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Ground broken on $65 million Regina school

DCN-JOC News Services
Ground broken on $65 million Regina school

REGINA – Ground has been broken on a new joint-use school facility in north Regina.

The $65 million facility is being built on the site of the existing Imperial Community School between Broad Street North and Hamilton Street in Regina and will replace the St. Peter and St. Michael, Imperial and McDermid elementary schools, which were all opened between 1950 and 1960, a Government of Saskatchewan release said.

“Our government’s dedication to building new schools throughout the province is exemplified by this most recent investment for this state-of-the-art joint use facility in the constituency of Coronation Park. We are proud of how this investment will serve to build and protect this community allowing it to grow and flourish for many more years to come,” Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said in the release.

While the Government of Saskatchewan is providing the $65 million in funding for the facility, the City of Regina is funding the community space, which will provide space for approximately 800 Regina public and Catholic prekindergarten to Grade 8 students and will include community space and a 51-space child care centre.

The new school is expected to be open to students and staff by fall 2025.

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