For over four decades the Regina Humane Society has made a difference. Hungry animals rescued from the cold have full tummies and a warm place to sleep. Others who have been neglected or abused have found a place to be safe, to trust and to be loved. Fluffy blankets, toys and treats for pets whose owners can no longer care for them make a kennel seem like a home. Our vision for the future is
The Regina Synchronized Skating Teams provide the opportunity for skaters of all ages, gender and skating experience to enjoy the fun and healthy aspects of this exciting lifelong ice sport in a friendly team based atmosphere.
The Children's Program supports families, health professionals and community caregivers. The program promotes the development of children who have, or might have, physical or developmental disabilities.
The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, Population and Public Health Services, offers prenatal classes on weekday evenings and certain Fridays and Saturdays. The RQHR also offers a number of other Maternal and New Parent Programs.
Properly securing and fitting children into child car seats can be a complicated process. Having your child's car seat checked by a trained technician is the surest way to know you're doing it properly.
The Co-operators Centre in Regina is home to the University of Regina Cougars, and also offers public skating, drop-in hockey, parent and tot skating, and 3 on 3 hockey. Coming to the Cooperators for a tournament, you won't have to leave as there are a number of food options!
The Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists (SAO) is the professional member organization and regulatory body for Doctors of Optometry in Saskatchewan. Both the Canadian and the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists recommend that all children have a complete vision exam by age three.