We welcome you with open arms

Welcome to a city where you are free to be whoever you want to be, where you can be inspired to pursue your dreams and to find success in every aspect of your life. 

Regina Welcomes You

Work and life, balanced

Regina and the surrounding region offer an outstanding quality of life, blending small town common sense with big city ambition.

Wascana Park hugs our central lakes with cycling and walking paths. Nature is set against a backdrop of Regina’s sparkling city lights. 


Live and learn

Regina is home to a growing hub of education, training, and research institutions. The University of Regina, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and Innovation Place provide opportunity for partnerships, intellectual growth, and cross-specialty communication.

The Regina-based First Nations University of Canada (FNUC) is the only university-level institution in North America developed by First Nations and Indigenous people and is developing into an international centre for excellence for Aboriginal education.

Be a part of the community

We know how to cheer

Regina has it all from world-class events, to international and national sports games. Saskatchewan’s only professional CFL team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders, owned by the community, draws 33,000 fans per game. Maybe you’ve heard of Rider Nation, ranked as one of the top pro sports brand in Canada. But there’s so much more, from the WHL Regina Pats, to Canadian Intercollegiate sports, and western major baseball. .

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Fighting fit

Here you can access a variety of options for sports and recreation for the whole family to take part in. Enjoy year round sport, fitness, leisure, cultural and arts programs offered by the City of Regina at their indoor and outdoor facilities around town.

Qu’Appelle Health Region offers a full range of hospital, rehabilitation, community and public health, long-term care and home care services to meet the needs of more than 260,000 residents living in 120 cities, towns, villages, rural municipalities and 17 First Nation communities within the Region.

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Cost of living

Percentage of household
 income spent on housing (based on a $100,000 family income)

Regina - 30%
Winnipeg - 30%
Saskatoon - 32%
Calgary - 33%
Halifax - 35%
Toronto - 54%
Vancouver - 86%

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