Western Canada Sprints Regatta
- Jun 11, 2016
- Wascana Lake
- Regina, SK (CAN)
- Hosted By Regina Rowing Club
Welcome to Regina
Regina is a unique blend – home to a 100-year-old
symphony orchestra and the nation’s most passionate
sporting enthusiasts. It’s a shining city rising from a flat prairie landscape, less
than an hour from a stunning valley studded with sparkling
lakes. All year long, you will find a festival or celebration
happening to get you excited and energized about
experiencing something new. From the inspirational and the historic to the little quirks
that give it its charm, Regina will capture your heart and
provide every reason to return again and again.
Home of the RCMP
RCMP officers are born all over, but they are made here.
The RCMP Training Academy “Depot Division” has been
training the brightest and best in Regina since 1885.
Take a driving tour of Depot and observe cadets
undergoing their intense education. Catch the Sergeant
Major’s Parade happening Monday through Friday at 12:45
p.m. on the historical parade square.
Visit the RCMP Heritage Centre and learn the history of
the Force with a guided tour of the Heritage Centre’s six
galleries featuring the history of the Mounted Police and
its evolution from a frontier police to a modern police force
known the world over.
Lose yourself in Regina’s Wascana Centre. Located in the
heart of the city, this elaborate park ecosystem has 2,300
acres of green space, making it one of North America’s
largest urban parks.
Visit the reowned attractions in the park such as the
Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Royal Saskatchewan
Museum, Saskatchewan Science Centre and Kramer IMAX
Theatre, MacKenzie Art Gallery, and the Conexus Arts
Venture through this national historic site and provincial
heritage property, built in 1891. Set your own pace with
a self-guided tour, try geo-caching, have a picnic, search
for Jocko the mischievous monkey, or explore the new
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Known as the marble palace, the Saskatchewan Legislative
Building is the largest legislative building in Canada and
features 34 different types of marble from around the
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Be inspired by the thought provoking art showcased at the
MacKenzie Art Gallery. The gift shop features artists from
all over Saskatchewan and Canada and is a great place to
shop for handmade and high-quality gifts.
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Journey through two billion years of Saskatchewan’s
geological and early natural history. No visit is complete
until you meet Megamunch the robotic T. Rex, and Tickles
Welcome to the city that cheers the loudest. A Rider home
game is an experience like no other as you find yourself
getting caught up in the energy and excitement of the
CFL Saskatchewan Roughrider superfans. Be sure to wear
green and instantly become part of a community whose
roar can be heard across the country.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
Learn and play together at the Saskatchewan Science
Centre. The interactive exhibits encourage experiments,
the stage shows will wow you, and the life-like action of
the Kramer IMAX Theatre will thrill you.
Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame recognizes sport
excellence, preserves sport history and educates the public
on the contribution of sport to Saskatchewan’s cultural
fabric. Explore the stories and artifacts of the more than
480 Hall of Fame inductees from 1966 to present.
Casino Regina is housed in Regina’s historic Union Train
Station, a National heritage site. The Casino boasts over
800 slot machines, more than 35 table games, and a
Vegas-style show lounge.