Welcome to the Royal Danish Consulate in Regina! The consulate is located in Regina and covers the province of Saskatchewan. We will be happy to assist you with information about Denmark, whether it be trade, tourism, culture or history. Whenever possible, appointments can also be made in other parts of the Province.
Home to one of North America’s largest urban parks, Regina’s 2300-acre Wascana Centre features major attractions including the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, and the Saskatchewan Science Centre and Kramer IMAX Theatre. Regina is home to Canada's only training academy for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police recruits.
The city is rich in artistic and multicultural traditions, with Canada’s longest continuously operating symphony orchestra, the Regina Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Globe Theatre, a company that stages innovative productions in the round. Mosaic, Regina’s three-day festival of culture, celebrates the rich ethnic history of the prairie settlers, and the Dragon Boat Festival brings the mystery and fun of the Orient to Wascana Lake.
Saskatchewan offers a variety of excellent destinations of interest. As an example, the site of North America's oldest bird sanctuary, established in 1887, is at Last Mountain Lake. The city of Estevan in southeast Saskatchewan is Canada's sunshine capital, averaging 2,540 sunshine-filled hours each year! Saskatchewan is known for its agricultural production and produces over 54% of the wheat grown in Canada.
Danes in Regina belong to the Scandinavian Club, in Saskatoon to the Scandinavian Club of Saskatoon and in the south-west part of the Province, to the Swift Current Scandinavian Club. These clubs organize cultural and informative events throughout the year, and include members from the five Nordic Countries. Please contact the Consulate to obtain contacts and address for these organizations.
We welcome your inquiries and look forward to serving you. Vi taler dansk.
Yours sincerely – med venlig hilsen,
Inge H. Ryan, Honorary Consul