The centerpiece of Regina's City Cemetery is The Soldiers Plot (also known as Soldier's Cemetery). The Soldiers' Plot came about due to the tireless work of former Regina mayor Lieutenant Colonel James McAra in 1920 whom believed that no soldier should lie in obscurity. Tombstones in this plot are arranged symmetrically and feature the name, rank, serial number, unit, age, and date of death of each soldier that was buried here. The grounds around the Soldiers' Plot are immaculately landscaped and serve as one of the most impressive military burial grounds in Canada .
The plot is also flanked by two field guns, which were captured from the German Army in World War I.