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Verigin Prayer House and statue

Ruth Bitner

The Doukhobor Prayer Home in Veregin celebrates its 100th anniversary at the National Doukhobor Heritage Village July 15-16. The celebration will draw people from all over Canada and the United States who have ties to the area. more

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Jean Sauve

Barbara Woodley / Labatt Breweries Canada / Library and Archives Canada

Saskatchwewan politicians have always been dynamic and relevant to the national scene. Five milestones highlight our influence. more

People

Olympian Ethel Catherwood

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan R-A28518

Saskatchewan has contributed to Canada’s Olympic teams since the inter-war years. We’ve picked five notables among the dozens who have competed over the decades. more

People

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

History

Fort Carlton

Wendy Cooper

We highlight some of the people who signed Saskatchewan's treaties at a time when their world was undergoing great change. more

History

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

Places

Many hands

Wonder woman0731 via Flickr.

Saskatchewan has the highest volunteer rate in the Canada. But why are the people of this province so giving of their time and energy? more

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Big Muddy

Tourism Saskatchewan / Douglas E. Walker

Did you know that Saskatchewan is one of two landlocked provinces in Canada (the other being Alberta), and that average temperatures here can vary more than 65 degrees Celsius throughout the year? more

Nature

Will's Garden

Judith Wright

Will has Asperger’s syndrome, but autism doesn’t stop him from participating in his community. 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

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