Upcoming Events

Regina Chapter of IFMA Events

November  6 –  Regina

  • Tour of Souls Harbour Rescue Mission’s Samaritan Project
  • This new building, on a reclaimed contaminated lot, incorporates sustainable features such as recycled steel, passive energy building methodologies, proximity to transit, premium recycling programs, etc. (see passive design highlights)
  • The design itself is simple and innovative with respect to space usage
  • 1632 Angus St. Please park along the back of the building accessed via the alley, or on Angus St.
  • November 6, 4:00 pm
  • No cost to register
  • Bring a non-perishable food item to be entered into our draw for an IFMA travel mug. The shelter’s greatest needs are coffee, sugar, whitener, pasta and rice.

November (TBD) – Saskatoon

  • tour of the Merlis Belsher Arena, a joint University/City facility near the Fieldhouse, including multiple ice sheets and courts
  • No cost to register

December 6 –  Regina

  • Corporal Otitoju, Regina Police Service Community Engagement Unit, will help us understand how cannabis legalization affects our workplaces,including:
    • public cannabis consumption laws (medical VS recreational)
    • how the new laws will be enforced
    • how to determine whether someone is under the influence
    • how a facility manager should respond to someone who is under the influence or consuming cannabis in common/public areas of the building (such as the lobby) or outside of building, and when police should be called
    • lessons learned in the weeks since legalization
  • December 6, 11:30 -1:00
  • Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, 200 – 2221 Cornwall Street. 2 Hour street parking is available
  • Cost to register: $30 for members; $45 for non members

To RSVP for any of these events please email ifmaregina@accesssomm.ca


Past Events:


  • Our AGM in September featured a presentation by Steve McLellan, CEO, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce. 13 attended.
  • The 25th Annual Golf Tournament, held in Regina, drew 62 golfers in June
  • A tour of Regina’s Mamaweiyatin Centre drew 16 people
  • Presentations by Sun Smart Saskatchewan were offered in Regina & Saskatoon in April, but cancelled due to low registration
  • In March, The Filter shop presented to 7 registrants in Saskatoon, and 10 in Regina
  • A tour of Saskatoon’s Remai Art Gallery in January had to be capped at 20 people; with another 10 waitlisted. A tour was planned in Regina, but postponed due to low registration


  • Our December session on Mental Health in the Workplace, held in Regina, drew 16 registrants
  • For November, holiday networking events were planned at Escape Rooms in Regina & Saskatoon. 9 members attended in Saskatoon, but the Regina event was cancelled due to low registration
  • 13 registrants attended our AGM, held in October in Regina, featuring an Illumination Engineers Society presentation


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