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The Best of Saskatchewan

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Stretching from the U.S. border to the 60th parallel, Saskatchewan is an enormous province—a little smaller in area than Texas, but with just over a million residents compared to 27 million in Texas. For travelers to Saskatchewan, that means it’s easy to find a pristine lake and a quiet river where you can commune with nature. Nearly a tenth of the province is protected land, and you’ll also find Saskatchewan to be a culturally rich area, home to many First Nations and a pioneer spirit.
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Saskatchewan, Canada is home to nearly 100,000 lakes and rivers and the best freshwater fishing in the world. Fly fishing, ice fishing, drive-in or fly-in, you'll find the fishing experience of a lifetime in Saskatchewan. With its warmer lakes in...
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La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0, Canada
In the northeast corner of Saskatchewan, the Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park includes the world’s most northerly set of dune fields and Canada's largest active sand surface. The dune fields stretch for 60 miles along the shore of Lake...
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The Churchill River, Canada’s ninth longest river, passes through three provinces, beginning in Alberta passing through Saskatchewan and, after 1,000 miles, ending at Hudson Bay. The Saskatchewan portion of this mighty waterway is an ideal place...
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11th Ave, Regina, SK, Canada
There is perhaps no more iconic embodiment of Canada than the world-famous Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), originally known as the North West Mounted Police. Saskatchewan’s capital, Regina, is home to the sole training academy for new...
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Diefenbaker Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
Minnesota famously boasts that it’s the Land of 10,000 Lakes, but Saskatchewan outdoes the state by an order of ten. With 100,000 lakes there is no shortage of opportunities to swim, sail, go fishing, or sunbathe on a beach. You can also choose to...