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Tesla V3 Superchargers in Regina Look Ready to Go Online

Back in June, the first Tesla Supercharger to begin construction in Saskatchewan took place in Moose Jaw. In late August, another Supercharger started construction in the province’s capital of Regina, and the latest images of this site show it’s pretty much ready to go online soon. The Regina Tesla Supercharger is located in the East...

Tesla Supercharger in Regina Begins Construction

Saskatchewan is getting another Tesla Supercharger underway, as construction has begun in the province’s capital city of Regina. The location for the upcoming 8-stall Tesla Supercharger in Regina is in the parking lot of the East Regina Canadian Tire, located at 2325 Prince of Wales Drive. The crew starting work at the site earlier this...

Uber Launching in Regina This Afternoon at 3PM [u]

Uber is set to launch in Regina, Saskatchewan, today, following the province’s new bylaws and regulations to permit ridesharing. At 3PM CST (1PM PDT/4PM EDT) today, Uber Canada and local officials will be on hand for a photo op in front of City Hall, at the south side of the Peace Fountain on Victoria Avenue,...

Uber Eats Launches in 30 New Canadian Cities [u]

Uber Eats has expanded in Canada, reaching 30 new cities and towns nationwide, which includes Regina and Saskatoon. The service allows customers to place mobile orders via the Uber Eats app and have it delivered. “Launching in these 30 new cities supports our efforts to bring food delivery to more Canadians through the Uber Eats...

Regina Leader-Post Relaunches for iOS, Adds Apple Watch Support

The Regina Leader-Post launched a new iOS app this week, which the publication says "represents a groundbreaking approach to delivering content to a modern, on-the-go audience that’s always within arm’s reach of their mobile devices." The app get a new design, easier navigation and a new section called LP Now, which contains the latest breaking...

Regina Police Plead with iPhone Users to Stop Asking Siri About “9/11”

The Regina Police Service issued a request today directed at iPhone users to stop asking Siri about 9/11, as a result of messages posted on social media claiming the voice assistant’s response “is hilarious.” What actually happens is your iPhone will dial 9-1-1 within five seconds, which for many is not enough time to figure...