Health Canada warns that any level of lead exposure is unsafe. How can you protect yourself and your family while you wait for the city to replace lead water service connections?
Join us on Sept 29 at 7pm for an online seminar with a Health Canada expert on lead exposure.
UPDATE: Also participating will be Saskatchewan Water Security Agency representatives Thon Phommavong, Acting VP of Regulatory Services, and Derrick Hoehn, Senior Environmental Project Officer.
Fall 2021 Programs
Registration is now open for CACA Fall Programming! Cathedral area residents have priority placement until September 10 in all CACA programs.
NEW COVID GUIDELINES. As of September 4, the City of Regina will be requiring everyone wear masks when they are in an indoor city facility, including the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre. For more information on how this will be implemented, see the City of Regina website.
There is a federal election coming up on September 20.
To help our community get to know the candidates for election, the CACA hosted a virtual Regina-Lewvan Candidates Forum. Considering the pandemic is still a thing, this will be an online forum conducted through Zoom.
We recorded the forum and you can watch the whole thing above or on Youtube.
Lead Service Connection Map
Many older homes in Regina — especially those in the Cathedral neighbourhood — have lead plumbing. That can be on the city side of the property line, on the resident side or both.
The city maintains a list of all the city-owned lead service connections. We’ve posted a map of city-owned lead service connections. We have posted a map showing where those lead connections are.
After two years of hosting the Cathedral Village Arts Festival digitally, we are looking forward to a return to our live events for May of 2022. And we are gathering the team to help make our return to live events a celebration to remember!
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