Welcome to Cathedral!

Coming soon to a neighbourhood centre near you (assuming you’re near the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre at 2900 13th Ave) the triumphant return of the the CVAF RUMMAGE SALE!! Thousands of preowned treasures for you to peruse and purchase! From 9:30am to 3pm on Sep 24.

Admission is FREE! 

We are still accepting donations of gently used items (no large appliances, tube TVs or furniture, please) and we still need volunteers to help put this event on! Contact caca@sasktel.net.


The Cathedral Area Community Association is accepting applications for vendors for our 2022 Cathedral Holiday Craft Market. Deadline to book a booth is October 21. Register online here.

The Cathedral Holiday Craft Market is Saturday, November 19 from 10am to 4pm.

It is held in the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre (2900 13th Ave) and in Westminster United Church (3025 13th Ave).


The Cathedral Village Arts Festival seeks a dynamic, community-minded individual with demonstrated communication, project management and organizational skills. The Festival Director will work toward building a diverse, inclusive festival. Benefits package available. Hybrid, flexible work-environment.

See the full job listing on the CVAF website for details on how to apply.


The 2022 Cathedral Area Community Association Fall Program Guide is now available. You can register online for all our programs.


Cathedral Character Report Released

A report on preserving the character of the Cathedral and Lakeview communities goes to Regina Planning Commission on Aug 9 and then to City Council on Aug 17.

You can download a PDF of the full report here. But, in short, the main recommendations are…

  1. Maintain the status quo but with more education and awareness. The Residential Infill Development zoning overlay has not been in place long enough to know if it is having a positive impact on new builds in Cathedral and Lakeview. There needs to be material put together that explains what sensitive infill would look like.
  2. Consider establishing a Business Improvement District for 13th Ave.
  3. Develop a process for an opt-in Heritage Conservation Districts.
  4. Optional: Consider adding elements to current regulations to strengthen them. Could introduce incentives like tax abatements and grants for developers who work to include community-defining elements in their builds. Add extra limits to the Residential Infill Development zoning overlay like defining where garages must go or require landscaping.
  5. Optional: Consider establishing Direct Control Districts for Crescents and Old Lakeview which include guidelines for heritage, architecture, land use, and other identified character elements.

If you wish to present to Regina Planning Commission on this subject, you can. The RPC meeting is Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at 4:00 p.m and you will have to register as a delegation by 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 4, 2022. You can do this by responding to this e-mail or by contacting clerks@regina.ca. Presentations are limited to five minutes.


The 2022 Cathedral Area Community Association was held on March 15, 2022. Here is a pdf of the 2022 AGM report.


Cathedral Urges City To Get The Lead Out

The Cathedral neighbourhood has the highest percentage of residences with lead service connections in the city. The Cathedral Area Community Association has been working with the Get The Lead Out group to encourage city hall to acceleration their program to remove that lead plumbing.

If you want to support that effort, you can print out and send in a copy of the Get The Lead Out petition.