The Saskatchewan Science Centre will re-open Thursday, Second Doses Eligibility Drops to 60+ OR Anyone Immunized on or Before March 29, and Federal government grants travel exemption for final rounds of Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Time to VOTE for your Favourite “Grate” Name, Queen City Exhibitions Announces New Dates, & The City is taking applications for $200,000 in grants to make sports & recreation activities more inclusive.
SGI proposes vehicle rate changes starting in 2022, CFL team unveils new name, Connor Bedard named WHL East Division’s top rookie, Second Doses Age Rolls Down to 65+ OR March 22, and Changes to Public Health Orders.
Today kicks of Pride Month, Queen City Pride 2021 will be a “hybrid festival” full of events and activities that can be enjoyed in many different ways. ALL of the SGI cheques are officially in the Mail! and the Top City of Regina earners.
Step One of Saskatchewan’s Reopening Plan Started Yesterday, Second Doses Available as of May 29 for 70 Years and Older OR Anyone Immunized on or Before March 15; Additional Booked Appointments Added to Patient Booking System, NHL working on Canadian quarantine exemption for Stanley Cup playoffs.