Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Capital of Saskatchewan Canada

Regina Municipal Airport Postcard
courtesy Grant Walker, CA

My Saskatchewan Hat Collection

Last 2 hats are of course the best team in the CFL, The Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Green and White, the Team played at Taylor Field, then changed to Mosaic Field in Regina. In 2017 they switched to the new Mosaic Stadium in Regina.

Saskatchewan License Plates

My Mom in Regina, Oct 1928

Regina City Hall, early 1930's
My Mother's Sister Rose took a typing test here.

Here we see in 1912 Regina, Capital of SK, had a population of 34,000
The Parliament buildings were just being completed,after starting construction in 1909, at a cost of 2 million dollars.

Here we see the price of a ton of coal in Regina, in 1912
Estevan Lignite Coal is the cheapest at $3.80 to $5.00 a ton.

1912 CPR Booklet
printed in Calgary AB, by the CPR and Department of Natural Resources of Canada, promoting the Province of Saskatchewan as “The Golden”

Pages 54-57 from Booklet above, describing the price of goods, of every kind imaginable, in the City Of Regina in 1912.
The articles above are from a 1912 CPR Booklet, produced in Calgary, to promote settlers coming to Saskatchewan
Pages of the booklet were sent to me by Mr. Grant Walker, CA. USA.

Located on the Grand Trunk Railroad / CNR /

Regina-Boundary Branch Line

GTPR Regina Boundary Branch Line

Originally Created Feb 10, 2012**


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