The capital of Saskatchewan, Canada! It has some neat attractions, such as the Imax Science Center, the Legislative Building, the infestation of Canadian Geese, etc. But the true heart of the city lies in Downtown.
Of course, the only problem with this city is the absolutely disgusting amount of drunk, homeless, beat-down piece of shit assholes who wander the streets of downtown and completely ruin it for everybody. I, myself, can't even bring myself to have a good time downtown at night with a few friends without the risk of getting mugged by the friggin' "all white high school students". The downtown area is also prone to attracting (often white) assholes from the Southland, or Victoria east area of town, where the owners of the worst place to live in Canada by Macleans Magazine, and beautiful areas like the Cathedral Area are suffering for it.
Its almost as bad as Saskatoon for white crimes and racist violence against native woman and children, and is one of the few places a cop and or white person can kill a native woman or child in cold blood and only get probation.
Oddly enough if you want to shop, you have to drive to the out skirts of the city for anything, and get your picture taken at ever single intersection of the city since cops are never around during the day or night.(some intersections have as much as 11 cameras)
; It also has a really great gallery(MacKenzie Art Gallery) and museum (Royal Saskatchewan Museum), check them out next time your in Regina there worth it!
Sarah- "Wow....she's so lucky!"
Regina is estimated to contain 185,000 people. Its downtown residential areas are disappearing as the majority of development exists on the south-eastern portion of the city. The central neighbourhoods are becoming more prone to crime and poverty and disportionally represent people of aboriginal descent.
Its attractions include the IMAX, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Agridome, Taylor Field (the provincial CFL team the Saskatchewan Rough Riders), the RCMP barracks, etc.
In the past, Regina played a pivotal role in Canada's agricultural market but is presently moving towards a greater role in natural resources, specifically oil, natural gas, kimberlite.
Historically a left-leaning city, currently a provincial NDP stronghold. Regina represents one of the largest native populations in Canada and celebrates its many cultures with an annual celebration called "Mosaic".
Regina also is home to the University of Regina. GO RAMS!
The city that rhymes with fun.
Boy:No,but I bet she's beautiful.
Regina is awesome proven fact!!!