Two different groups of people converged upon Regina's Mosaic Stadium on Saturday night to voice two different views on whether a proposed new stadium should be built.
One group has being occupying an area across from the west entrance all weekend with petitions, hoping to force a municipal referendum on the issue.
"What's the harm in giving us the say to vote on it?" said Marie Crowe, who was collecting signatures.
"If we legitimately want the stadium, then we'll all vote for it. And if we don't, then we will vote against it."
Organizers said they were about halfway to their goal of gathering 20,000 signatures as of Saturday.
Those signatures must be collected by November in order to force a vote on the proposed stadium, which would replace Mosaic Stadium as the Saskatchewan Roughriders' home base.
A second group of people from Unity, Sask., stood outside the stadium before Saturday night's Roughriders game, chanting their support for the stadium proposal.
While some Riders fans stopped to sign the petition calling for a referendum, others voiced their support for a new facility.
"I think now is the time. If you wait any longer then prices are going to go up," said Charles Bonogofski, who has been a season ticket holder for 20 years.
"We're a 'have' province right now. Let's go for it and let's bite the bullet and let's build 'er."
Bonogofski added that even though he does not pay municipal taxes in Regina, his family spends a lot of money in the city when they come to games.
Petition organizers say despite getting some negative feedback from Riders fans, their efforts have been going well to date.