of the organization’s latest build. Habitat for Humanity is an organization that aims to reduce poverty by assisting low-income families with homeownership. “It’s kind of […]

Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project receives $33.6 million in funding

Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project receives $33.6 million in funding

November 27, 2018 On Friday, an announcement was made that the city, provincial and federal governments will each chip in $11.2 million (totaling $33.6 million) toward Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project that aims to provide a diversity of housing in the area. The $500 million project was initially announced in 2015 following the city’s acquisition of […]

RE/MAX Crown Real Estate receives philanthropy award

RE/MAX Crown Real Estate receives philanthropy award

November 22, 2018 The Association of Fundraising Professionals – South Sask Chapter hosted their 17th Annual National Philanthropy Day® (NPD) Luncheon at the Conexus Arts Centre on November 14. NPD is a day that recognizes the contributions and accomplishments made by individuals and businesses to help better the lives of members in their community, and […]

Regina mayor defends subdivision expansion despite slow housing market

Regina mayor defends subdivision expansion despite slow housing market

October 16, 2018 Sales in Regina’s housing market are sluggish right now, but last month city council voted in favour of a plan to further expand the southeast end of the city by 690-hectares over 20 years, which could contain even more residential neighbourhoods. In September this year, the Association of Regina Realtors recorded only […]