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Dale Mychasiw, owner of Quick Bit Vending Systems Inc., explains how his Bitcoin ATM works. The machine is located in Westar in the Kramer Shopping Centre. Photo by Lynn Giesbrecht.

The owner of Regina's only Bitcoin ATM says interest in cryptocurrencies is rising in the city. Dale Mychasiw owns Quick Bit Vending Systems Inc. and says his machine does eight to 10 transactions a day.

Logan Case holds his limited edition "Kickstarter" themed black and green Fidget Cube. Photo by Josh Diaz

After a long wait, one of 2016’s most anticipated desk toys has finally made its way into the hands of a small number Regina residents… Who have immediately started fidgeting with it.

President of The Grid VR Arcade, Rob Bryanton holds the HTC Vive Virtual Reality System. Along with hand controllers, the Vive allows the user to experience interactive virtual reality.

A local Regina man has turned his passion for virtual reality into reality.

Since opening in October, The Grid VR Arcade has attracted hundreds of new customers to try out virtual reality for the first time, according to its company president. Operating on a pay-per-hour system, the business has been captivating both old and young to experience the new technology.

The new 2017 Honda Ridgeline RTL-E in Regina Honda's showroom. The box of the truck comes with many features specific to the Ridgeline, most notably the new Honda Truck Bed Audio System. Photo by Josh Diaz.

Have you ever been to a tailgate party and your cheap $10 radio just isn’t good enough to keep the party going? Lucky for you, Honda has the perfect solution to your problem, and it only costs $50,000.