The 2021 CACA Annual General Meeting is coming up March 16 at 7pm. This will be our second virtual AGM. So again we’re asking people to register in advance of the meeting by emailing email@example.com (please put Cathedral AGM in the subject line) so we can send you an invite to the Zoom room on the day of the event. There will be changes to the bylaw to consider and new board members will be elected. (So if you’ve always wanted to join a community association board, this is your chance.)
Register For CACA Spring Programs Online
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we won’t be running an in-person registration night for our winter programs. You can register for programs online through the links below.
If you have questions about our programs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.569.8755.
Holy Rosary School Not Closing, Taking Registrations for 2021/22
At a March 2 meeting, the Regina Catholic School Board voted to extend the review period on Holy Rosary Community School to the end of 2021.
If the school is able to formulate a business plan to keep it sustainable and viable into the future, then it will stay open.
As such, Holy Rosary will be open as usual in September.
And they are accepting registrations into their Kindergarten & Pre-kindergarten programs for the 2021/22 school year.
Children who are of Catholic faith, born in 2016 are eligible for the Kindergarten Program at Holy Rosary Community School. Registration is also being accepted for Pre-Kindergarten(ages 3 & 4).
Holy Rosary School serves students who reside in the Cathedral area, west of Lewvan Drive as well as the downtown central area. Our staff strives to provide quality learning experiences in a Christ-centered environment.
The school community prepared a report about the importance of Holy Rosary School which they presented to the school board on Feb 1, you can read that here.
Welcome To Cathedral Village
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