Living and Working in our Region
To find out more about the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, try the links below. If you are interested in where to go, what to see or to find out more about our beautiful Region, the information is just a click away!
Arts, Culture and Entertainment
Globe Theatre is Saskatchewan's largest cultural institution and the province's foremost professional theatre company.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is a non-profit organization supported by membership and generously funded by the University of Regina, Government of Saskatchewan and City of Regina. Additional financial support is received from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Museums Assistance Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage, The Canada Council for the Arts, City of Regina Arts Commission, Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture & Recreation and the City of Regina Public and Separate School Boards.
Regina Public Library
The Regina Public Library enhances the quality of life in Regina by providing access to information for cultural, economic, educational and recreational development.
Regina Symphony Orchestra
The Regina Symphony Orchestra's mission is to promote and enhance the performance and enjoyment of live orchestral music in Regina and southern Saskatchewan, and contribute to the cultural life of the city, province and nation.
Each year Regina welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the globe. They come for business and pleasure, to meet our people, to partake in special events, to see first hand this remarkable city - clean, green and growing - in the midst of the great Canadian plains. Whatever draws you to Regina, come prepared for a great time.
Regina Chamber of Commerce
The Regina Chamber of Commerce is a non profit volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing the business community of Regina. The Chamber exists to actively promote the economic growth of the business community and represent the interest of our members.
Regina Regional Opportunities Commission
The Regina Regional Opportunities Commission has been established to encourage and facilitate growth, innovation and diversification within the Regina economy. To find out more information related to Regina's economic development, visit our website.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers more than 160 programs in business and agriculture, health and science, technology, industry, nursing, hospitality services, community services and basic education.
University of Regina
The University of Regina has nine faculties and 23 departments, which have established reputations for excellence and innovative programs leading to bachelorâ€™s, masterâ€™s, and doctoral degrees.
Government and Municipalities
Carry the Kettle
Carry the Kettle is one of 17 First Nations Communities in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.
Town of Broadview
The C.P.R. Superintendent of Construction asked his office staff for a name for the stop and one gentleman suggested since he came from Toronto - Broadview, he would recommend the name of Broadview and the name was accepted.
Town of Cupar
Cupar became a village in 1905. It received its name from Canadian Pacific Railroad officials, who named it for the Town of Cupar in Fifeshire, Scotland.
Town of Fort Qu'Appelle
In 1880 the Royal North West Mounted Police arrived in the area of what is now Fort Qu'Appelle. Their barracks was established on what is presently Number 1 Tee of the golf course.
Town of Grenfell
Incorporated in 1911, Grenfell was named after Pasco du Pre Grenfell, an early shareholder of the railway company.
Town of Imperial
The town of Imperial, situated in the centre of Southern Saskatchewan, was incorporated in 1911.
Town of Indian Head
Indian Head is named after the westerly peak in a range of hills southeast of the community.
Town of Moosomin
By 1884 Moosomin had grown to include five general stores, five hotels, two livery stables, two blacksmiths, a doctor, lawyer, butcher and one printer. It was incorporated as a town in 1887.
Town of Rocanville
Rocanville is an agricultural and mining based community located in southeast Saskatchewan.
Town of Southey
The town of Southey is named after English poet Robert Southey.
City of Regina
If you are looking for information about the City of Regina, you have come to the right place. This site has been established to provide Regina residents and people from around the world with easy access to City information and services.
Government of Saskatchewan
Find information from the Government of Saskatchewan including Agriculture, Arts, Culture & Recreation, Business & Economics, Communities & Society, Education & Training, Government, Health & Safety, Human Services, Information & Communications, Labour & Employment, Law & Justice, Nature & Environment, Science & Technology, Tourism & Travel, and Transportation.
Saskatchewan Roughriders play in the CFL.
Canadian Western Agribition is one of North America's largest and best known agricultural marketplaces.
Festival of Words, Moose Jaw
The Festival of Words is a registered non-profit group of over 150 volunteers who present an enjoyable and stimulating celebration of the imaginative ways we use language.
Regina Dragon Boat Festival
The objective of the volunteer-run, non profit organization, called the SaskPower Regina Dragon Boat Festival Inc., is to foster better understanding, appreciation and awareness of Asian culture and heritage within our community.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
The Saskatchewan Science Centre makes science fun for people of all ages! Explore the wonders of the world around us in the Powerhouse of Discovery through exciting and entertaining hands-on exhibits.
Western Canada Farm Progress Show
The Western Canada Farm Progress Show is recognized as one of the premiere dryland farm equipment shows in North America.