City of Regina Sustainability Highlights 2017

Here is a list of environmental sustainability objectives that the City of Regina has taken on since 2008, as well as a few upcoming projects. What do you think we should add to this list? Continue reading

Council discussion on Truth and Reconciliation

The City of Regina is moving ahead with its adoption of recommendations put forward in the Truth and Reconciliation Report. Continue reading

SaskForward means changes for Regina

There were a lot of great conversations today at the SaskForward event here in Regina. Continue reading

It's time for Regina to develop a plan to end homelessness

It's time for Regina to follow the lead of communities like Medicine Hat and develop a strategy to end homelessness. Continue reading

TRC and land development issues discussed at the Jan. 18 Executive Committee meeting

Here's a summary of two issues council members discussed at the January 18, 2017 Executive Committee meeting. You can find a PDF of the public agenda here. Continue reading

Regina should make Housing First strategy a priority in 2017

Here's a letter to the editor I wrote about Housing First in Regina (Leader Post, January 5, 2017). The LP’s coverage of Housing First success stories reminds us that an end to homelessness is possible. Continue reading

How will the property reassessment impact your tax rate?

How will property reassessments impact your municipal tax rates? Here's some background as well as details about the appeal process. Continue reading

Are the electronic billboards on Sask Drive too bright?

During the campaign, residents living near Saskatchewan Drive complained about the brightness of electronic signs along that busy street. Here's the deal... and a chance for residents to get involved in change. Continue reading

Ward 3 Community Council Potluck, January 9

On January 9, join neighbours and community members for the second Ward 3 Community Council meeting at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre. Continue reading

Update on 1915 Retallack motion

Here's an update on the 1915 Retallack Street park development motion. Continue reading