Are you looking for a home and a community? Cohousing could be your answer. Prairie Spruce Commons Cohousing, Regina’s first cohousing community, began construction at 1625 Badham Boulevard, June 16th 2017. We are currently welcoming new members and pre-selling units.

What is cohousing?

Cohousing is a lifestyle that provides the perfect combination of privacy and community. It is a creative way for people to have beautiful private units and shared common space. It is a neighborhood in a unique green building and healthy environment.

Twenty -nine Reasons to Celebrate
Right at the moment, there are twenty-nine people actively involved in Prairie Spruce Commons Cohousing.   To add to the significance
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The Mortensens Take the Next Big Step
Eva and Knud took a huge step on their cohousing journey when they sold their farm last month. They have
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From the CBC website – ‘A feeling of belonging’: Group works on Regina’s 1st co-housing community
  Dave Lareau can see the home of his dreams taking shape. And by design, it wasn’t something he envisioned
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We’re Back…
You probably haven’t heard a lot about us lately. We have been devoting our energy to behind the scenes work.
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Way Opens For Construction to Begin
After a long haul of working, waiting, and yes worrying Prairie Spruce Commons is about to start construction. We now
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Conditional Membership Reminder
One of the most commonly heard comments in conversations with our supporters, as well as visitors to the Information Centre
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More Frequently Asked Questions: Money Matters
Over the past few months, we’ve been doing presentations at a number of local community groups (Regina Beta Sigma Phi Chapter, Rotary
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Our Next Design Workshop: June 20
In March and April 2015 Prairie Spruce Commons members met with Chris Kailing, our architect from Pattison MGM, to consider
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The History Behind Prairie Spruce’s Heirloom Bintje Potatoes
In the last blog, I told the story of how I was introduced to Bintje potatoes. In this blog, I
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