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Joint-Use Schools Project Time-lapse Videos and School Photos

Construction is now complete at each of the 18 elementary schools on nine joint-use sites in Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman. You can view the time-lapse, which captures two years of construction at each of the nine sites in less than a minute and also view updated external photos of the schools.

View the construction time-lapse and photos for each school here:


  • Rosewood Park
    • Plainsview School (Public)
    • St. Nicholas School (Catholic)
  • The Greens on Gardiner
    • École Wascana Plains School (Public)
    • École St. Elizabeth (Catholic)
  • Harbour Landing
    • École Harbour Landing School (Public)
    • St. Kateri Tekakwitha School (Catholic)


  • Hampton Village
    • Ernest Linder School (Public)
    • St. Lorenzo Ruiz School (Catholic)
  • Evergreen
    • Sylvia Fedoruk School (Public)
    • St. Nicholas School (Catholic)
  • Rosewood
    • Colette Bourgonje School (Public)
    • St. Thérèse of Lisieux School (Catholic)
  • Stonebridge
    • Chief Whitecap School (Public)
    • St. Kateri Tekakwitha School (Catholic)


  • Lake Vista
    • Lake Vista Public School (Public)
    • Holy Mary School (Catholic)


  • Traditions
    • Traditions Elementary School (Public)
    • Holy Trinity School (Catholic)

The new schools were built using a public-private partnership (P3) model.

Construction finished on-time and on-budget at all nine sites. The schools will be ready for students in September 2017.

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