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Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan, and its second largest city after Saskatoon. Previously called Wascana ("Buffalo Bones" in Cree), it was renamed Regina (Latin for "Queen") in honour of Queen Victoria.
Regina has benefited from the renewed interest in Saskatchewan’s natural resources (oil, gas, potash and uranium). It now has a robust economy and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. That coupled with relatively affordable housing make this city a good place to live, work and raise a family. Rosemont, Uplands and Lakeview are some of its most coveted neighbourhoods.
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If you wish to explore culture of this region, you could start with the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, which offers good insight into the prairie lifestyle. You could also consider a visit to Wascana Centre, a sprawling park built around Wascana Lake and designed by Minoru Yamasaki –architect of the original World Trade Center in New York. It is home to government, recreational, cultural, educational and environmental buildings and facilities.
The City of Regina takes great pride in being home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Academy, "Depot" Division. Exhibits at the RCMP Heritage Centre, which is part of the academy, chronicle the past, present and future of the iconic Canadian Mounties. Regina also houses Canada’s only Medieval-style castle, the Stone Hall Castle.
Regina is connected to the rest of the province via the CanAm Highway. About 330 kilometres of Highway 6 contribute to this highway between Corinne and Melfort.