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Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon: A History in Words and Pictures may be historical non-fiction but that doesn’t mean it’s boring. Author Amy Jo Ehman tells the history of Saskatoon picture by picture; almost every page has a historical photo and the story behind it. more

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Sync City

Peter Ryan

In this post-apocalyptic science fiction tale, Saskatoon is the centre of a massive disturbance in time due to experiments gone awry at the Canadian Light Source. more

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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

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Consider the Sunflowers

Elma Schemenauer

Rural women enjoyed many of the benefits from modernization but increased urbanization created new complications. Author Elma Schemenauer has explored the new realities facing women like her mother in her fictional book, Consider the Sunflowers. 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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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

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Boar by Ryan Brook

Ryan Brook

Raising wild boar for profit in Saskatchewan is an enduring lesson in building good fences between neighbours. more

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Quantum Night Robert J. Sawyer

Quantum Night Robert J. Sawyer

Acclaimed science fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer drew from his experiences at the Canadian Light Source to write his newest book, "Quantum Night". more

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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

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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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Poverty, violence, and social dysfunction can seem unfixable when only seen from a distance. But working upstream, where the problems start, and downstream, where the problems land, are the keys to lasting change. more

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Mark Lafontaine

Lionel Hughes

Mark Lafontaine dates the design of his hand-crafted paddles to the earliest European explorers in Canada. If you seek the spirit of the voyageur on your next water journey, this paddle might be the ideal tool to take along. more

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Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

Prairies North Special Double Fall/Winter Issue 2017

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