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Prairie Cool

Regina’s history of bringing people together dates back to the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota and Lakota Nations meeting to honour the buffalo they harvested. Today, people come together in Regina to talk agritech, with more than 207 businesses in 36 different agricultural industries including grain handling, livestock management, soil/groundwater cleaning and so many more. (sourceicons.external-link-icon)

Regina by the Numbers


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The Sunniest Provincial Capital in Canada

To and from Regina

Getting here is easy from almost any Canadian hub, as well as Phoenix, Las Vegas and Orlando. Because 40 per cent of Canada’s farmland is in Saskatchewan, much of Saskatchewan’s liveable areas are concentrated. Much of what you’d want to see around Regina (like Indian Head and Buffalo Pound Provincial Park) isn’t that far away. (sourceicons.external-link-icon)

In Regina

Regina’s high skies combined with its relatively small footprint and flat topography make it a great walking city in every season. Between meetings, your attendees can wander through the city’s eight historical districts, and they’ll walk under many of the 500,000+ hand-planted trees — an ongoing effort since 1883 to make Regina a green oasis in the wheat fields surrounding it. (sourceicons.external-link-icon)

Weather in Regina

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3°C to 17°C

37.4°F to 62.6°F

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9°C to 24°C

48°F to 75.2°F

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-10°C to -1°C

14°F to 30.2°F

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-15°C to -5°C

5°F to 23°F


The Regina skyline
Tourism Saskatchewan/Greg Huszar Photography


Agribusiness is obviously the big industry in and around Regina — Saskatchewan leads the country in cereal grain, oilseed and pulse cultivation. But the city is also home to many finance and insurance institutions. It’s a major manufacturing centre in the agricultural space. And the innovative spirit driving its agritech sector is helped by being the second youngest major provincial city in Canada. (sourceicons.external-link-icon)

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