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Welcome to Tourism Regina’s new ‘Hang with the Locals’ blog space! Bookmark this page so you can read posts shared by locals who will contribute stories about what they love to do in Regina, their favourite city hotspots, cool events, contests and more.

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Veggie heaven in the Queen City

Posted by Sabrina Cataldo on November 24, 2016

The restaurant scene in Regina has changed a lot over the last several years. There are options for every palate. Chefs are happy to accommodate allergies and dietary restrictions, so it’s much easier…

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Yeehaw! Agribition is back in town!

Posted by Jenn Smith Nelson on November 17, 2016

It’s that time again in the city. You may have noticed an influx of cowboy boots, plaid shirts and giant trucks. Yep, Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) is back November 21-26 at Evraz Place….

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It’s so easy to fall in love with fall in Regina

Posted by Jenn Smith Nelson on November 10, 2016

It may not last long but fall in the city and surrounding area is an overwhelming beautiful blur of yellows, reds and oranges as we say goodbye to summer greens. Harvest moons and…

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Hottest Holiday Tickets in Town

Posted by Ashlyn George on November 3, 2016

The pumpkins are gone, the frost is here, and there is a jolly vibe throughout the city as everyone prepares for winter holidays in the coming weeks. There is a lot to see,…

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Halloween fun in Regina for all ages

Posted by Cheryl Kirkness on October 20, 2016

We’re just a few weeks away from Halloween and Regina businesses and clubs are busy putting the final touches on some exciting events! Whether you’re looking for a quiet kid-friendly event for your…

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Everything old is new again: Antiquing in Regina

Posted by Sabrina Cataldo on October 13, 2016

If what they say is true and “there is nothing new under the sun,” it makes sense to look to the past for inspiration instead of jumping on the next trend. We spent…

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Ignite! Festival at the Saskatchewan Science Centre sparks creativity

Posted by Guest Blogger on October 6, 2016

The Saskatchewan Science Centre tells us why you need to come to the Ignite! festival in Regina! Ignite! is art, science, engineering and more brought together to build connections and encourage imaginative invention…

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Instagrammers capture the best of Regina’s summer colours

Posted by Jenn Smith Nelson on September 29, 2016

I’ve always thought fall has undoubtedly been known as the star colour season. I mean, it’s kind of hard to beat the incredible smorgasbord produced by the turning of leaves, magnificent early evening…

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Escaping the Regina Asylum

Posted by Kenton de Jong on September 15, 2016

The door to the operating room slams close behind you. It rattles briefly and then locks, sealing you inside. The Regina Asylum closed 20 years ago due to malpractice, but it seems to…

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10 Apps to Make it Even Easier to #SeeYQR

Posted by Ashlyn George on September 8, 2016

The top ten apps to make experiencing Regina even easier. 1)Dash “Drink Well, Dine Often” is the motto for Dash, a dining app that allows you to search by type of dining experience,…

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Ashlyn George

Ashlyn George

With opportunities like flying in military jets with the Royal Canadian Air Force to driving her own dog sled team, no adventure is too crazy for travel writer and global explorer Ashlyn George, a supposed-to-be high school teacher. Having visited more than 50 countries on six continents Ashlyn also has a passion for her home province, most notably spending 2015 as the official online personality and travel blogger for Saskatchewan as the Saskatchewanderer. Follow Ashlyn’s global adventures at The Lost Girl’s Guide to Finding the World and on Instagram @thelostgirlsguide.

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Cheryl Kirkness

Cheryl Kirkness is a local freelance writer and the owner of the popular party-planning blog Moms & Munchkins. On her blog, she writes about fun party ideas for kids, delicious recipes, ideas for family fun, family travel and more. You'll also find Cheryl as a regular contributor to Pink Magazine, Calgary's Child Magazine and as a party stylist for Birthday In A Box. She enjoys family adventures with her son and husband both local and through travel in Canada and the US. Follow Cheryl on her blog www.MomsAndMunchkins.ca.

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Jenn Smith Nelson

Jenn Smith Nelson is a local freelance travel writer and photographer who contributes to a number of online and print publications from Westworld Saskatchewan and the National Post to Vacay.ca, Prairies North, Pink magazine and more. She loves exploring her own backyard especially with her kids in tow, and her travel stories range from family travel and girl’s getaways to adventure based experiences across Canada. You can also catch Jenn on CBC Saskatchewan where she a travel columnist. Follow Jenn's travels at travelandhappiness.com

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Kenton de Jong

Kenton de Jong

Kenton de Jong is a local blogger who has traveled to over a dozen countries spanning three continents. His love for travel began in 2010 when he attended the NEXT Generations Leaders Forum in Kingston, Ontario, where he met delegates from all over the world. Here, he also won the collective international Global Vision Award for the group's ideas towards housing and transportation of people in the "megacities" of tomorrow. You can follow his travels on his website kentondejong.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/kentondejongtravel.

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Patti Haus

Patti Haus is a Regina area blogger and amateur photographer who loves sharing her fondness for Regina people, places and events to anyone who will listen. She enjoys traveling with her husband and two kids. As the creative mind behind her blog, I Heart Regina, she posts about her experiences in Regina and Saskatchewan. You can follow here blog at www.iheartreginask.com.

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Sabrina Cataldo

Sabrina Cataldo

Sabrina Cataldo is an award-winning writer and communications consultant with a love of Regina’s arts and culture scene. She is the volunteer social media coordinator for the Regina International Fringe Theatre Festival and sings in various productions with Regina Lyric Musical Theatre and the choir Swing N Soul. She is in awe of the number of arts activities going on in any given weekend in the city and does her best to attend as many as possible. You can find her on Twitter @sabrina_cataldo.

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Taron Cochrane

Taron Cochrane is a strong and recognizable advocate for the local music industry. From more than 100 appearances on national news and local media (in print and on radio/TV) to his time as the Creative Marketing & Promotions Manager for the Regina Symphony and his social media work with a variety of groups, he continues to showcase what can be achieved through passion, motivation, and community involvement. Taron also works as a freelance writer for the Regina Leader-Post, is a highly sought after province wide public speaker and is currently serving his third term as a director on the SaskMusic board. Named a member of the “CBC Future 40,” Taron is also well known for his social media expertise, and has been recognized for the ‘2nd Best Twitter feed’ in Regina by Prairie Dog Magazine in 2013 & 2014 and as the ‘4th Best Facebook Friend’ in 2014.

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