If you look at a map of North America, you'll find Regina at the centre of the continent, in the heart of the Canadian plains. The land is flat and seems to stretch out forever. Regina, the Queen's City and the capital of Saskatchewan, is a beautiful oasis on the prairies with more than 350,000 hand-planted trees. It is home to a 100-year-old symphony orchestra and the nation's most passionate sporting enthusiasts. From our serene park at the heart of the city to exhilarating events and festivals to fascinating museums, galleries, heritage and science centres – Regina offers memorable experiences for all.
The Southern Saskatchewan region boasts a variety of unique environments. From the desert dunes at the Sand Hills Ecology Reserve, to the Cypress Hills (the highest points between the Rockies and Labrador), there is much to see and do. For more information of these vast possibilities, please visit the Southern Saskatchewan Vacation Guide.
Saskatchewan (derived from the Cree word kisiskâciwanisîpiy or "swift-flowing river") is located in the heart of the Canadian prairies. Covering 6.5% of Canada, Saskatchewan landscapes include prairie, plains, and shield. Please visit Tourism Saskatchewan for more information on places to go, things to do, where to stay, and more information on what makes Saskatchewan unique.
Saskatchewan's booming economy is well-diversified, and is well-supported by bountiful deposits of natural resources, including uranium and potash. A strong economy and an inviting atmosphere have helped push the population of Saskatchewan to over a million people. For more information on the Saskatchewan economy, please visit Enterprise Saskatchewan.
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