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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 […]

New Floral Conservatory coming to Wascana

New Floral Conservatory coming to Wascana

Photo: Conceptual Design for the new Floral Conservatory Designed by 1080 Architecture, Planning + Interior Design The Regina Floral Conservatory (RFC) is one of Regina’s “Hidden Gems”. The RFC is open seven days a week from September to June with free admission and provides a unique, tranquil indoor tropical garden of enjoyment and education for […]

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 […]

REMAX Regina Events Calendar

REMAX Regina Events Calendar

 Click here to ADD the Calendar to your Google Calendar! May 10th-11th Saskatchewan Pet Expo With more attractions and entertainment each year, the largest Pet Show in Saskatchewan and they would like your participation to continue to grow and help make this another successful and exciting event for everyone! Pet experts, rescues, veterinary clinics, […]

Earth Day, Making a Difference

Earth Day, Making a Difference

Earth Day is an annual event on April 22nd in which various events and demonstrations are held worldwide to help raise awareness and support for environmental protection. The 2019 theme for Earth Day is to protect threatened and endangered species. History of Earth Day During the Santa Barbara oil spill in 1969 more than three […]

World’s Largest T-Rex Coming to Regina May 17.

World’s Largest T-Rex Coming to Regina May 17.

Between 245 and 66 million years ago dinosaurs walked the earth, today we only have a glimpse into the past through the remainder of their fossilized bones. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) will have the opportunity to display their very first full-size cast of dinosaur skeletal model “Scotty the T-rex” The RSM cast of Scotty’s […]

Regina’s Outdoor Farmers Market

Regina’s Outdoor Farmers Market

Spring is here and it’s time to take advantage of the warmer weather. The outdoor spring season of the Regina’s Farmers Market (RFM) is just around the corner. Since 1975, farmers in Saskatchewan have been gathering in parks, parking lots and streets to exhibit their hand made produce during the short fall harvest season. RFM […]