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Capital Point to be filled!

Capital Point to be filled!

Capital Pointe to be filled! After several years of shifting developers and delays, in 2017 work on the Capital Pointe site had been put to a halt with a gaping hole in the ground creating an eyesore in the heart of Regina’s Downtown. The City of Regina has selected contractors which have begun preparing the […]

Regina Outdoor Pools Now Open!

Regina Outdoor Pools Now Open!

Keep cool and enjoy the summer weather by visiting Regina’s outdoor swimming pools or spray pads around the city. Spray pads and outdoor pools are typically open from mid-June (weather dependent) until September.  OUTDOOR POOLS Operating dates: Jun 13 – Sep 2 (weather permitting) Dewdney Outdoor Pool – FREE 1401 Montague Street | 306-777-7375 […]

City of Regina’s Proposed New Zoning Bylaw

City of Regina’s Proposed New Zoning Bylaw

The proposed Zoning Bylaw 2019 is the result of a comprehensive review of the City’s existing Zoning Bylaw 9250. This review included extensive consultation with Regina residents, developers, architects, home builders, non-profit housing providers, realtors, and community associations. The City is also consolidating sign regulations together under one new proposed Sign Bylaw. Remaining Zoning Clinics Southland Mall Friday, June […]

Gardening Season and Curb Appeal

Gardening Season and Curb Appeal

Gardening season is well among us, with the frost ending we can finally start planting seeds and taking our plants outdoors to enjoy as much sun as possible. Trying to Sell? Curb appeal is a home buyers first impression and many have already made up their mind about a home, before ever setting foot inside. […]

Last Mountain Lake and Area

Last Mountain Lake and Area

History Last Mountain Lake, also known as Long Lake, is a prairie lake formed from glaciation 11,000 years ago. It is located in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada, about 40 km northwest of the city of Regina. It flows into the Qu’Appelle River via Last Mountain Creek which flows past Craven. It is approximately 93 km long, and 3 km wide at its widest point. Last Mountain Lake is the largest […]

Regina Pats suit up with Don Cherry

Regina Pats suit up with Don Cherry

Photo Source: Keith Hershmiller Photography/reginapats.com February 20, 2019 RE/MAX of Western Canada is a proud partner with the Western Hockey League (WHL) to present WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry to Promote Organ Donation. A series of events across WHL markets to promote the importance of organ donation and generate further support of The Kidney […]

Single home buyers hesitant to purchase, despite strong financial means and low debt

Single home buyers hesitant to purchase, despite strong financial means and low debt

Twenty-six per cent of single Canadians are considering purchasing a home on their own, with Atlantic Canada leading the pack at 34 per cent Fifty-two per cent of single Canadians said economic uncertainty and expensive home prices are the biggest factors impacting their decision not to purchase a home on their own As Canadians’ household […]

RE/MAX of Western Canada helps graduating students

RE/MAX of Western Canada helps graduating students

RE/MAX 2019 Quest for Excellence® The Quest for Excellence program is a bursary program for grade 12 students in Western Canada. It was established by RE/MAX of Western Canada to recognize the success and ongoing pursuits of Western Canadian students in regards to leadership and community contribution initiatives.   What is Awarded? RE/MAX of Western […]

Considering selling your home?

Considering selling your home?

February 1, 2019 It’s no secret that Saskatchewan’s real estate market isn’t exactly on the seller’s side right now. The Association of Regina REALTORs® Inc. reported 3,032 total sales in 2018; a seven per cent decrease from 2017 and the lowest number of sales since 2005. Additionally, it took an average of 62 days to sell […]