Frozen bubble

Tracy Miller

Saskatchewan winters may be cold, but they are also filled with beauty. These photographers captured some beautiful scenes and shared them with us on our Facebook page. more

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Prairies North 2015 Calendar - August

Corey Hardcastle

We are requesting photo submissions for our 2018 Saskatchewan Scenes Calendar! Landscapes, wildlife, iconic landmarks and elements -- these are all calendar material. more

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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


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



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

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Herbert sunset

Krista Routledge

Saskatchewan's skies were as alive as ever in 2016. We shared hundreds of photos on the Prairies North Facebook page this year and here we've collected some of the most popular. more

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Frenchman River Valley

Tourism Saskatchewan

Eastend is known for its welcoming locals and down-to-earth atmosphere. Here is our plan for a perfect day in the "Valley of Hidden Secrets." more

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Fox in snow by Bill Allen

Bill Allen

We had so many wonderful photos submitted for our Viewfinder page in the winter issue of our magazine that we decided to share some of them online. more

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Dickens Village Festival

Dickens Village Festival

Every year on the first weekend of December, the annual Dickens Village Festival transforms the town of Carlyle. more

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Gus Kenderdine Lagoon at Emma Lake

Gus Kenderdine

Our land is always with us. But in the midst of Saskatchewan’s natural power and beauty, how can we possibly keep track of the changes taking place around us, much less, understand what they mean? Art and a bit of history help. more


Day hike

Andy Goodson

During the summer of 2015, Andy Goodson of documented his journey to Rice River Canyon north of the town of Hudson Bay. more

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Jen by the Fire

Broken Arrow Youth Ranch

For the staff and volunteers at Broken Arrow Youth Ranch near Wood Mountain, restoring young lives depends on restoring one critical thing: family. more

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NatureCity Festival

Wild About Saskatoon

Since 2013, Wild About Saskatoon has been reminding people of the beauty of nature in the city's urban spaces through its NatureCity Festival. more


Learning about the natural world can be as easy as going for a walk outside, but Saskatchewan is also rife with more formal outdoor education opportunities. more


Krista Routledge Oct. 5

Krista Routledge

Fans of the Prairies North Facebook page often share their photos of our fine province. Here are a few of our favourites from fall 2015. more

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Darcy Dietrich

Two friends explore the creation of a new lake in the Cypress Hills to photograph and journal the transformation of a common prairie landscape into a wetland. more

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Lowell Strauss

Last Mountain Lake has a long tradition of a commercial winter fish harvest. Despite changes to the ecosystem and the fishery, the thrill of the catch has remained for three generations of the Campbell family. more

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Golden sunset

Bev Knowles Embree

Fans of the Prairies North Facebook page often share their photos of our fine province. Here are some of the best from spring 2015. more

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2017 Christmas Promotion

Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

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