City of Regina
Immigrant Recognition Sculpture
The Immigrant Recognition Sculpture titled Regina Lace
has been installed at Queen Elizabeth II Court.
This project allows Regina citizens to keep history
alive by recognizing the contributions that immigrants
and their families have made, and continue to make,
to our city.
City Hall south entrance
City Hall South Entrance Video
Regina Lace, refers as much to the patterns cut into
the steel monolith as to the threads of history and the
colours of cultures.  The metaphor is that of the fabric
of Regina and of our nation.


Project Background                                                                               Speech from Multicultural Council                                                   Unveiling Speech from Mayor                                   
Sculpture Bilingual Description  雕  鑄 雙 語 簡 介


   



courtyard
Immigrant Statues
East Side Statue
list   Commemorative Plaques   
   
bird's view
Entering from SE corner
Entering the QE Court
West side Monument Panel video
West Side Panels
 Recognition Plaque Looking South
Video Looking South from City Hall
Meaning of Panel Symbols

" Son, when you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced.  Live your life   in such a way that when you die, the world cries while you rejoice "                   .....from the book by Robin Sharma : Daily Inspiration from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari 

A  Photo Collage - City of Regina
Downtown View
CityCollage I love Regina video    
 I Love Regina Video

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