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

Local Executives Envision Regina in 2050

Regina executives were asked to imagine an audacious vision for Regina in the next 30 years. Community leaders envisioned a socially inclusive, economically diverse, environmentally sustainable, and entrepreneurial city. This is according to the latest edition of the Regina Executive Leadership Outlook (RELO) released by Economic Development Regina Inc. (EDR) in partnership with Praxis Consulting.… Read More

Tourism Regina Enhancing the Visitor Experience

REGINA – A new initiative is underway this summer to enhance the visitor experience in Regina.  In collaboration with the Provincial Capital Commission, Tourism Regina has opened a new Visitor Information Kiosk. The new kiosk located at 2900 Wascana Drive inside Wascana Centre, will provide visitor services, recommendations, and the great welcoming prairie spirit we know. The location… Read More

Ongoing Confidence with Executives

Regina executives continue to be optimistic about the growth of the Greater Regina Area (GRA) economy, despite the drop in the current Executive Confidence Index measured for the Q2 2018 edition of the Regina Executive Leadership Outlook (RELO).  While there was a 21 point decrease from the previous quarter, the rating is still 8 points above the rating from Q2 2017. “There are many… Read More