Confederation Fountain

The Confederation Fountain is located at the center of Confederation Park, Regina, Saskatchewan. It was built in Confederation Park to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation in 1927. The fountain was designed by the prominent architectural firm of Van Egmond and Storey and is valued for its design, significant position within Confederation Park. As described in the Heritage Value Assessment by Miller and Wuellner in 2012: “…It has the capacity to evoke the memory of past activities and traditions that reflect the cultural and social themes that are important in the history and development of Regina.”