https://heritageregina.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/01-29.jpg289560Ashley Stonehttps://heritageregina.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/HeritageRegina-300x107.pngAshley Stone2017-03-27 21:55:142017-03-27 21:58:10A fly-by on the design of revitalized College Building at University of Regina
Suddenly on March 8, 2017, and as a result of a tragic fire, the Travellers Building passed at the age of 88. She had been neglected for some time and in poor health. Designed by architects Storey and Van Egmond in 1929 she played an important role in the commercial development of the city of […]
Notice of Annual General Meeting April 11, 2017 We want to welcome all current members and potential new members to attend Heritage Regina’s 41st Annual General Meeting on April 11th at Knox Metropolitan United Church, 2340 Victoria Ave. Regina at 7:00pm. Refreshments will be provided. Please note that only current 2017-18 members will be eligible […]
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This pictorial essay was commissioned by Heritage Regina and originated as a result of an e-mail from Jeannie Mah, a Regina-based ceramic artist and Board Member of the Architectural Heritage Society of Saskatchewan. On October 30, 2015 Jeannie reported that an application for demolition of the Simpsons-Sears Warehouse had been received by the City of […]
Evolution of Simpson’s as documented in Henderson’s Regina Directories The following entries are taken from Henderson’s Regina Directories. While the Directories are an excellent source for research information, the data is not always up-to-date or fully accurate, and often entries are a year late, as the annual updates were undertaken before people moved into the […]
Wanuskewin Heritage Park received the National Aboriginal (Indigenous) Cultural Tourism Award, sponsored by the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada. Located outside of Saskatoon, the national historic site has been a gathering place for more than 6,000 years and is the longest continually operating archaeological excavation site in Canada. Read more.
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Who We Are
Regina’s heritage includes buildings, history, landscapes, streetscapes, and the cultural inheritance of the community. The vision of Heritage Regina is to raise awareness and appreciation of the value of heritage and its importance to sustaining the culture and identity of the city.