National Indigenous History Month & National Indigenous People’s DayJune is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous People’s Day in Canada. As Saskatchewan continues to reopen, celebrations have been reimaged as virtual programs and events.
Jun 19 2020
Showing 6 results form Archive for the month November 2017
Where Nature Touches the HeartSaskatchewan’s 100,000 lakes and rivers offer visiting anglers nearly 60,000 sq. km of fishing heaven.
Nov 28 2017
Your guide to making this a local holiday seasonHere are some ideas to help you find the perfect Saskatchewan-made gift for friends and loved ones.
Nov 20 2017
Northern Saskatchewan's Pike ParadiseEveryone knows anglers are incorrigible liars. So for years I listened to tall tales about fishing in northern Saskatchewan with a healthy skepticism.
Nov 15 2017
5 Cool Things to See at AgribitionEvery November, the Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) stages the largest agricultural trade show in Western Canada. Get your tickets and head down to experience cattle, cowboys and jousting. Wait, jousting?
Nov 09 2017
Lest We ForgetMore than 4,000 lakes, islands and bays in northern Saskatchewan bear the names of individuals who lost their lives in military conflict. Doug Chisholm has photographed nearly all of these commemorative sites.
Nov 06 2017
Picasso, anyone?Explore Picasso on the Prairies, and so much more at Remai Modern, now open in Saskatoon.
Nov 02 2017