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Tours and Day Trips

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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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A Mother’s Day to remember in the Regina region

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As Mother’s Day approaches, it’s time to brainstorm how to show your mother how much you appreciate her. Given your likely propensity to save things until the last minute (don’t worry, we all do it!), we’ve taken the liberty of putting together a special Mother’s Day agenda which can be pulled off in short order, but will feel and look like you planned it weeks ahead. Wake up: With a fresh coffee or espresso at 13th Avenue Coffee House; a Regina staple and tradition in the historic Cathedral area. Drive: …Read More

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Berry Picking Day Trip

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The summer months in Saskatchewan are made up of some of the most beautiful days and evenings. Hot weather and colourful sunsets make it the perfect time to experience the beautiful, natural landscape around our great city. Berry-picking is a great way to get the family out to enjoy a lovely late-summer day.  You can drive less than an hour north, south, east, or west and find any number of family farms that offer you the chance to pick your own fruit. That’s not all though! Many locations also offer a …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 favourite, 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 Hospital – …Read More

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Embracing Food, Fashion, and Fun

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With back to school season here and fall on our doorstep (don’t blame the messenger), it’s time to embrace new fashion and have some comforting food while you’re at it. Start your morning off right with some organically roasted coffee from The Green Spot Café (1821 Hamilton St). This place will certainly get you amped up for a day of shopping with enough coffee beans to satisfy any craving from around the world ranging from the Americas, Africa and Arabia, to Asia and the Pacific. While you’re there, don’t miss out …Read More

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Family Day in Wascana Park

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Grab the kids and get ready for an attraction extravaganza! Start your adventure off in the beautiful Wascana Park, which is not only home to some great attractions but is also an impressive marsh ecosystem that many species of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, insects and plants call home. It is an extraordinary place to explore nature without ever leaving the city. You can start your exploration by walking, biking or snowshoeing (depending on the season) then journey on to find hours of enjoyment at all the fantastic Partners of Wascana …Read More