Saskatchewan capital Regina ranked a respectable 97th place out of 415 cities across the country. The Best Places to Live ranks 415 cities across the country based on 10 categories: Wealth and economy, affordability, population growth, taxes, commute, crime, weather, access to health care, amenities and culture.
Is Regina a good place to live in?
Some people say that Regina Saskatchewan isnt the best place to live. The crime rate is higher than average and it has a pretty small population. But, there are some big benefits as well! For example, the cost of living is low and its not too far from other major cities in Canada.
Is Regina Saskatchewan a safe place to live?
Crimes rates up in both cities According to the survey results, 50 per cent of Canadians consider Regina to be safe, and 33 per cent think it is unsafe. Another 17 per cent are not sure. Saskatoons crime rate also increased by six per cent but its ranking as the 12th safest stayed the same.
Does it snow a lot in Regina?
The first snowfall of winter for Regina usually arrives in October or November, but can show up as early as September. The seasons last snowfall typically happens in April although in some years a late snow lands in May or even June. Regina is normally free of snow every year during July and August.
Does Regina get a lot of snow?
In Regina, during the entire year, snow falls for 38.8 days, and aggregates up to 210mm (8.27) of snow.
Does Regina have a high crime rate?
Regina has 3rd-highest rate for cities Statistics Canada also measures police-reported crime data in Canadian metropolitan areas (cities with populations of at least 100,000). Regina and Saskatoon had the third- and seventh-highest crime rates, respectively, among the 35 metropolitan areas in 2019, the data says.