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Wascana Lake

HISTORY Wascana Lake was originally created in 1883 by damming Wascana Creek between Angus and Rae Streets, 1½ blocks west of the present Albert Street dam and bridge, to provide a "stock watering hole.” The Lake was soon turned to recreational use and Reginans took to the lake for sailing and canoeing. Its size was slightly…

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Park Courtesies

Wascana Centre is a 2300-acre park in the heart of Regina. The Centre is committed to being a place of recreation and beauty for all to enjoy throughout the seasons! To ensure the beauty and safety of our park and everyone who enjoys it, we ask you please utilize common courtesies towards other park users Simple courtesies have been implemented.…

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Self-Guided Tours

  Come and experience one or all of the self-guided tours that Wascana Centre offers. Enjoy walks of beauty, history, and so much more! Walk 1 - A Place for You This walk begins at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and leads you along Albert Street and past Speakers' Corner. From there, you travel along the lake, past the bandstand and…

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Canada Geese

A little about Canada Geese Canada Geese arrive back to Wascana Centre usually around the middle of March. Pairs will quickly begin the process of making their nests and laying eggs after they arrive! Depending on the weather Canada Geese can begin laying eggs as early as the 27th of March! On average Canada Geese lay between 5-7 eggs but clutch…

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Edna May Forbes Lecture Theatre - Winter Pricing

Looking for a unique venue for a corporate event, meeting or retreat? The Edna May Forbes Lecture Theatre is located at Wascana Place, 2900 Wascana Drive.  Each rental includes access to the Edna May Forbes Lecture theatre and the main floor of Wascana Place, including our kitchen facilities and basic chair and table set up. The Edna May…

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