October 23, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE GIVES REGINA’S TOURISM SECTOR A CRITICAL OPPORTUNITY TO ‘COLLABORATE AND CONNECT’ (Regina) Tourism Regina's third annual Collaborate and Connect conference is back. Different, but the same. While the conference has been moved to a virtual format, attendees will still have a chance to hear experts speak on trends and… Read More

RELO Podcast Episode 5: Growing Innovation

Regina has become a lot of things. The seat of government in Saskatchewan, a destination for events and tourism, an audacious entrepreneurial eco system. The list goes on. But at its core, Regina has always remained an agricultural hub. We are inextricably tied to the land around us, and our prairie pride is rooted in a strong farming tradition.  And while our link to food is as… Read More

8 Indigenous-Owned Regina Businesses

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day recognizing and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples of Canada. Regina is home to a diverse variety of indigenous-owned business. Here are just a few to celebrate NIPD 2019. Mo’ Solar Bradyn Parisian wears a number of hats in Regina – from Conexus Credit Union Board… Read More

RELO Podcast Episode 4: Now, Then, and in the Future

Hello and welcome to the RELO podcast, Economic Development Regina’s quarterly review of Regina’s business community and economic position. I’m your host Conrad Hewitt. If you ask anyone in Regina, they’ll tell you this city has transformed itself over the last decade. In a lot of ways from an outside perspective it’s almost unrecognizable, and like a lot of things… Read More

Growing an Economy of Reconciliation

Substantial steps are being made to harness the power of Canada’s Indigenous population within the economy, right here in Regina. Recently, a partnership between the University of Regina and Indigenous Works (a not-for-profit organization which seeks to identify economic and employment opportunities for the Indigenous workforce) received funding from the federal government for a number of… Read More