Due to the Grey Cup Parade, which is commencing tomorrow (November 26, 2013) at 11:00 a.m. at Mosaic Stadium, Regina Police is advising motorists to expect delays and disruptions in traffic flow on Albert Street tomorrow. Regina Police Service will facilitate temporary road closures as the procession heads southbound from Albert and 10th Avenue and…Details
The Regina Police Service reports that there were very few incidents directly related to Grey Cup from November 20-25, in spite of the many events and festivities associated to the 101st Grey Cup Festival. In the planning phase of the Police Operations Plan, officers were asked to cross-reference any calls related to Grey Cup festivities…Details
Due to high capacity at venues for tonight’s celebrations, sales of one day passes are currently suspended. Police are asking fans not to head to venues without a pre-purchased ticket. Riderville is at full capacity, but you can still get into other venues at this time with a pre-purchased ticket.
The Regina Police Service wishes to advise the public that there will be video surveillance systems in use in selected locations during the week of the 101st Grey Cup Festival. Video surveillance systems include closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs), as well as video, still-frame, digital and time-lapse cameras. The Regina Police Service believes there is a…Details
The Regina Police Service, like the rest of our city, is preparing to do its part in hosting the 101st Grey Cup celebrations. The Regina Police Service is committed to providing a safe environment and maintaining high quality service. The Regina Police Service has been working closely with partners and stakeholders in sharing information and…Details