New name revealed for Regina’s International Trade Centre
Viterra and Regina Exhibition Association Limited unveil the Viterra International Trade Centre that will honour the long-term partnership.
Nov 18, 2021
Despite being under construction, Regina’s International Trade Centre is ready for Agribition
It's a transition year for Agribition as the new facility is built, but the show is set to go ahead at the new International Trade Centre while it's still under construction.
Nov 15, 2016
$11M for Regina Trade Centre on council agenda
Regina city councillors will vote on whether the city should contribute $11 million for the construction of the proposed International Trade Centre at Evraz Place
Jul 27, 2015
International Trade Centre opens ahead of Canadian Western Agribition
The $37 million International Trade Centre at Evraz Place officially opened its doors Monday, just a few weeks ahead of the 47th annual Canadian Western Agribition.
Nov 6, 2017
Regina Trades and Skills Centre celebrates tenth anniversary
The Regina Trades and Skills Centre is celebrating ten years of helping people get a boot in the door through industry driven courses.
Oct 16, 2017
Evraz demolition makes way for new trade centre
Demolition started on Thursday at Evraz Place to make way for a new International Trade Centre.
Jan 7, 2016
Regina’s drive-thru coronavirus testing now 7 days a week to meet demand
Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) staff are now testing people between 1 and 7 p.m. daily at the International Trade Centre at Evraz Place at 1700 Elphinstone St.
Oct 19, 2020
Regina airport regains international status
In January 2021, the federal government revised the list of airports designated as 'international' and removed many, including YQR in Regina, but the status has been restored.
City of Regina mask mandate will apply to REAL facilities, including Mosaic Stadium
Masks will be required while indoors at REAL facilities, including indoor spaces at Mosaic Stadium.
Sep 2, 2021
Saskatchewan Health to decommission COVID-19 field hospitals in coming weeks
Field hospitals were set up in Saskatoon and Regina early in the COVID-19 pandemic to deal with increased volumes of patients. They were never used.
Jun 11, 2021
Future Air Canada flights to Regina could be affected by loss of control tower
Regina Aiport Authority president and CEO James Bogusz says if it loses its air traffic control tower it would be 'incredibly' expensive to bring back.
Feb 8, 2021
RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina working to become a national museum
The RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina is advancing plans to become Canada’s newest national museum to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Mounted Police in 2023.
Transport Canada removes international status from Regina, Saskatoon airports
Both Saskatchewan major airports in Regina and Saskatoon have lost their international designation, indicated in a Transport Canada document.
Mar 15, 2021
Regina executive committee approves second phase of Brandt Centre 2.0 plans
The Brandt Centre, which was built in 1977 for a cost of $7.7 million, is one of the city’s many recreation facilities with aging infrastructure.
Apr 8, 2021
Regina curling fans hit Brandt Centre for inaugural wild card game
The last time Regina hosted the Tim Hortons Brier was in 2006, and the people of the prairies have been itching to get back in the Patch.
Mar 3, 2018
REAL launches public consultation survey into Brandt Centre’s future
Regina residents are encouraged to participate in an online survey to share their views about the future of the Brandt Centre.
Saskatoon and Regina hold events advocating for more harm reduction supports
Wednesday is International Overdose Awareness Day, and people gathered at the Saskatoon Indian and Metis Friendship Centre to get the point across that this was a growing issue.
Ghost enthusiasts haunt Regina’s former Sears Outlet store at Centennial Market
The old Sears bargain centre dates back to 1918, when it was first built by Eaton's.
Jan 6, 2019
Canada’s trade minister faces ethics probe over Liberal’s $17K contract
Conservative MP James Bezan had asked commissioner Mario Dion to examine the contract awarded to the firm Pomp and Circumstance by Ng's office for media training in spring 2020.