Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
Lace 'em up and hit the ice!
Many Saskatchewanian's favourite way to get through a frosty winter is to bundle up and glide across an icy surface, which there is no shortage of in the province. Here are a few.
January 16, 2018
Your guide to making this a local holiday season
Here are some ideas to help you find the perfect Saskatchewan-made gift for friends and loved ones.
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.
5 Cool Things to See at Agribition
Every 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?
Lest We Forget
More 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.
Explore Picasso on the Prairies, and so much more at Remai Modern, now open in Saskatoon.
Oh, The Places You Could Go
Do you dream of a job that involves travel and discovery, meeting people and making new friends? You are in luck - the search is underway for the 2018 Saskatchewanderer!
Fright Night Fun for the Whole Family
Experience fear and fright as you hit these haunts in celebration of Halloween. From haunted houses and historic forts to family-friendly corn mazes and masquerades, these events will put you in the spirit.
Where in Saskatchewan can you send a hot-air balloon floating, stand inside a giant bubble, or take on astronaut training in the “Gyro-Gym?”
Ghostly in Name Only
It is common for people to imagine Ghostown Blues Bed & Breakfast as a place where spirits of the Old West linger. But the property has less to do with the paranormal and more with paying tribute to the pioneer era.
Grasslands: A World Apart
Exploring deep prairie roots and connections to the past, photographer Nathaniel Martin travels through Grasslands National Park and surrounding area.
Skye Cafe & Bistro thinks local and dreams bigEver since Skye Café and Bistro opened its doors in August 2016, the husband-and-wife chef team have challenged themselves to use local meat and produce wherever possible.
Which of the following is the name of one of the "Gem Lakes" found in Narrow Hills Provincial Park?