How to Get Involved

Getting to Know You

We hope cohousing and particularly Prairie Spruce Commons is resonating with you.

At our very first design workshop with Prairie Spruce Commons we knew there was a resonance for us. Something with resonance has a deep tone and/or a powerful lasting effect. At that first design workshop we were putting check marks in many of our boxes: underground parking, garden, accessible space designed for our particular needs, design for natural light in every unit, close to Wascana Park, the University of Regina, and downtown.Then there were the things we hoped for but didn’t imagine possible: green building design, a community of people committed to a lighter footprint.Add to that the bonuses we hadn’t even thought about: multi-generational community, a common kitchen and gathering space that could accommodate our large extend family and community of friends, the possibility of a shared workshop (Brenda loves other people’s power tools), a guest room that could be reserved by any of the members of PSC. We were doing the ‘happy bee dance’ vibrating with the resonance between our lives, our dreams, and PSC.  … Brenda, Ruth, and Rebekah

How to Get Involved

  1. Be curious about cohousing and our community
  2. E-mail us –
  3. Be a part of Prairie Spruce Commons, Regina’s first cohousing community.

One aspect about cohousing that really excites me is the sharing of skills and abilities among community members.  … Dave

Find out more by exploring the other pages on the site and contacting us to learn the date of our next orientation, potluck, or site tour.