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.

What's Happening in Sask - December 2019

Don’t miss out on these great events taking place throughout the month of December.

Nov 14 2019

Poundmaker Performance Festival – a showcase of Indigenous talent, theatre and storytelling

Poundmaker Performance Festival is the vision of acclaimed theatre artist Floyd Favel, a member of Poundmaker Cree Nation. The three-day festival treats audiences of all ages to a proud, meaningful showcase of Indigenous culture and traditions.
Jul 24 2019

What's Happening in Sask - August 2019

Don’t miss out on these great events taking place throughout the month of August.
Jul 23 2019

Discover Saskatchewan's Natural Attractions

Saskatchewan has a varied landscape – the north is covered by forest and crystal-clear lakes and the south is made up of golden fields, grasslands, rolling hills and badlands. Appreciate Saskatchewan in all of its glory as you discover the natural attractions that make this province so unique and beautiful.
Jul 03 2019

Game Day in Regina

You can tell when it is game day in Regina because people are wearing their favourite team’s colours – green and white. For a real sense of Regina’s community spirit, take in a Saskatchewan Roughriders football game at the new Mosaic Stadium. “Rider Pride” is a phenomenon well worth experiencing.
Jul 03 2019

Top Travel in Southern Saskatchewan

From Maple Creek in the west to Carlyle in the east, southern Saskatchewan is as varied as its landscape. The area boasts a wealth of must sees and dos with its dude ranches and dinosaurs and art galleries and spas.
Jul 02 2019

Top Travel in Central Saskatchewan

From Lloydminster in the west to Yorkton in the east, central Saskatchewan boasts a stunning transformation from prairie to boreal forest and showcases nature in its grandest form.
Jun 25 2019

Saskatchewan Airshow Sees Prairie Skies Come Alive

On any given day, the sky above Moose Jaw reveals impressive feats in aviation. South of the city, 15 Wing Moose Jaw is the centre of Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) pilot training and principal site of NATO Flying Training in Canada. It is also home to the iconic Canadian Forces Snowbirds.
Jun 24 2019

12 Hours in Canada's Most Notorious City

Moose Jaw is a charming Saskatchewan city with a vibrant downtown area and an urban park that will have you forgetting you are in a city at all. For your next visit, let this itinerary be your guide for spending 12 hours in Canada's most notorious city.
Jun 24 2019

3 Saskatchewan Canoeing Adventures

Did you know that two-thirds of Saskatchewan is covered in water? From the prairies to the Canadian Shield, the best way to explore the water is by canoe. Here are three adventures that showcase the province’s diverse waterways.
Jun 21 2019

5 Spots in Riversdale to Stop Your Hunger

Riversdale is a busy hub of commerce and culture just a short stroll from Saskatoon’s downtown. Restaurants, coffee shops and juice bars pop up on 20th Street regularly. Here are five great spots to get started with your visit to Riversdale.
Jun 21 2019

Bring the Kids: Family-Friendly Fun in Saskatoon

Looking to keep the kids busy this summer? Saskatoon is full of places where children can have a great time (and the grown-ups can relax a little bit). There are plenty of indoor and outdoor options to entertain them. 
Jun 21 2019

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

June is National Indigenous History Month, which acknowledges the heritage and contributions of Canada’s Indigenous peoples. June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, an occasion for all Canadians to honour the cultures, traditions and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. 
Jun 20 2019
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