City of Regina - History and heritage
The City of Regina believes that heritage is a timeless resource held in trust for the benefit of present and future generations.
Regina's rich history comes to life through its virtual exhibits and physical records like photographs and legal documents housed at Archives. Learn about the pioneers buried at Regina cemetery. Read the biographies of people who played an important part in the Queen City's history. Take Regina's heritage self-guided walking tours.
The Heritage Community Association
Take a look and see the various programs and projects which are currently being offered in our community.
Regina's Warehouse District
Regina’s Warehouse District has a rich and diverse history and has seen many changes over its life span. Today’s Warehouse District is a mixture of old and new, past and present.
Come explore where Regina began and see how the past has become our future.
North Central Community Association
The association pursues the development and maintenance of a safe, vibrant and attractive community through advocacy, partnership and services.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Through learning resources, events and the Aboriginal Art Centre, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) works with Aboriginal partners to help celebrate, raise awareness of, and preserve Aboriginal arts, culture and heritage. These help define our national identity and enrich the lives of all Canadians.
Saskatchewan Genealogical Society
The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society is the voice of genealogy in Saskatchewan. It is a non-profit provincial cultural organization whose purpose is to promote and develop the study, research, and preservation of genealogy and family history. The mandate of the society is to preserve Saskatchewan records; provide assistance to Saskatchewan residents researching their heritage anywhere and to people researching their Saskatchewan heritage.
Saskatchewan Virtual War Memorial
This web site commemorates Saskatchewan’s war dead. Those men and women who perished in service to their country for the high ideals of peace and freedom. It has been created to supplement the physical War Memorial located on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina, SK.
Saskatchewan War Experience
University of Saskatchewan Library Digital Collections
Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture
By the Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research
This website is the most comprehensive attempt to chronicle traditional Métis history and culture on the World Wide Web and contains a wealth of primary documents – oral history interviews, photographs and various archival documents – in visual, audio and video files.
Biographies Regina is the new name of a group of people that for the past several years has been dedicated to gathering, preserving and sharing the people history of Regina, and continue so to do.