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Tours and Day Trips

Hillberg & Berk

A Luxurious Girls Day Out

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Start your day off with a unique breakfast at Fresh & Sweet at 2500 Victoria Avenue. This popular café will leave your taste buds craving more. Some of the popular breakfast options are Bacon & Peach Pancakes, White Chocolate Banana Bread French Toast and the Strawberry Goat Cheese Waffle. Check out these mouth-watering dishes being featured on the popular Food Network Canada show – You Gotta Eat Here! After feeding your food craving, it’s time to make a visit to a girl’s best friend – jewelry! Make your way over to …Read More

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City Heritage Walking Tours

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It’s time to grab a coffee and take a stroll through Regina with one of the many self guided walking tours available. Learn about Regina’s past, including the infamous (to Reginians) 1912 Regina Tornado. There are 16 tour options through 7 of Regina’s historical districts. Take a peek and choose your favorite, and while you’re learning make sure to stop and enjoy many of the local shops and eateries along the way. Tour options by Historical Districts: Cathedral – 3 tours Centre Square – 2 tours Crescents – 1 tour Downtown – 2 tours General …Read More

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Food, Fashion, Fun

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Wake up and smell the coffee…at The Green Spot Café (1821 Hamilton St). Green Spot offers organically roasted beans and flavors to satisfy any craving from around the world ranging from the Americas, Africa and Arabia, to Asia and the Pacific. Get there before noon because you won’t want to miss out on one of Regina’s best kept secrets, the ultimate cinnamon bun. These treats are baked fresh and available only on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s. Here’s an insider’s tip: you may want to order more than just one of these …Read More

RCMP Heritage Centre

Heritage and History

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Grab the kids and immerse yourself in a few local treasures. Keeping with the attractions theme, you don’t want to miss the fun at these two landmarks. Check out the RCMP Heritage Centre There are guided tours available in the galleries, but on the occasions where there isn’t tours happening, they have developed a self-guided tour to help guests navigate the artifacts on display. Take time to enjoy the March of the Mounties exhibit, which anchors the main hall and tells the story of the Force through the theme of …Read More

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Holidays Are Here

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Dec. 13: Old Fashioned Victorian Christmas at Government House It’s free family fun that includes sleigh rides, carols, cookies and a visit from a special guest. The show runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Dickens Yuletide Singers at Government House 1 & 3 p.m. A Heritage Christmas at RCMP Heritage Centre. An afternoon of fun for the whole family, including a pancake brunch with Mrs. Claus, Santa Science Show, Letters to Santa, Family Photos by the Tree, and more. 11:30 – 4pm Dec. 14: Classic Christmas Evening at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum There will be …Read More

Wild Sage

Hot Chefs Round 2

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Geoffrey Caswell-Murphy – Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar Chef Geoffrey brings a diverse culinary style that celebrates the farmer-chef relationship – a philosophy that Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar integrates into every dish. “I support the farm-to-table concept because I have a passion for using ingredients that are locally grown, harvested and produced” said Chef Geoffrey. The Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar features innovative and memorable food experiences prepared by Chef Geoffrey and his culinary team. His Saskatchewan-inspired food creations incorporate provincial favourites including Lake Diefenbaker trout fillet, Pine View …Read More