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Southern Saskatchewan Overview

South Eastern Saskatchewan Travel Tips Estevan, Saskatchewan has the highest per capita income in the province The town of Estevan receives more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the province The Qu’appelle Valley is a stunning recreation and cottage location, with fishing, boating, sailing and hang gliding opportunities abounding. Fort Qu’appelle is a valley town, with beaches, parks and shops all within a stone’s throw In the winter, a local ski resort, and over 350 km of snowmobile trails can be found near Fort Qu’appelle Castle Butte is the most prominent landmark in the region’s badlands, featuring a 70 […]

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West Central Saskatchewan Overview

Check out the Saskatchewan Baseball Museum in North Battleford The Annual Goose Festival is held every September in Kindersley Saskatchewan, and features a parade, concert, and a street dance The Stuart Houston Ecology Centre at Redberry Lake is a year-round interpretive centre that was declared a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO in January, 2000

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Saskatoon Overview

In a recent survey, Saskatoon was voted #1 overall best city under 250,000 in Canada. It ranked 15th in all of North America! The average price of a home in Saskatoon in 2005 was $135,550 versus Calgary’s $249,331 and Vancouver’s $412,830!! Average commute in Saskatoon is fifteen minutes Saskatoon is the biotechnology capital of Canada Saskatoon is home to the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron, the world’s most powerful synchrotron light source Saskatonians enjoy 2380 hours of sunshine annually Saskatoon is known as a real university town; the University of Saskatchewan offers over 100 degrees, diplomas and certificates, and is home […]

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Regina Overview

Originally known as ‘Pile ‘o Bones’ after the heaps of buffalo bones left by First Nations hunters, the city of Regina was renamed Regina (latin for Queen) after Queen Victoria, and is known today as Canada’s Queen City The Legislative Building in Regina is the largest in Canada, and its architecture reflects that of the English Renaissance Take a ferry boat across to Willow Island in Wascana Park, where you can have a delightful summer picnic on the grass The University of Regina is home to 13,000 full and part-time students Regina is the largest city closest to the geographical […]

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Northern Saskatchewan Overview

This region is home to the second highest density of nesting bald eagles in North America There are so many lakes in this region that you could literally fish a different lake every day for 270 years before running out! The Prince Albert National Park’s Nature Centre teaches about Aboriginal culture, and about the famous conservationist Grey Owl who once had a cabin in the woods and built a special relationship with the wildlife in the area. It is a long hike into the the site of the cabin. Learn more here: www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/sk/princealbert/natcul/natcul1_c_e.asp La Ronge is home to Saskatchewan’s oldest […]

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East Central Saskatchewan Overview

Humboldt is proud to run a ‘Wilkommen Centre’, which welcomes visitors and provides information about the surrounding area’s attractions and events Melfort Saskatchewan is known as the ‘City of Northern Lights’, since they can be seen clearly in the night sky nearly year-round Birdwatchers, get your game on! The Quill Lakes region is home to one of many nesting and staging areas for waterfowl, and the feeding grounds for over 300,000 migrating shore birds

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