PCE is honored to welcome you to Saskatchewan, Land of the Living Skies.
The weather may be chilly but the hospitality will be warm.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18
Drop luggage at hotel
Prairie Clean Energy and RENOVA
Overview of the University of Regina’s Clean
Dr. Hussameldin Ibrahim
Presentation from Invest in Canada
Invest in Canada
Presentation from City of Melville regarding
Presentation from South Saskatchewan Ready
and special guests
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19
Conduct a COVID-19 Antigen test
Breakfast and meeting
PCE and RENOVA
Depart for the Regina International Airport
January in Saskatchewan can be cold at times. The average temperature is -17°C and it is not uncommon to encounter a blizzard. However, you need not worry as we will have warm winter jackets and gloves ready for you upon your arrival. There is no need for you to pack such big, bulky items. It is a good idea to bring a scarf, warm hat, and footwear appropriate for snow.
Masking is mandatory in all public places in Saskatchewan. Additionally, you will need to show either proof of vaccination against Covid-19 or a negative Covid-19 test in most places.
We will update this page if any public health measures should change.
Bring proof of vaccination/covid negative test
Masking is mandatory in all public spaces
During your stay in Regina, you will stay at the famous Hotel Saskatchewan. The Hotel Saskatchewan, built in 1927, is the hotel Queen Elizabeth and other royalty stay in when visiting Regina.
Unfortunately, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre is closed at this time. They have shut their doors to work on maintenance and restructuring during the pandemic. However, there is still much fun to be had!
Places to Eat
You can visit many exciting eateries just a few short blocks from your hotel. The Circa Lounge, located right inside the Hotel Saskatchewan, is a great place for a post-meeting cocktail. Victoria’s Tavern is a popular pub housed in an old bank building, complete with an original bank vault and classic wood interior. Dojo Ramen is a hot new restaurant offering Regina’s best Korean and Japanese ramen and street food. And the Cathedral Social Hall is a great place to try New York style pizza.
Things to See
Many additional attractions can be found just outside the downtown area. The Mackenzie Art Gallery, for example, features contemporary and historical art exhibitions from Saskatchewan, Canada, and around the world. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum houses “Scotty”, the most massive Tyrannosaurus Rex in the world. And Government House, a national historic site, boasts an interpretive centre and engaging exhibits filled with their collection of over 10,000 items from 1898-1910.
All Regina attractions can be found the in the Tourism Regina digital guides.