#SeeYQR through the eyes of our Ambassadors! The vibrant city of Regina is continually growing, with new shops, events, restaurants and attractions popping up all of the time. Here, it’s the locals who know it best—so who better to show it off? Check out our Regina Ambassadors below, and see what they recommend for your next visit!
Meet Justin. Justin has lived in Regina his entire life and he loves the people he gets to meet through his vlogs. “Regina is a smaller city steeped in humble, friendly Saskatchewan culture. That means we have access to a lot of great stuff while still being able to look each other in the eye on the street and not road rage in 45 minute traffic jams” says Justin. What’s the most unique experience in Regina, according to Justin? Walking, biking, or taking your Boosted Board around Wascana Park. It’s beautiful.
Melissa is a city girl living the acreage life on the outskirts of Regina with her husband James and 3 children.She is passionate about connecting people and sharing the stories of those who call Regina home. Whether she is exploring Regina as co-host of The Melissa & Tyson Show, getting to know other local business owners, or meeting people in and around Regina she is has one goal - how do we share more stories of this great city!
Suzy describes herself as an appreciator. She appreciates rich music, good food, funny people and unique experiences. She says it's the friendly, inclusive people that makes Regina different from other places she's travelled. If you're looking for a truly unique experience - Suzy recommends Regina Folk Festival, which has interesting stage setups, an electric atmosphere in the middle of the city, and tons of free activities. Check out what else Suzy recommends.
Meet Tyson! He's a husband of 1 and father of 3, which means life is always on the go. Whether at an event, on a walk in Wascana or whatever else is going on, he loves taking amateur iPhone pictures and sharing them. He calls Regina home and says it's full of amazing people. Looking for something not miss? Wascana Park in all its glory, hitting up a patio in the summer, Victoria Park and downtown in general. He wants to showcase the best of Regina, the hidden gems and the stories that make Regina so great. It’s the best of two worlds; small town and big city.