Regina and District Bee Club



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surveySerecon Management Consulting Inc. is gathering this information on behalf of the honey bee industry (Canadian Honey Council), the Provinces (your Provincial Apiarists) and the Federal government (Canadian Food Inspection Agency)  to help develop a Canadian Bee Biosecurity Standard based on best management practices.

Click here for the survey

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2011 13:02
Help Our Bees By Getting the TeesThe Regina and District Bee Club is selling our club t-shirts.

Buying a t-shirt helps to support the club, which in turn supports our beekeepers (who in turn help our honey bees, who in turn pollinate 1/3 of what we eat!).

So get a Club T-Shirt and support your local food system, pollination and honey bees.

Where else can you get a great looking tee at these prices??

Size Cost
Small $15.00
Medium $15.00
Large $15.00
X- Large $15.00
XX-Large $17.00

To order a t-shirt, please contact us. You can even pay securely online with Paypal!
Last Updated on Sunday, 15 January 2012 12:17
 Wink Howland
It is with great sadness that we announce the news of Wink's passing. Wink passed October 25th around 4 p.m. in a Regina hospital.

Funeral Services:
Location: St. Andrews Church, Yorkton (29 Smith St E) map here
Date: Saturday, November 5/2011
Time: 2:00pm
Donations: Please drop off any donations to St. Andrew's Church
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 October 2011 12:44
BEELINESThe latest Beelines Issue has been posted on the Government of Saskatchewan's website. You can get digital copies here:
teeThe contestants are in and voting begins today for the Club T-Shirt Contest.

Deadline for voting is Oct 27th Midnight. Results to be announced at the Fall SocialYou can also contact us here to vote.

Click on one of the options in the poll on the right to vote for the best saying that you would like to see on the T-Shirt.

Along with the saying (and associated picture), we will be putting the club logo and website on the tees as well. All printed stuff will be in black on a yellow tee.

Good luck to all contestants!
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 11:33

The club extractor is ready for renting.
Please contact Angela Fuller at 306.205.2730 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to rent the extractor.

You will need to sign a contract and leave a damage deposit for the extractor rental. The extractor manual and parts for setup will be given to you.

Happy Harvesting!

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 11:33
The Club Extractor is ready for renting.
For more information login and see the Members News.

NSERC-CANPOLIN_logo_small_for_emailNSERC-CANPOLIN researchers at the University of Guelph, Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics and colleagues at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Food and Resource Economics are conducting a study on how production decisions, pollination, queen breeding, and preventative practices affect both economic performance of beekeepers and colony losses. The primary goal of the study will be to provide beekeepers with information on production portfolios and practices that help increase profits from their operations while maintaining healthy bees.

 We hope that beekeepers will provide us with their invaluable expertise about their industry whose economic contribution to the Canadian economy is undeniably huge.


If you are a Canadian beekeeper and you wish to participate in the survey, simply click on the link provided below:


The survey will be open from June 20th through October 1st, 2011.

You may also request a printed copy of the survey to be mailed to you (a return self-addressed stamped envelope will be included) by contacting:

Lina Urbisci

Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

University of Guelph

(519)824-4120, ext. 53428

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If you have any questions about the study, please contact

Almuhanad Melhim, Phd

Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

University of Guelph

(519) 824-4120, ext. 56319


Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 11:33
No problem! We have some photos and descriptions for you to see what you missed. Members Only of course. Login here

Last Updated on Monday, 20 June 2011 21:40
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