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Jul 09 2024

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Snowshoeing in Saskatchewan

Snowshoeing is a fantastic outdoor winter activity that is perfectly suited for Saskatchewan. We’re an ideal province for both on-and-off-trail snowshoe experiences.
Feb 10 2022

Driving for Dessert: Botté Chai Bar in Saskatoon

In the heart of Saskatoon’s Riversdale neighbourhood, you’ll find a café unlike any other in the city. Since opening in 2018, Botté Chai Bar has garnered a name for itself and rightly so – as the province’s only Persian café, Botté is a one-of-a-kind place to eat and drink.
Feb 09 2022

Driving for Dinner: Café de Paris in Gravelbourg

In the town of Gravelbourg, there’s a café on Main Street known for both its charm and menu: Café de Paris. 
Feb 09 2022

Saskatchewan Winter Bucket List

There’s something magical about snowflakes drifting down from the sky making piles of soft, fluffy snow that we can use to slide, glide and ride our way through some of the most incredible scenery on earth. 
Feb 07 2022

3 Reasons to Visit the Qu’Appelle Valley in Winter

The rolling hills in the Qu’Appelle Valley seem to appear out of nowhere. Its as if entering a magical realm. Year round, the valley is a prime spot for locals and travellers to explore. Here’s 
Feb 05 2022

Top Outdoor Rinks In and Around Regina

Is there anything more Canadian then skating outside in the wintertime? In Regina, outdoor rinks offer fun and enjoyment during the coldest days of the year. This winter, visit these popular skating spots in and around the city.
Feb 01 2022