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Monday, June 25, 2018

Welcome to Regina, Saskatchewan's Capital!


In 2017, the addition of Wascana Centre to the Provincial Capital Commission further enhanced its mandate to preserve and promote the history and culture of Saskatchewan and to ensure that Saskatchewan’s capital continues to remain a source of pride for the people of Saskatchewan, and a source of interest to visitors to Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan's First Premier Walter Scott

 Vision

Inspiring pride and fostering connections to Saskatchewan’s Capital City.

Mission

To enhance the quality of life by creating community partnerships, promoting visitor experiences and providing stewardship of the land and assets within the Provincial Capital Commission.

Mandate 

Enhance the quality of life for our citizens through the celebration and creation of opportunities, stewardship of the land, and engagement of our youth about our democracy and provincial history. Promote, preserve and strengthen our diverse heritage and culture to ensure that Saskatchewan’s Capital City is a source of provincial pride and significance.

The Provincial Capital Commission is an agent of the Crown within the Province of Saskatchewan.

 

   

 

In 2017, the addition of Wascana Centre to the Provincial Capital Commission further enhanced its mandate to preserve and promote the history and culture of Saskatchewan and to ensure that Saskatchewan’s capital continues to remain a source of pride for the people of Saskatchewan, and a source of interest to visitors to Saskatchewan.

The Provincial Capital Commission has officially unveiled the It's Democracy! board game. The Canada 150 legacy project is a fun learning tool designed for Grade 8 classes and students across Saskatchewan.

The 2018 Charles Knight Youth Membership Program for northern Saskatchewan students is scheduled for May 6 - 9.



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