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Named after Queen Victoria, the city of Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan and a busy cultural and commercial centre. Regina is known for its strong sense of community, good food, sports and entertainment and art culture. Corner Gas fan? Rouleau is about 50 kilometres southwest of Regina and also known as the fictional town of “Dog River” in Corner Gas.
Regina has a variety of transportation options; public transit, paratransit, taxicabs, and car rentals. The city’s transit services provide safe, reliable, and affordable transportation.
During golf season (April – October, weather permitting), Regina's four City-owned courses offers low-cost golfing for everyone in the family.
If golf isn’t your thing, and you’re looking to save some money, and love a good adventure, Regina is loaded with parks and lush green spaces to explore outdoors. To some, it’s getting out into nature, trying new activities, trekking off the beaten path, or simply appreciating new scenery. During the winter season, the City also maintains and operates eight indoor arenas, with over 50 outdoor skating rinks and six shinny sites. Arenas are open for public skating from September to March.
The outdoor ice season is weather dependent. Outdoor skating rinks typically operate from mid-December to mid-February. Whatever you’re looking for, unleash your inner-adventurer in Regina.
Regina has implemented a “Clean it Right” awareness and education program on enhanced cleaning for establishments in Regina, with the goal of regaining consumer confidence in returning and visiting Regina, post COVID-19. The purpose of Clean It Right was to help Regina businesses re-gain consumer confidence by making a commitment to provide a clean and safe environment for consumers and visitors. If you are traveling to Regina, click here to see a full checklist of how to #SeeYQR Safely.