Mâmawêyatitân Centre officially opens in North Central Regina

Mâmawêyatitân Centre officially opens in North Central Regina
Regina integrated services centre first of its kind in Canada
The Mâmawêyatitân Centre in North Central Regina has officially opened its doors. The 108,000-square-foot centre is the first of its kind in Canada, and will offer integrated services in one central place. The facility includes the new Scott Collegiate

Many gathered to celebrate the opening of the $42.2 million integrated services centre, which includes the new Scott Collegiate High School, a city recreational complex, a public library branch, a community policing centre, a 33 space child care centre …

North Central's mamaweyatitan centre a 'homey' community hub

New $42 million multi-use facility opens in North Central

It's a building that's been 14 years in the making, and now Regina's mâmawêyatitân centre has finally opened its doors to the public. North Central Regina is home to the new services hub, which officially opened on Tuesday morning and includes a high

The province provided the bulk of the funding at $31-million dollars. The city came up with $8.8-million. Mayor Michael Fougere says the centre is a game-changing facility for Regina that will help create a stronger, healthier and more engaged community.

The mamaweyatitan centre, formerly known as the North Central Shared Facility, is the culmination of 14 years of planning. Ashley Martin, Regina Leader-Post More from Ashley Martin, Regina Leader-Post. Published on: September 12, 2017 | Last cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/mama-centre-regina-1.4286486″ class=”usg-AFQjCNHlPuIqURwfgmqN5YHYYetkNaEXqQ did-5936c34c23c49770 article” title=”CBC.ca”>

A new $42-million facility in North Central that houses a high school, 33-space daycare, recreational complex and space for a variety of other community driven services has officially opened its doors. Named after a Cree word meaning “let's be all

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