Enbridge contributed $10,000 toward a 1.25 km extension of an existing 8 km walking path for the Town of Balgonie, near Regina. When complete, the trail will connect the east and west sides of town.
From left, Les Scott (Enbridge Community Relations), Darren Kiel and Kelvin Solie (councilors), Shaun McBain (Superintendent) and Eldon Strachan (Manager, Area Operations, Regina) with Enbridge.
Today, Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, on behalf of Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Indian Head-Milestone MLA Don McMorris on behalf of Government Relations Minister Donna Harpauer, announced funding for an estimated $6.4 million expansion for the Town of Balgonie’s wastewater system to better serve the community and position it for growth.
Sherwin-Williams brings their 4th annual Paint the Community initiative to Regina, Saskatchewan during the 100th Mastercard Memorial Cup. The event will take place in Balgonie, Saskatchewan at the Stardome.
Sherwin-Williams local employees will donate their time, paint and painting supplies to revitalize the dressing rooms and ice-level area of the facility.
Facility/Location – Stardome, Highway 364 and Railway Ave., Balgonie, Saskatchewan
About the Facility – Built in 1999, the Stardome has been a pillar of the community since it opened its doors. The facility hosts ice hockey, ball hockey, Ringette, Broomball, lacrosse and curling events not just for the town of Balgonie, but also for neighbouring communities. The Stardome is the Hub of the community and used by Balgonie residents of all ages.
Date – Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018: 11am to 1pm.
Scope of Work – Sherwin-Williams will facilitate the refresh of the facility’s change room along with the main ice-level hallway and doors of the facility.
Of Note – Memorial Cup trophy will be on location May 23rd from 11am to 1pm.
- Meet CHL/Regina Pats Alumni as well as the Regina Pats Mascot K9.
- OHL, QMJHL, WHL league commissioners will be in attendance.
- Canadian Hockey League representatives will be present during the event.
- Food and refreshments will be provided.
Main Street Access – Our Bypass Team will be removing the main street access by mid May, weather permitting.
Motorists can expect speed reductions and short delays during this short construction period. We thank you for your patience and understanding.
For more information on the Regina Bypass project, please contact the 24-Hour Call Centre at 1-844-679-4828, visit our website at reginabypass.ca or follow us on Twitter @reginabypass.