Living in Regina, Canada:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Regina, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Regina what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Regina is a small city in Saskatchewan, Canada. The most identifiable characteristic of Regina would be its weather. In winter, the temperature drops to below -35 degrees Celsius and in summer, it can climb to 30 degrees Celsius. Because of this, many people travel south in winter to avoid the cold.

Moncef, says: 2020

Regina offers more than just great shopping, housing and jobs – quality family time that can be spent on various parks and trails is one of the things that I am most proud of. Also, as an immigrant myself, it really makes me glad how diverse the population here and how everybody respect each and everyone’s culture.

Regina is a community which is continually growing in population. The city houses different people from all around the world, which creates a culturally-diverse experience wherever you might go. It is the kind of community which provides the feeling which a small town delivers. You’ll quickly find your way around, meet new friends, and find a career which suits your needs. Enjoy the beautiful parks, and the man-made lake at the city’s center.

Aiyesha, says: 2020

Regina has a slower pace of life than many other cities in Canada. With it being centered around government, the population is older. As opposed to Saskatoon, which is centered around it’s university, where the population is much younger and feels more like living in a big city. Regina does, however, have many great walking paths you can enjoy in summer when it isn’t as cold as it can get in winter.

Amanda, says: 2020

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