Regina in the mid 50’s was a paradise for young, single people. This was what the dating scene was like back then.
In 1989, the Saskatchewan Roughriders made it to the Grey Cup, and a midnight flight to Toronto was added at the last minute. I had to go, it may be my only chance to see the Riders win.
In 1956, the Saskatchewan Roughriders made the playoffs, and a last-minute train to Edmonton was put together for fans wanting to watch the game against the Eskimos. This is what happened on the Rider Train.
The first time I ever saw a Saskatchewan Roughriders game, I was 17 years old. The Hamilton Tiger Cats were the hosts, and from the first kickoff, I was hooked.
In 1985, a group of women from Regina, Saskatchewan went down to Minot to play in the Lady Bug Open. Talk about fun… By Maureen O’Shea.