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Why People Prefer Shifting to Regina?
Regina has 6th lowest cost of starting business out of 64 cities in Canada and other cities of
Western Canada and rest of the US examined in the KPMG study. If you are thinking about
starting a new business in Regina, construction costs and industrial land prices are very
affordable here along with very competitive industrial and commercial rental office rates
and utility rates are also very attractive. When it comes to education, you should start
searching for apartments for rent in Regina because a lot of options are offered to students
here. Some of the topmost educational institutions are First Nations University of Canada,
the University Of Regina, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology and
more. The curriculum of high school and elementary schools are managed through
Separate and Public School Boards. There are 23 departments and 9 academic faculties in
University of Regina providing Master, Bachelor and Doctoral degree programs.
The best part of living in Regina is low prices of real estate. According to the reports of
Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), Regina offers average price of real estate is
$132,799 which is much lower as compared to other real estate prices of other metropolis
of Canada. Hence, buying residential properties in Regina is a lot easier than any other city
in Canada. Not just that, the cost of living in Regina is a lot lower and quality of lifestyle is a
lot higher than other cities. This is why most people search for houses for rent in Regina in
the best source of listings Regina.houseme.ca. The maximum time of commuting to and
from office is around 20 minutes. In June 2006, the gas price was $1.09/liter in Regina. This
is why, Saskatchewan has reported lowest rate of car insurance around Canada.
Chatelaine Magazine was conducted a survey on the environment and water quality of
Regina and rated “A” to the environmental initiatives in Regina. In addition, they have also
reported reduction in wastewater treatment and CO2 in the air. By considering these above
factors, it is proved that the level of air pollution in Regina is very low that is good news for
the residents. Due to this reason, the risks of respiratory symptoms like chronic bronchitis,
lung infection and other disorders have constantly been reduced with the reduction in air
pollution. Hence, we can easily say that Regina is also one of the safest places to live in
Canada and the US.