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Wascana Junior Naturalist - Fall Session

What is a Naturalist? The dictionary says “a person who studies or is an expert in natural history, esp. a zoologist or botanist.” However, here at Wascana Centre we view a naturalist as anyone who is interested in the natural environment and can appreciate the joys nature has to offer. A naturalist is someone who respects the…

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Monument Monday: Walter Scott Memorial

Coinciding with the 100th Anniversary of the Legislative Building in 2012, the Walter Scott Memorial was unveiled by Premier Brad Wall in the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens.  Walter Scott was the first premier of Saskatchewan who chose Regina to serve as the province’s capital and oversaw the construction of the Legislative…

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What's New In Wascana

Wascana Centre Authority is committed to maintaining and enhancing the 2,300 acres that make up the Centre. Through planning, innovation and hard work, the staff at Wascana Centre is constantly working to ensure we remain one of the finest urban parks in North America.  Each Wednesday, Wascana Centre will highlight an area which has either…

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Bread is Still Bad for Me!

Wascana Centre Authority is continuing their initiative aimed at keeping the waterfowl in the park safe and healthy.  The educational campaign focuses on educating the public about the dangerous effects of feeding certain foods like bread and popcorn to geese and ducks. “When waterfowl are fed items like bread and popcorn, malnutrition…

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Wascana Lake Boundaries

Wascana Centre Authority is reminding all boaters on Wascana Lake to please stay off the water east of the Broad Street Bridge. This area is a federally protected Migratory Bird Sanctuary established in 1956 due to concerns about the effects of urban expansion on migratory birds in the Wascana Centre area. The Sanctuary is located on the Lake east…

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