Salvation Army to expand Waterson House shelter in Regina
The Salvation Army is planning to expand its Waterson House shelter in Regina
Published Monday, December 10, 2012 8:25AM CST
There will soon be more beds for homeless men in Regina.
The Salvation Army is planning an expansion of its Waterston House shelter, which is frequently at full capacity.
The facility currently has room for 32 people, and the organization is giving up office space to make room for 20 more.
The $52,000 project still requires funding, but the Salvation Army says it hopes to start construction early in the new year.