The Cathedral Village is located just minutes from downtown Regina on and around 13th Avenue. The Village is a highly sought after place to work, play and live. Hundreds of businesses line the streets in this area and it is truly “the” walking neighbourhood in the city. The Village is easy to access via Lewvan Drive from the West or Victoria Avenue via Albert Street from the East.
The shops, restaurants and services are a blend of cheap to chic. Included are renowned coffee shops, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and delectable eateries.
The natural place to shop and the premier retail shopping area is located in the South West. Grasslands is Saskatchewan’s first master planned, mixed-use shopping experience featuring traditional large format national retailers complemented by unique local boutiques, regional and national fashion and specialty stores, and an enhanced restaurant dining experience.
Regina Downtown Business Improvement District
The Regina Downtown district is made up of over 700 retail stores, services, theatres, restaurants and other attractions, and also contains southern Saskatchewan’s largest shopping mall, the Cornwall Centre. The area’s boundaries are the Regina Casino on the north (by the railway tracks), 13th Avenue on the south, Angus St. on the west and Osler St. on the east.
Regina Farmers’ Market
This market has been the gathering place for a special rural and urban exchange since 1975. Vendors locally make, bake or grow their products, serving a unique selection of organic and ethnic foods, beautiful flowers and plants, tempting sweets, unique arts and crafts and much more.
Shopping at the Market is a great step towards a healthier, community friendly life. Support an environmentally sound choice, with emissions being reduced by buying locally rather than shipping products across North America. Buy local – eat fresh!
Regina’s Warehouse Business Improvement District
Regina’s Warehouse District covers 80 blocks of the Queen City, with the boundaries of Albert St. to Winnipeg St. and 4th Ave. to the CPR tracks. The Warehouse district is home to both modern and historic Chicago-style buildings, which were built in the early 1900’s. The area contains over 600 independent retailers and business, many of which are locally owned. There are many specialty shops including an organic grocer, and various types of cuisine. The “Dewdney Strip” is Regina’s nightlife centre: local breweries, live music venues, pubs, and nightclubs all within walking distance on Dewdney Ave.