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Saskatchewan Roughriders announce 4 major partners for new stadium

REGINA – The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced the first four of 12 founding partners for the new Mosaic Stadium.

The first four partners introduced by the football club on Monday are SaskTel, Harvard Broadcasting, The Mosaic Company and Capital Automotive Group. 98 more words


Photos: Mosaic 2.0 now 41 per cent complete

REGINA – The City of Regina invited the media for a tour Wednesday to view the construction progress for Mosaic Stadium 2.0.

So far, construction of the new stadium is around 41 per cent complete with 270 workers on-site. 366 more words


Season tickets at Mosaic 2.0: five burning questions answered

REGINA – Saskatchewan Roughriders season ticket holders have completed surveys to gauge what they want from their experience at the new Mosaic Stadium when it opens for the 2017 CFL season. 783 more words


Raised debt limit won't impact Mosaic stadium price tag: City Council

Regina – Regina City Council is trying to reassure residents that increasing the Evraz Place debt limit does not impact the new Mosaic stadium budget. 153 more words


Spectator stands now visible in Mosaic Stadium 2.0

REGINA – The city’s biggest and most expensive project is on schedule and around 22 per cent complete.

The new stadium in Regina has had almost 12,000 cubic metres of concrete poured and more than 1,200 tonnes of reinforcing steel has been used. 161 more words


Bad blood grows between Riders and Eskimos

REGINA – The Saskatchewan Roughriders and Edmonton Eskimos can agree on one thing – they do not like each other.

That was certainly clear Saturday night at Mosaic Stadium where the Riders edged the Eskimos 24-17 in a game that featured plenty of trash talk and heavy hitting. 673 more words


New Regina stadium about 15 per cent complete

REGINA – Construction on Mosaic 2.0 is coming along nicely, with around 15 per cent of the new stadium completed.

In October the stadium construction built two more cranes on the site, bringing the total to four – the most cranes PCL has ever set up in Regina for a project. 172 more words