REGINA -- Here's a list of all events cancelled or postponed in Regina amid fear of spreading COVID-19.

Click here for a full list of City of Regina centres and services that are closed.

These events are developing. We will update this article as new information becomes available.


Temporary closures:

  • Here are some of the local restaurants, bars and shops feeling the impact of COVID-19
  • Rider stores and offices closing on March 17 for four weeks
  • Evraz Place - All facilities closed to public
  • Carmichael Outreach - Centre closed, still offering coffee, food
  • Mackenzie Art Gallery - All previously scheduled programs and events have also been postponed. Any advanced or online tickets purchased will be accepted when it re-opens.
  • Saskatchewan Science Centre - All programs, events, IMAX theatre films and retail services have been cancelled. The Science Centre said the closure will help the community with social distancing.
  • Western Development Museum - Western Development Museum locations in Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, North Battleford and Yorkton also remain open. The museum has increased cleaning in high traffic areas within its buildings.
  • RCMP Heritage Centre - closed for the time being. The facility will not be accepting any facility rentals or educational program bookings for the months of March, April and May. If any pre-booked rentals or educational programming will be affected by this closure, you can contact the Heritage Centre with any concerns.
  • SIGA Casinos
  • Highland and Callie Curling Clubs - Temporarily closed.
  • Royal Saskatchewan Museum - Temporarily closed.
  • RCMP Academy - Closed to visitors