New organization seeks second opinion

March 4, 2012. Regina – A second opinion by qualified heritage building experts is item number one for a new community organization formed Sunday.

The group “Save Our Connaught” was created at a meeting attended by school parents, Cathedral Area residents and heritage supporters, who gathered at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre on Sunday.

“We’re determined to do the homework that has been left undone,” said Suzanne Arndt, whose daughter attends the school. (more…)

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Concerned about the impending demolition of the 100 year-old Ecole Connaught Community School?  How about the fact that the Regina Board of Education didn’t get a second opinion on anything having to do with this decision? Or that there’s no plan in place except to demolish the building and rebuild somwhere?

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See you soon!


Today, at a community meeting of those concerned about last week’s decision by the Regina Board of Education’s decision to recommend demolishing the 100 year-old  Ecole Connaught Community School, the group Save Our Connaught formed.

Watch this space for more information as it becomes available.