Heritage Community Association Executive Director Kathleen Wilson and Regina Police Service Staff Sergeant Lorilee Davies address the concerns regarding neighbourhood safety.
On Saturday, September 24, 2016, your Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Mosaic Stadium. The streets will once again be fill with green-clad pedestrians and motorists, so exercise plenty of patience while driving. It’s calling for rain and only +12 degrees, so dress for the weather. (Rider ponchos are all the rage these…Details
Tomorrow (Saturday, July 16th, 2016) your Saskatchewan Roughriders will take on the B.C. Lions at 5:00 p.m. The streets surrounding Mosaic Stadium will become a sea of green, which means lots of foot and vehicle traffic and (hopefully) lots of patient drivers. All motorists in the vicinity of Mosaic Stadium are asked to exercise good…Details
The Regina Police Service is reminding members of the public that they CAN make a difference when it comes to crime prevention. In fact, public adoption of simple crime prevention strategies makes a huge difference when it comes to reducing victimization and lowering crime rates – one well-lit doorstep, locked door or phone call…Details
It’s getting colder again, and the Regina Police would like to once again remind the public of the risks in leaving your vehicle running while unoccupied. An unoccupied, running vehicle is a sign to opportunists that the keys are likely in the ignition, which increases the likelihood that the vehicle will be stolen. However; the…Details