Aug. 27, 2018

Douglas Park

Douglas Park

 

One of Regina’s older communities in the southeast is Douglas Park. This area features many beautiful detached homes. Douglas Park holds the best location, it is close to many recreational facilities and it is not far away from downtown. Within short walking distance is Wascana park, the science centre, Kramer Imax Theatre, Tartan Curling Club, Leibel field, an athletic complex which includes a running track, jump pits and much more. Kids will love Candy Cane park which is close by and perfect for playing at after school. There are four schools within the area, Douglas Park Elementary School, École du Parc Elementary School, Miller Comprehensive High School and Balfour Collegiate. 

   

 

 

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Aug. 16, 2018

Whitmore Park

Whitmore Park

The Whitmore Park neighbourhood, located in the South end, was part of the city post war expansion. The neighbourhood began development in the 1950’s when there was a need for more residential housing. The area features many cul-de-sacs, single-detached housing and houses built on larger lots. 

Whitmore park has close access to the University of Regina, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, great for students. The neighbourhood is within walking distance to all Albert Street Amenities such as grocery stores, restaurants, Southland Mall and is just a short distance from Massey Pool. Whitmore Park also has three elementary schools, St. Matthew school, Grant Road Elementary School, École Massey elementary school and one high school, Campbell Collegiate. These schools have playgrounds, baseball diamonds, basketball courts and more, perfect for kids to play at after school. 

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Aug. 13, 2018

Lakeview

Lakeview

One of Regina’s oldest neighbourhoods, well known for its tree lined streets, is Lakeview, located in the south end of the city. In 1904, this area was just farmland until it was sold to the government to build the Legislative Building on and the remaining land was used to start the development of what is now Lakeview. Lakeview was seen as Reginas “Finest Residential District” and many families started to build larger homes throughout the neighbourhood. Development in the area was slow and scattered and development wasn’t actually finished until the late 1960’s.  

The neighbourhood now has three elementary schools, Lakeview Elementary School, Argyle Elementary School, and École St. Pius and one high school; Sheldon Williams Collegiate. Lakeview has plenty of green space including Les Sherman Park and Kiwanis Waterfall Park, perfect for kidsto play at, and a par three golf course! 

 

Lakeview is close to all Albert Street amenities, such as shopping, public transit, grocery stores and restaurants. It is the perfect place to call home.

 

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June 11, 2018

Uplands

Welcome to Uplands 

This long standing community is in the north end of Regina. Following World War II, there was a sudden increase in Regina’s population. This created a need for new housing and prompted the development of suburban neighbourhoods such as Uplands. This neighbourhood was built in the 1970’s and is still continuing to grow with the recent development of Kensington Greens.

 One of the most popular features of this neighbourhood is Mount Pleasant Sport Park. This major sports facility offers baseball and softball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts and more! There are other green spaces across the community with more recreational opportunities such as informal walking paths, tobogganing hills, play structures and outdoor rinks. 

 Uplands is close to all north end amenities such as the Northgate Mall, Albert Street, and is only a 15 minute drive from downtown Regina! The neighbourhood also offers two public elementary schools Ruth Pawson School and M.J Caldwell Elementary School, and one separate elementary school, St. Gregory School.

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April 30, 2018

5 Things to do in Regina

 

5 Things to do in Regina

1. Royal Saskatchewan Museum 

In 1906, Saskatchewans first museum was established, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. The museums purpose is to help build an understanding of the provinces natural history and aboriginal cultures. The Museums most popular exhibit is Megamunch, a robotic Tyrannosaurus rex. Megamunch is the first of his kind in Canada. Admission to the museum is by donation which goes to the museums programs, exhibits and research. Open daily from 9:30-5.

2. Saskatchewan Science Centre

The Saskatchewan Science Centre is an interactive science museum. Located in a former power plant, this science museum has been open since 1989. With many different exhibits, this place can entertain kids for hours on end. In 1991, the Kramer IMAX theatre was added. Open year round, the science centre is the largest family attraction in Saskatchewan. Over spring break, February break and summer vacation, day camps are offered for kids ages 6-11 for 5 days, kids will participate in science activities throughout the day.

3. Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre is a beautiful park built around Wascana Lake. Within the 930 hectares of park are numerous building such as the Legislative Building, Royal Saskatchewan museum, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Science Centre and the University of Regina. Wascana Centre also includes Candy Cane park which is perfect for kids to play while families barbecue in one of the many picnic areas. Walking around Wascana Lake is perfect for a relaxing walk, you will come across the beauty of nature and different species of birds.

4. Globe Theatre

This theatre in the round puts on a variety of musicals and pays are put on for all to go watch. Founded in 1966 by Ken and Sue Kramer, Globe Theatre was the first professional theatre company in the province, now it is the largest arts organization in Saskatchewan. Globe Theatre is located in the Prince Edward building. A former post office and former city hall was once referred to as the Old City Hall Mall until Prince Edward visited Globe Theatre. The building currently holds boutiques, a restaurant and the theatre.

5.Mackenzie Art Gallery

The Mackenzie Art Gallery is Saskatchewans oldest art gallery, this gallery offers artwork from local and international artists. The gallery holds a collection of over 4500 pieces of artwork from artists such as Picasso, Rodin, Edvard Munch and a Canadian collection from artists such as Greg Curnoe, Dorothy Knowles, Joe Fafard and more. Every year over 70, 000 people visit the Mackenzie Art Gallery each year. A gift shop is found within in the gallery with unique gifts from top Canadian designers. Each purchase made in the gift shop goes towards supporting the galleries exhibitions and programs. The gallery is open for educational programs and free public tours. 

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April 5, 2018

Richmond Place

Richmond Place

Richmond Place is part of the Arcola East neighbourhood, the largest in the city by area and population.  Development began in the 1980's and consists primarily of single family detached homes.  Selinger Park is just one of the open green spaces in Richmond Place, great for sports or playing with your dog.  There's playgrounds for the children and a great walking and bike path that follows Wascana Creek. Keep your eyes open you never what kind of wildlife you'll see! 

Most children in the area attend WS Hawrylak school which offers english and french immersion programs as well as after school entertainment with a spray pad, tennis courts and a playground.  High school students head to Campbell, Balfour or Miller. 

Richmond Place is close to all east end amenities including Costco, Winners, a growing number of restaurants and the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre. 

If you don't want to venture too far from home, a little strip mall on Assiniboine Ave offers a convenience store and hair salon as well as the office of Christine Tell, MLA for Regina Wascana Plains. 

Richmond Place is a well established neighbourhood with a little something for everyone!

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March 22, 2018

Albert Park

Albert Park 

Albert park, is one of the largest neighbourhoods in Regina and is home to over 11,000 people.  The growth in the area began after the Second World War when Regina saw an increase in population.  It created a sudden demand for more residential housing and Albert Park was where many of the new homes were built in the 1950’s and 60’s. Apartments were soon added providing more affordable housing for families and the neighbourhood continued to grow. 

Today, this south Regina neighbourhood offers amenities such as the Southland Mall, grocery stores, gas stations, medical offices, frequent bus service and numerous restaurants as well as quick access to the ring road and Albert Street and other parts of the city.   

Families in the area have options for schooling with Montessori School, Dr. A.E. Perry School or Deshaye Catholic School.  As for recreation, check out Realtor Park with it's spray pad, tennis courts,  playground, soccer pitches and outdoor fitness park. The children will love it! And close by is the South Leisure Centre with a gym, multi purpose room, board and craft room.   

Albert Park has something for everyone! 

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March 14, 2018

Edgewater

Edgewater- The Perfect Place To Call Home

Located in the west end of Regina, next to the Wascana Creek and the Joanne Goulet Golf Course is Regina’s neighbourhood Edgewater. Edgewater is an ideal neighbourhood for first time or move up buyers as it is close to downtown Regina, retail and grocery stores. Going right through Edgewater is Sherwood Drive. You will have convenient access to a Safeway with a Starbucks, Shell Gas Station, Dollarama and other stores along Sherwood Drive. With plenty of options with homes including attached garages, homes with detached garages and front verandas or homes with fantastic views of Wascana Creek, it will be easy finding a home to suit your dream lifestyle. Located in the centre of the neighbourhood you will find Baker Park, a green space that is perfect for playing with pets, playing sports and it includes a playground which is ideal for your kids to play at.

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March 12, 2018

Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge

Located in the north end of Regina, you will find Maple Ridge. A community close to schools such as St. Angela Merici Elementary School, and just a short commute to Rochdale Boulevard amenities such as Wal-Mart, Super Store, Home Depot and many other stores and restaurants. One of Regina’s most affordable neighbourhoods, these houses have been built with quality and the craftsmanship you want. To protect the home values in the future, all homes will be finished with brick, stucco, stonework and the home will include an attached garage. Maple Ridge also features three beautiful parks, perfect for walking your dog, playing games or just simply enjoying the outdoors with your family. Maple Ridge, the perfect place to call home.

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Feb. 5, 2018

Westerra

Westerra

If you’re looking for a new home, don’t forget to check out the west end. Westerra offers a variety of single and multifamily homes. It is a community filled with great places to live, parks for kids to play at and great shopping. There are plenty of opportunities for employment as the area is not far from the Pasqua Hospital, the Global Transportation Hub, RCMP depot, Evraz Place and more.

 For families there are a  number of schools in the surrounding neighbourhoods for your children to attend, both elementary and high school including Luther College High School, Regina’s only private school. 

 If caring for the environment is important to you, it is also important to Western. This is a sustainable development with importance fro renewal and growth Street names within the area are inspired by the environment including names of trees and flowers. Westerra includes more than 5 parks and open green space and Regina’s first Cricket Pitch.

 

 

 

 

 

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