Casino Regina

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The Casino Regina building was the city’s union train station in the early 1900s; it didn’t become a casino until 1996. A ghost from the long past seems to be visiting the casino, usually in the underground rooms where prisoners were once housed in the old days. Staff members also have noticed doors open and close by themselves and objects seem to disappear, only to appear again someplace else. Voices have been heard as well.

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Geographic Information

1880 Saskatchewan Drive
Regina, SK S4P 0B2, Canada

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50.4521552, -104.6065906
Division No. 6
Nearest Towns:
Regina, SK (0.5 mi.)
Wascana Centre, SK (2.5 mi.)
Pilot Butte, SK (8.4 mi.)
Grand Coulee, SK (9.3 mi.)
Zehner, SK (10.5 mi.)
Lumsden, SK (17.8 mi.)
Rouleau, SK (22.6 mi.)
Valeport, SK (23.5 mi.)
Belle Plaine, SK (24.2 mi.)
Drinkwater, SK (25.5 mi.)


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