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celebrating10 years!

Tanisi / ānīn / hau

RGAL is an Indigenous owned and operated Architecture firm in Treaty 4 Territory. 


2023 was an exceptional year for RGAL, and we celebrated our 10th birthday! This was made possible by our amazing clients, colleagues families and friends. We look forward to new and inspiring projects in 2024!


With Indigenous culture and knowledge systems at the forefront of this design inspiration, the pamināwasowin Child Care Centre was designed and renovated to accommodate a large, 90 child care space, ranging in age and groups to accommodate 12 infants, 53 Preschoolers and 25 Toddlers. 

The First Nations University of Canada partnered with Ray Gosselin Architect Limited, and Ledcor Construction Limited, to design and renovate the space, formerly the Student Success Services department, to include learning and play areas, an infant sleeping room, a kitchen, laundry room and office spaces. pamināwasowin translates to “child rearing” in Cree. 

Construction Completed!

Built by SEKO construction, RGAL served as the Architect for a brand new Arena and Community Centre located on Cote First Nation.


This 80,750 sq. ft. facility replaces a 50+ year old rink built in 1972 and provides a modern new home for the Cote Selects hockey team. The building consists of two separate pre-engineered building packages supplied by Behlen Industries: rigid frame for the community centre; and frameless for the ice arena.


The community centre is a 15,750 square foot facility on two levels. The facility features a multipurpose room, fitness centre, concession, coffee bar, seating & viewing gallery. The ice arena is a 65,000 square foot facility with an open mezzanine. The main level features refrigeration plant, garage, meeting rooms, change rooms (6), skate sharpening centre, staff room, laundry room and storage. The mezzanine level features seats for 800, standing bar for 400 and walking track.

The Muskowekwan Family Healing and Wellness Centre will be the first of its kind in SK. First Nations families will, for the first time, be able to access unique care, treatment, support and services within Treaty Four Territory, with their families.


This model of care was developed with guidance from the community and integrates a wide range of health, mental health, and wellness services for families who can reside together on-site for treatment. Most importantly, it provides traditional wellness programming to support all family healing journeys, including traditional languages, medicines, land-based therapies, ceremonies and cultural activities. It also integrates required services with mainstream multidisciplinary health providers to support family in-centre stays and long-term support.

A partnership design by 1080 Architecture & RGAL - This Centre will be a demonstration site for a revolutionary cultural approach in Canada to family healing, providing opportunities for students, practicing professionals and healthcare administrators to see improved health outcomes for First Nations people through this culturally responsive approach.




09  /  09  /  2022

Sask Polytech Students & RGAL explore design for Valley View Cultural Centre in Moose Jaw


21  /  09  /  2021

City of Regina to develop Indigenous Procurement Policy



19  /  05  /  2019

UNCEDED: Voices of the Land - A multimedia installation by 18  Indigenous architects from across Turtle Island.

21  /  06  /  2019

8 Indigenous Businesses in Regina to Support
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