About Regina

First Nations University of Canada

First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv), in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, is a federated institution of the University of Regina with over 4,000 students and 3 main campuses. Elements of First Nations cultures and values enhance the institution’s academic programs, and FNUniv has the highest concentration of Indigenous PhD’s in the country. Because of the unique experience offered by FNUniv students get the greatest opportunity to succeed in their education, and also to strengthen their communities by hearing the language(s) of their peoples, learning from elders in their classrooms, and much more. Every year ​FNUniv welcomes students from diverse backgrounds who wish to learn about indigenous ways of knowing.

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

The beautiful city of Regina, capital of the province of Saskatchewan, is Canada’s 16th most populous urban area with over 205,000 residents. Regina is located in southern Saskatchewan which borders the US states of Montana and North Dakota. Although Canada is notorious for its cold winters, Regina is one of the country’s sunniest cities, with temperatures averaging around 73 degrees Fahrenheit in summer and 12 Fahrenheit in winter. Regina boasts an astonishing variety of cultural, entertainment, and recreational opportunities available, from museums and science centres to hanging out with the locals at weekly farmers markets. You will find activities for everyone in this city that will make it an enjoyable visit.

Places of Interest

Wascana Centre

RCMP Heritage Centre

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Mackenzie Art Gallery

Globe Theatre

Regina Symphony Orchestra

For more information about Regina please visit: http://www.regina.ca/residents/residents-regina-facts/about-regina/