Features

Blake Berglund

Blake Berglund

He's the real deal -- the writer of old-school country lyrics; the maker of music where honky-tonk meets modern twang; the keeper of country music traditions from Hank, Johnny and Waylon. more

People

Brightsand Lake

Burl Jantzen

In a 2005 article in Prairies North, Burl Jantzen described the cherished family cottage at Brightsand Lake and the role it played in a close family. A decade later, he reflects on the impact the cottage has had on the next generation. more

Places

Freedom

Randy Mcculloch

Thanks to the enthusiastic response from Prairies North readers online, we had more photos than we could fit in the print magazine. more

Photo Gallery

Windmill

Sandwich / Flickr

The argument for renewable energy sources over non-renewable seems clear. But even advocates of new technology point to new complications. more

Nature

Waskesiu Lake

Bob Ferguson

Throughout 2017, all of Canada’s national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites are offering free admission. Here's what you need to know to plan your Saskatchewan trips. more

Places

YXE NYE 150

YXE NYE 150

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation and while Saskatchewan wasn't a province until 1905, we still have a lot to celebrate! more

Special Features

Towards a Prairie Atonement

Trevor Herriot, University of Regina Press

The history of the prairies is complicated. Trevor Herriot delves into the weeds of this landscape's story, asking whether the destruction of its natural state could have been avoided. more

Sask Books

Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

In Yellow Dog, Saskatchewan author Miriam Körner captures life in the north through the eyes of a teen named Jeremy as he learns how to run a dog sled and unravels a mystery about the elder who teaches him. more

Sask Books

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