Downtown Regina in the spotlight

The Morning Edition with Sheila Coles is spending Friday morning in downtown Regina.

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Regina's downtown is the focus of a special 'on location' segment of The Morning Edition. (CBC)

CBC Radio host Sheila Coles will be in downtown Regina Friday morning to discuss what makes for a vibrant city core.

The Morning Edition is set to broadcast live from Queen City Hub (2nd Floor, 1843 Hamilton Street) from 6 to 8:30 a.m.

What is a city but the people?- William Shakespeare, Coriolanus

Among the guests:

  • Sandra Butel, Artistic Director of the Regina Folk Festival. Butel will discuss the merits of having a downtown concert venue for the city's music scene and the overall vitality of the area.
  • Harold Hague, the owner of Loggie's Shoe Store. Hague, 93, is being honoured by the Regina Chamber of Commerce.  
  • Jayden Pfeifer, who will explain what the Queen City Hub is and how it works.

[CBC also asked people on the Scarth Street Mall what they would suggest to make for a vibrant downtown. Their responses are in the photo gallery, below:]


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