Known for its generous and friendly people and a rich community pride, with fabulous schools, an abundance of parks, recreational facilities, bicycle paths, multiple attractions for residents and tourists alike, you’ll find yourself quickly embracing the quality of life that Regina has to offer.
Just don’t mess with “Riderville”! Regina is home to the community-owned Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL. Head to the practice field at Mosaic Stadium two hours prior to kick-off for an impressive tailgate atmosphere with fun food, beverages, contests, merchandise sale and a family fun zone. Do not resist. Go early, get $6 beers, wave at Gainer (the cutest mascot of all time) and stick to your seats to the end.
Make time for a visit to the RCMP Depot, the Mountie training facility since 1885. It’s where every Canadian Mountie gets their Stetson hat and its open to the public a few days of the week.
Whether you’re here for a short term rental or longer term relocation, no visit would be complete without taking in a show, and some history while you’re at it, at North America's second-longest running theater production, the Trial of Louis Riel. This one-act production is staged several nights each week in July and August, is well worth a trip to Regina in itself.
Looking to boost your iron? Well, look no further than the Liver Lovers Luncheon Club! Since 1984, local liver lovers have bonded over liver and onion meals – at the basic City Hall cafeteria at noon on the first Thursday of the month. A full meal is about $6.25 and includes a serenade of the Liver Lovers Anthem!
For those averse to live, have no fear, the Cathedral District is here, and lined with cafés, bookshops and a restaurant or two, making it a walkable alternative from downtown.
You’ll want to save room however for your visit to the Milky Way, Regina’s favorite ice cream spot since 1956. Don't sweat the wait – you'll need the time to take in all that is the menu. You’ll find some unusual ice creams while some of the locals swear by the milkshakes
Come evening you’ll find yourself heading up to Dewdney Ave, just north of downtown, where bars like Bushwakker Brewpub have taken over a 1913 warehouse with a dozen or so beers, live shows and better-than-average pub fare. The locals are in love with the place.