This year’s CACA Annual General Meeting is going to be held online on July 14 at 7pm. This is a public meeting that all Cathedral residents can attend. There will be an election for six new board members and changes to the bylaws will be considered.
If you wish to attend, you will have to register in advance so that we can send you an invite and password to the online meeting. Please register here.
Cathedral needs creativity now more than ever… Apply for a CACA Microgrant!
Have an idea for a community project for the Cathedral neighbourhood? Public art maybe, or a workshop or event? Do you need help making it a reality? Consider the CACA’s Micro-Grant program. Learn more here.
Application deadline for Fall/Winter projects is June 1.
Download The Latest Cathedral Village Voice
Due to the COVID-craziness, the May-June issue of the Cathedral Village Voice is online only! You can download a pdf of this issue by clicking here.
Many local businesses are finding creative ways to provide products and services during the Coronavirus shutdown. We’re compiling a master list of Cathedral businesses and what they’re doing to keep serving the community. We’ll post regular updates.
UPDATE: The Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre will be closed for all of April. Also, our Safe Tea and Mature Driver programs have been cancelled.
If you haven’t heard, the City is closing all community centres as of March 17. That means the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre is not open to the public, all CACA programs have been suspended and our March events have been postponed.
We will be contacting all program participants to discuss rescheduling or refunds. But please bear with us, there is a lot to get through.
The CACA Annual General Meeting on March 24 will be rescheduled but we don’t know a date for that yet.
And as planning has been interrupted for these events, we are cancelling the Spring Potluck on April 12 and the Kids Clothing Sale on April 25.
Other programs scheduled for April (like Kids Painting and the Safe Tea) are — as of now — still going as planned. But that may change if the building closure is extended beyond the end of March.
It’s fast becoming cliché to say this but we are in uncharted territory. The CACA is still working out how to function under these circumstances. We will keep you updated on what we know and how the Association is responding.
Stay safe, everybody.
The Cathedral Area Community Association welcomes you to our beautiful, fun neighbourhood! We are a walkable, welcoming community in the heart of Regina. Our tree-lined streets, historic 13th Avenue shopping district, diverse population and creative community activities define us as one of the city’s most unique, liveable neighbourhoods