As a community member, business owner, and/or stakeholder, your input is most important! We would like you to participate in the planning process by completing this survey. The survey is organized into three parts, and will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
Take the Survey and be eligible to WIN a pair of Riders pre-season game tickets at the new Mosaic Stadium!
The latest issue of NC Community Connection now available online.
Citizen Morris Eagles – 40 Years in NC
Honouring Murdered and Missing Persons
Meet Your Ward 6 Councillor Joel Murray
North Central Kids’ Music Program
Scott Collegiate Farewell Tour
NC Community Engagement on Proposed Transportation & Parking Plan
As a community member, business owner, and/or stakeholder, your input is most important! We would like your participation in the planning process by completing this survey. This survey is organized into three parts, and will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
(click the Great Place Chart to enlarge & view)
The outcomes of the process include:
· A clear direction for the future of the North Central neighbourhood;
· Built capacity within the community;
· Defined actions to work towards broader goals; and,
· Comprehensive policies to ensure the implementation of the North Central Community Plan.
Sign up for NC Kids’ Music Lessons – FREE! After school program on Mondays and Thursdays. Join the joy of learning a musical instrument. Contact NCCA at 306-791-9888 or email@example.com
REMINDER! Tonight – January 16. 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Join the Mâmawêyatitân Centre’s Community Advisory Committee for a community information drop in. Refreshments served. Questions answered!
Multipurpose Room, 1264 Athol Street (Albert Scott Community Centre)
This is your chance to express your concerns about the City of Regina plans to remove public parking restrictions around your homes during major stadium events.
The Public Meeting is January 10, 7:00 pm in the multi-purpose room (main floor) of Albert Scott Community Centre at 1264 Athol Street.
(note the time change from previous posting)
Good Neighbour Services is a social enterprise of the North Central Community Association providing employment opportunities for the youth of our community. The program provides products and services within the City of Regina while providing their workers with valuable job skills and work experience.
Contract casual workers needed for seasonal duties.
Shovellers needed for established clients in Regina. Tools are supplied, Site Supervisor present.
Drop of resumes to 1650 Angus Street (rear entrance) or 1264 Athol Street (2nd floor) or contact Marty: Phone: (306) 519-0730 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Neighbour Services is ready to shovel your snow or hire you on to move someone else’s snow! Contact Project Manager Marty Rothermel at 306-519-0730 or email@example.com to sign on as a client or a worker. Read more.