Regina

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Regina is the capital city of the Canadian Province of Saskatchewan. It was founded in 1882 upon the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway, named for Queen Victoria which in Latin would have been Victoria Regina. The population of Regina as of the 2016 census is 215,106 (an increase of 11.4% from 2011).[1]

Sports

The Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League are a well loved sporting tradition. The team is owned by the community and play at Taylor Field. Some fans will travel 200–250 miles to watch home games.

Media

AM Radio

  • 540 - CBK (CBC Radio One; licenced to Watrous)
  • 620 - CKRM (Country)
  • 980 - CJME (News/talk)

FM Radio

  • 91.3 - CJTR (Community radio)
  • 92.1 - CHMX (Adult contemporary)
  • 92.7 - CHBD (Country)
  • 94.5 - CKCK (Adult hits)
  • 96.9 - CBK (CBC Music)
  • 97.7 - CBKF (Ici Radio-Canada Première; French)
  • 98.9 - CIZL (Hot adult contemporary)
  • 102.5 - CBKR (CBC Radio One; FM repeater of AM station CBK)
  • 104.9 - CFWF (Active rock)

Television

  • 2.1 - CKCK (CTV)
  • 9.1 - CBKT (CBC)
  • 11.1 - CFRE (Global TV)
  • 12 - Citytv Saskatchewan (Citytv; cable-only commercial/educational hybrid)
  • 13.1 - CBKFT (Ici Radio-Canada Télé; French)

References

  1. 2016 Canadian Census

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