The vehicle that is already in the intersection has the right-of-way. If there is a tie getting to the intersection, the vehicle on the right has the right-of-way. Regina's drivers seem to know only this derivative rule, which they use to override its antecedent rule. They think they have some sort of absolute right to the road in all cases.
Contrary to popular belief in Regina, Regina's drivers are not the world's best drivers: Don't believe it? Live in Vancouver or Los Angeles, then compare. People will say that drivers in Calgary are as bad. That's right. They moved to Calgary from Regina (or Saskatoon). Regina's drivers both old and young are VERY AGGRESSIVE. They drive as if they will run into you. Given a chance, some will. Aggressive drivers get away with what they do because their victims want to avoid an "accident" and people in Regina are generally ignorant of right-of-way. When situations are reversed, victims will act the same as aggressors. Do they imagine driving is a hockey game?
This is summer, when streets are dry and there is lots of traction.
In winter, when streets are covered with snow and ice, things are worse.
"In Phoenix when someone drives like this," opined one Regina
snowbird, "he is followed home and shot in his driveway." "When
I moved to Regina from New York City," complained an offended immigrant,
"I was told I had to pass a driver's test to get my driver's license,
because Saskatchewan has the finest drivers in the world!"