Regina, the capital of the province of Saskatchewan, is a city of approximately 200,000 people. It is one of the fastest growing cities in North America and offers all the amenities you could want:
Excellent schools, colleges and a university
Museums, theatres and entertainment venues
Professional sports teams
Opportunities for children to take part in sports and the arts
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PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN
Saskatchewan is a province full of natural resources. Below the surface is a major supply of potash, uranium, oil, diamonds and gold. Above-ground, the gold comes from maturing wheat fields next to crops such as canola, flax, peas, oats and many others. The province’s diverse landscape includes desert dunes, flat pastureland, rolling hills, forests and lakes.
The people of our province work hard and play hard. They are known across the country for both their ability to raise millions of dollars for charities, and for their flat-out abandon when they are cheering for the province’s football team.
Our small towns are friendly and fun, with nearly every town featuring a golf course and a curling/skating rink. And, our cities are sophisticated and modern.