Established in 2018, Path Cowork was founded on the ideals of community, hospitality and the entrepreneurial spirit that exists here in Regina.
Path is more than a place to plug in a laptop or host a meeting—it’s a community at work. Since opening, this audacious community has grown to over 100 members and 35 companies from over 20 different industries.
Path is Saskatchewan’s largest coworking space. Our 15,000 square foot space includes more than 40 private offices, 50 workstations, 6 meeting rooms, 7 phone booths, an outdoor working patio, a communal kitchen and an open event space.
To create a workspace experience that allows our members to work effectively and happily everyday. To foster a community that allows people to thrive personally and professionally.
To change the way that people work in the prairies.
As Saskatchewan-based entrepreneurs, our team has always believed that Saskatchewan is full of opportunity and potential.
Our common values and shared passion for big ideas, meaningful work and the desire to see our province succeed have inspired us to create a community that helps businesses and people grow.
Our first venture began in 2013 with the opening of Leopold’s Tavern in Regina. Today, we are proud to continue to grow our business by opening new bars across Western Canada. From day one, our success has been driven by our unwavering dedication to hospitality and community building. This focus on community was our initial connection to the concept of coworking and eventually Path Cowork.
We’re proud of the collaborative and supportive workspace community that has been cultivated here in Regina. Everyday, we strive to make Path Cowork a community that our members love being a part of.
If you have any questions about the space this is your guy to talk to. Justin plays many roles managing the business and you’ll see him roaming around nearly every day of the week, so don’t forget to say "Hello!".
If you need a work break, pick Justin's mind about marketing, sports or travel. Or even better, get to know him over a coffee or beer in the common area.
nothing comes easy.
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