Regina is the capital of Canada’s Saskatchewan province. This province is the only one in Canada that doesn’t have mountains or some other kind of geographical border that separates it from the other provinces in Canada. The majority of the population of Saskatchewan live in the southern half of the province, with the northern half being sparsely populated due to thep reservation of forests.
Due to the location of the province, the winters are typically extremely cold, and the summers extremely warm. Two border cities have a tie claim to a record high temperature of one hundred and thirteen degrees Fahrenheit in the summer of 1937. Regina itself is located near the border between Canada and the United States.