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Canadian Ports: Introduction to the Port of Regina

Regina Port Map

The location of the Port of Regina is shown on the map.

Regina's geographical longitude: -104.6188944, latitude: 50.4452112. One of the major ports on the Canada Line

Regina is in the south-central part of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Only 160 kilometers from the US border. With an annual precipitation of 300 mm, Regina is one of Canada's two important industrial cities, mainly engaged in oil refining, machinery manufacturing, agricultural equipment, metal processing, chemical industry, and food industry. The urban area has beautiful scenery and numerous historical monuments. It is a comprehensive city that develops industry, agriculture, chemical industry, furniture manufacturing and commerce. It was originally a place for hunting bison. It was the capital of the Northwest Territories from 1883 to 1905. It became the capital of Saskatchewan in 1906. It is the main distribution center and supply point for the surrounding wheat-rich plains. Located at the intersection of highway and railway.

Regina is an important shipping port in Canada. There are 165 ports in Canada, including 12 major ports, namely: Calgary (calgary), Montreal (montreal, qc), Port Rupert (prince rupert), Vancouver (vancouver, bc), Winnipeg (winnipeg), Halifax (halifax), Toronto (toronto, on), Edmonton (edmonton), Ottawa (ottawa, on), Ports of regina, saskatoon, hamilton, on.

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