Regina will be marking another Victoria Day subject to coronavirus pandemic protocols.
Although officials have touted high vaccination rates across the province, including in the Queen City, Saskatchewan is still a week away from Step 1 of its “Re-opening Roadmap.”
Private and public indoor and outdoor gatherings remain under significant limitations.
- The Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre (12 – 6 p.m.), North West Leisure Centre (12 – 6 p.m.) and Lawson Aquatic Centre (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.) will all be open. Pre-registration is required.
- Playgrounds and spray pads
- The city’s four golf courses are open and still booking tee times.
- Gyms are permitted to operate. Check with specific fitness centres for operating hours and protocols.
- Restaurants are allowed to offer limited indoor and patio dining. Check in with specific establishments for operating hours and protocols.
- Stores are allowed to open. Malls are running on holiday hours. The Cornwall Centre, Northgate Mall and Victoria Square Shopping Centre will all be open 12 – 5 p.m.
- Regina Transit will run Sunday service. Schedules are available online here. Paratransit will operate on a holiday schedule from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. The Information Centre and RideLine will be closed.
- Garbage and recycling collection will be as usual. The landfill and yard waste depot will be open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Government offices will be closed
- Regina Public Library branches
- Saskatchewan Science Centre
- Royal Saskatchewan Museum
- RCMP Heritage Centre
- Canada Post mail delivery service is cancelled
- Service Regina will be closed on Monday.
For urgent situations such as a water main break or sewer back up citizens can call 306-777-7000.