Bring It Home Saskatchewan

IT’S TIME TO BRING IT HOME, SASKATCHEWAN!! With the 2023 IIHF World Juniors Bid in the hands of Hockey Canada, we are calling on all corporations and individuals to join us in launching a province-wide “Bring it Home SK” campaign. Within the next two weeks, Hockey Canada will announce which province and cities will be hosts of the Championships and we want them to… Read More

Regina's 2030 Economic Growth Plan sets an ambitious course for the city

October 1, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE REGINA’S 2030 ECONOMIC GROWTH PLAN SETS AN AMBITIOUS COURSE FOR THE CITY (Regina) Regina's City Council has endorsed the 2020-2030 Economic Growth Plan as recommended by Economic Development Regina (EDR). The plan provides a roadmap for the GRA to thrive and to improve the lives of Reginans today and in the future. It contains 19 specific achievable… Read More

Business Resilience Series – Webinar 3

In the third Business resilience Series webinar, the panel took a look at some things applicants should be considering as they work relief programs into their strategy for navigating the pandemic. This week’s panel included: Jeffrey Boutilier, President Ascent Strategy (also moderating)Craig Reed, Partner Virtus GroupDave Sullivan, COO Global Ag Risk SolutionsSean Stefan, President Rusty… Read More

Vision and Bold Leadership Continues with Changes to EDR Board of Directors

(Regina) Economic Development Regina’s Board of Directors has elected a new chairperson and welcomed four new members to the board. With the annual changes to the board of directors, visionary bold leadership will continue. The new Chair of the board is Frank Hart, who has served on the EDR board as a member and Vice-Chair, and previously as part of the Regina Regional Opportunities… Read More

Baseball Canada Cup Coming to Regina

Baseball Canada has declared Regina as host city for the 2019 Baseball Canada Cup U17 Championships August 7-11, 2019. Taking place at Optimist Park and Currie Field, this premium championship event will showcase the Nation’s best in baseball aged 17 and under. In addition to the national attention Regina will receive, the tournament is also estimated to have an economic impact of $1 million… Read More