Tips from Tommy

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan R-B2908-3

Tommy Douglas left a legacy of pithy sayings and wise practices, some that you may not have heard of until now. more




Saskatchewan is the birthplace of many important medical innovations. Five of these advancements were especially influential in kickstarting programs on both the national and international stage. more


Rock picker

Ruth Bitner

Saskatchewan has given much to Canada in its 150 years, and these three agricultural innovations are just a few of what we've shared. more



Susanne Nilsson

From innovations in agriculture like the development of canola, to rare wild mushrooms, to celebrity chefs like Dale MacKay, this province helps feed the country and the world. more

Food & Creativity

Idle No More

Thunder Currier

The Treaties signed between the British Crown and the First Nations in the late 1800s have shaped Saskatchewan and Canadian political and judicial culture. The founding of the Idle No More movement by four Saskatoon women seems to confirm that fact. more


Western Development Museum - North Battleford

Daryl Mitchell

You’ve probably done the drive, heading along the highway to an Alberta destination. But have you stopped to see what’s along the way? Here are our favourite must-stops on this much-travelled Saskatchewan road. more


Song of the Sword

Edward Willett

With the Lady of the Lake appearing in Wascana Lake in Regina, and Merlin disguising himself as a tech mogul in Toronto, Song of the Sword by Edward Willett has an entirely different take on the Arthurian legends. more

Sask Books

Firewater by Harold R. Johnson

University of Regina Press

While writing for a very specific audience, Harold R. Johnson taps into the universal, creating a book that will force you to see alcohol in a new light. more

Sask Books

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