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How you could spend Canada Day 2020 in Regina


Canada Day events may not be happening this year, but Regina residents still have options when it comes to marking the occasion safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.From smaller, socially-distant gatherings to wide-reaching virtual collaborations, celebrations will look a little different Wednesday.For those who do want to venture out, the RCMP Heritage Centre, which usually hosts programming on Canada Day, decided to do so this year with precautions in place, said Justin Williams, who works with the Dewdney Avenue Mountie museum’s education, public programs and social media team, over Facebook Messenger.

Canada Day 2020: What’s open and closed in Regina The museum worked with public health to ensure activities will respect social distancing.

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