Regina is the capital city of the province of Saskatchewan.
It is in the south part of the province on highway No. Regina is home of the RCMP Training Academy and the CFL Saskatchewan Roughriders.
There are many public golf courses throughout the Regina area.
The Royal Regina is a semi-private course and Wascana Golf & Country Club is members only.
Joanne Goulet, Tor Hill & the Murray are all municipal courses. The surrounding area boasts championship courses at Deer Valley Estates and Emerald Park. Eclectic, locally-owned shops and boutiques can be found clustered in the pedestrian-friendly Cathedral Village  or Old Warehouse District .
Visitors to Regina will also find all the indoor shopping malls and big box power centres endemic to most North American cities: This article or section does not match our manual of style or needs other editing.
Regina also has a Ring Road, though it is only a half ring road and can take you through most of the city.
Regina Transit  Regina has more parks and greenspace per capita than any major city in Canada.
Wascana Centre is a huge 9.3 square kilometre (2300-acre) park that is built around the shores of Wascana Lake, a man made lake in the heart of Regina.
It is one of North America's largest urban parks, and includes several attractions, such as several walking and bicycle paths, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, an outdoor pool, a marina with boat rentals, the Saskatchewan Legislative building, and the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts.
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Saskatchewan is known for having one of the largest per-capita ratio of restaurants to citizens, so there is a wide variety of places to choose from.