There’s a change coming to the way the City of Regina distributes its leisure guide — it will only be available online.
The fall guide, which will be online on July 26, will be the first guide that won’t be physically distributed to residents.
The decision to end the printed copy of the leisure guide came as a result of the city adjusting its budget to make up for the changes to the grants-in-lieu program. The decision is expected to save $40,000.
The guide is filled with recreation programming for adults and kids and information on how they can sign up for the activities.
“It’s a wonderful way for families to get to experience the great programming that the City of Regina offers,” said Melissa Coderre, coordinator of business services and community services with the city.
She said there will be physical copies available at the recreational facilities and public libraries. People will not be able to take the copies home with them unless they get the photocopied.
City of Regina staff will also be able to provide information.