Hikes Near Regina

5 Amazing Hikes Near Regina In this wide and vast province of ours, there is no shortage of amazing things to see. We have the Qu’Appelle Valley, lots of beautiful lakes, pretty crop fields that look like a picture, and tons more. I enjoy getting close to nature, seeing up close the beauty that is […]

Why Shop Local?

Let’s Give Saskatchewan Businesses Some Love! Without realizing it, I kind of had a theme going for the I Heart Regina blog this summer—it was a shop local theme, and it really made me think about the importance of supporting our local businesses. Why Shop Local Every community has business owners that benefit when consumers […]

The Big Muddy: Expect the Unexpected

Big Muddy: Southern Saskatchewan’s Bad Lands People think of Saskatchewan as wheat fields and land so flat you can watch your dog run away for 3 days. While some of Saskatchewan is flat and we do have wheat fields, there is a lot of geography here that is hilly, with interesting rock formations. In my […]

What Can you Buy at the Regina Farmer’s Market?

Visit the Regina Farmer’s Market for More than Fresh Veggies I’ve been going to the Regina Farmer’s Market for most of my life. Growing up, my parents had a market garden, and twice a week, we would frantically pick the potatoes, corn, carrots, squash, and other delicious veggies to take into the farmer’s market. It’s […]

TWB Home Decor

Looking for Unique and One-of-a-Kind Items? If you are a regular reader, you might know I’m incredibly proud to be from Canada and Saskatchewan. ¬†And when I find other people who also feel that way, I get excited! So imagine my enthusiasm when I discovered a little shop called TWB Home Decor that not only […]

Are the Saskatchewan Roughriders Too Thirsty for Sponsorship Money?

What’s Going on at Mosaic Stadium? Can I just say that I am a fan of the Saskatchewan Roughriders? I’ve been going to Rider games, both as a fan and as a volunteer since I was young. I even did a Good-Bye post for the old Mosaic Stadium with some of my memories. And I’m […]

Tobin Lake Saskatchewan: More than Fishing

Road Tripping to Nipawin and Tobin Lake As you drive through Saskatchewan on the Number One highway, the geography appears to be flat, with wheat fields as far as you can see. But the beauty of this wonderful province that spans more than 650,000 square kilometers, is that you can drive for a few hours […]

11 Ways to act like a Tourist in Regina this Summer

Be a Tourist in Regina and enjoy all the City has to Offer! Whether you are a tourist in Regina or are a long-time resident, it’s fun to enjoy some of Regina’s attractions. Our summer is pretty short, so we have to pack as much as we can into it. But there’s no reason why […]

A Not so Ordinary Weekend in Moose Jaw

Looking for something out of the ordinary in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Moose Jaw Saskatchewan is only a 45-minute drive from Regina, but it once you are there, it feels like you are in a different world. The pace is slower and the scenery is different. Moose Jaw has a rich history of rum running and […]

150 Reasons why Canada Rocks – Interesting Facts about Canada Edition

Happy 150th Birthday Canada! Here are my favourite interesting facts about Canada In this last post about my 150 reasons why Canada is the best place on earth, I am telling you some interesting facts about Canada. Just random things you may or may not know. Marysville Falls, British Columbia Our Olympians stash a lucky […]