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.