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5 Amazing Locations Across Saskatchewan to go for Mother’s Day Brunch

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Irish Pubs for St. Patrick’s Day in Saskatchewan

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Whether you live in the capital city of Saskatchewan or you’re visiting, there is no shortage of things to experience. From live entertainment and theatre to sporting events and outdoor adventure, Regina is home to some of the most passionate sporting enthusiasts. Don’t believe us? Head to Mosaic Stadium to experience the power of Rider Nation to find out for yourself!

Regina is also the proud home to numerous cultural institutions, museums, galleries, including and Canada's RCMP Training Academy Grounds. Did you know that every Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officer in Canada has undergone police training at Depot Division in Regina? Visit the RCMP Heritage Centre and hop on their trolley to tour around the depot!

Explore Downtown Regina, the heart of the city, where you can find the most lively hotels, restaurants, and bars. Head to Victoria Park for a quick afternoon yoga session, grab your greens at the Regina Farmers Market and relax to a Cinema Under the Stars. Pop by the Cornwall Centre, catch a show at Casino Regina or shop the boutiques on Hamilton. Or take a walk through Cathedral Village and enjoy the amazing murals on 13th Avenue while sipping a hot java from 331/3 Coffee Roasters

Whether you’re cheering on the Saskatchewan Roughriders, tasting the “Flavour of the Day” at Milky Way or canoeing on the beautiful Wascana Lake, the Queen City is sure to win your heart.

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