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P3A attended the official opening of the mâmawêyatitân centre in North Central Regina. Named after a Cree word that translates to mean ‘let’s be all together,’ the facility is the result of a partnership between Regina Public Schools, the City of Regina and the Regina Public Library. P3A worked with the partners to bring this innovative 113,000 square foot landmark facility to life. The building houses the new Scott Collegiate, Albert Scott Community Centre, Regina Public Library Albert Branch, and a Community Police Centre. With almost 70% of its interior designated for shared space, the unique design offers community partners opportunities for integrating educational and community programs. P3A is proud to be the architect of record for this transformative project.