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Regina SK, Canada

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Regina SK, Canada. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Regina SK:

Regina SK, Canada City Info

Regina is the capital city of Saskatchewan, lying on the Trans-Canada Highway. Its rich history focuses on the combination of Indians, the "Mounties" and immigrant-farmers who have developed the prairie into the world's breadbasket.

Early settlers were given 160 acre land grants by the government. In September of 1881, Edward Carss settled where the Qu'Appelle River and Wascana Creek met. He is credited as the first settler in Regina. The next summer, six settlers set up camp near present-day Wascana Lake, and were joined a few days later by 11 more homesteaders joined them. This was the humble beginning of Regina. The town of Pile-O-Bones was a thriving western settlement, but was finally renamed in 1883 by Princess Louise, the wife of Canada’s Governor General, in honour of her mother Queen Victoria. The building of the trans-continental railroad changed the city's landscape, making the vast Saskatchewan prairie accessible to thousands of new immigrant-farmers. In 1883, the first dam was built across Wascana Creek, just west of the present Albert Street Memorial Bridge. In 1884, Regina had 400 buildings and a population of around 1,000. In 1886 the transcontinental railroad began carrying passengers and freight to the Pacific Ocean, and the city began to grow quickly being a jumping off point for new settlers in the area. Settlers were attracted from many parts of Europe, particularly those persecuted for their religious beliefs including the Mennonites and Hutterites from Germany, and Doukhobours from Russia.

The city became a major commercial centre as agricultural goods were sold for eastern consumption, and the farmers bought manufactured goods, brought from the east by the railroad. Later potash. which is used in fertilizer, was found near Melville.  On September 4, 1905, Saskatchewan became a province, with it first Premier Walter Scott. On May 23, 1906 it was declared that Regina would be the provincial capital.

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