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Issue 32

Partnerships are Cornerstones to Success Partnership and collaboration are the cornerstones upon which the work of Economic Development Regina is built. Virtually everything we do to help the local economy grow is based on working with other people and organizations. We have very strong and deep relationships with a number of groups and companies, through which we share resources and jointly… Read More

Issue 31

  Regina's Tech Future I recently had the good fortune to take part in a webinar offered by the International Economic Development Council, which is the umbrella organization for agencies like EDR across North America. They gathered a number of experts in the field of economic development to look at the issues and opportunities that we are likely to encounter over the next 25 years… Read More

Regina Tee's Off on the World Stage

2018 has been a banner year for Regina’s events and tourism industries. The city has hosted some of the largest events in its history, both in terms of size and scope, and the number of new visitors to Regina has reflected this. With a wealth of world-class facilities and an army of ready volunteers, Regina is quickly become a go-to destination for major national and international events… Read More

RELO Podcast - Episode 2: The Regina of Tomorrow

Moore’s Law states that computer processing power doubles every 18 months meaning that technology, by and large, advances exponentially. We as a society are hurdling headfirst into the future at top speed, which has its challenges, but also offers some incredibly exciting opportunities. In recent years Regina has positioned itself at the forefront of some of these opportunities. As a young… Read More

Baseball Canada Cup Coming to Regina

Baseball Canada has declared Regina as host city for the 2019 Baseball Canada Cup U17 Championships August 7-11, 2019. Taking place at Optimist Park and Currie Field, this premium championship event will showcase the Nation’s best in baseball aged 17 and under. In addition to the national attention Regina will receive, the tournament is also estimated to have an economic impact of $1 million… Read More