A Taste of Destination: Saskatchewan!
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Tornado, Saskatchewan, Canada yes we get tornadoes. not many thank god!

this tornado looks angry. Loreburn, Saskatchewan, Canada Tornado (Color) by Robert Edmonds, via

Having possibly the most easily recognizable flag in the world.

Wear your favorite jeans and a nice shirt but don’t be sloppy even if you’re going to a Canadian barbecue party. Canadians are known to be.

"The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List"  -  Featuring the province's top 50 natural wonders; waterfalls, sand dunes, conglomerate cliffs and more!

"The Great Saskatchewan Bucket List" - Featuring the province's top 50 natural wonders; waterfalls, sand dunes, conglomerate cliffs and more!

ORIGIN OF PROVINCE NAME: Derived from the Cree Indian word kisiskatchewanisipi…

ORIGIN OF PROVINCE NAME: Derived from the Cree Indian word kisiskatchewanisipi, which means "swift-flowing river," and was first used to describe the Saskatchewan River. NICKNAME: Canada's Breadbasket (also: The Wheat Province).

Saskatchewan...named after the Cree name for "swift flowing river" first…

named after the Cree name for "swift flowing river" first pioneers trace back to came after the building of the Canadian Pacific Railroad.

Along with Alberta and Manitoba, Saskatchewan is one of Canada's "prairie provinces". Its capital city is Regina, named after the Latin title of Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch in 1883. Saskatchewan is bordered on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota

Along with Alberta and Manitoba, Saskatchewan is one of Canada's "prairie provinces".

I am!!;)

Are you proud to be a Saskatchewanian? We certainly are at Prairies North Magazine!

Churchill River in north central Saskatchewan.

Churchill River, Saskatchewan - The legendary Churchill River in north-central Saskatchewan. A primary transportation route in the days of the fur trade it flows northeast into Hudson Bay.

Killdeer Badlands, Grasslands National Park - Saskatchewan. Grasslands National Park is the first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. The park will eventually have a total size of 906.4 sq km. It is located between Val Marie and Killdear, south of Swift Current and west of Assiniboia. The park protects an unique flora and fauna, including Canada's only black-tailed prairie dogs and other rare reptiles and amphibians along the Frenchman River Valley.

Killdeer Badlands, Grasslands National Park - Saskatchewan. Grasslands National Park is the first national park of Canada to preserve a portion of the mixed prairie grasslands. The park will eventually have a total size of 906.4 sq km. It is located between Val Marie and Killdear, south of Swift Current and west of Assiniboia. The park protects an unique flora and fauna, including Canada's only black-tailed prairie dogs and other rare reptiles and amphibians along the Frenchman River Valley.

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From fur trade stronghold to Land of the Living Skies, from North-West Rebellion…

Saskatchewan Book of Everything: Everything You Wanted to Know About Saskatchewan and Were Going to Ask Anyway

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