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Why Famous
  • Southeast Saskatchewan\'s Good Spirit Lake features one of the \"child friendliest\" beaches in the province.
  • Variety of parks can be found all over the province.
  • The Great Sand Hills region is one of the most surprising and delightful places in Saskatchewan.


Facts Destination
  • Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada.
  • The province\'s largest city, Saskatoon.
  • Saskatchewan contains two major natural regions: the Canadian Shield in the north and the Interior Plains in the south.


Area Info
  • Total Area: 588,276.09 sq km (227,100 sq mi).
  • The province\'s highest point at 1,468 meters (4,816 ft) is located in the Cypress Hills.
  • The lowest point is the shore of Lake Athabasca, at 213 metres (700 ft).


Why Visit
  • Saskatchewan is also home to many other impressive sights and attractions including the Saskatchewan Provincial Legislative Building in Regina.
  • West of Regina is the city of Moose Jaw famous for its underground tunnels.
  • During the summer months you can float weightless in Little Manitou Lake in south central Saskatchewan.


Best Time
  • Mid Spring or near the end of spring
  • Passenger rail service in the province is The Canadian, Via Rail\'s transcontinental service linking Toronto with Vancouver. Within Saskatchewan The Canadian calls at Melville, Watrous, Saskatoon, Biggar and Unity stations.
  • The early survey system for homesteading provided for townships which were six miles square (36 sq mi/93 km2).
  • The infamous highways in Saskatchewan are the Trans Canada expressway, Yellowhead Highway northern Trans Canada route, Louis Riel Trail, CanAm Highway, Red Coat Trail , Northern Woods and Water route, and Saskota travel route.
  • Urban, suburban, and inter-urban transport includes electric trolleys, electric railway, motor buses, and motor coach.
  • There are currently twelve ferry services operating in the province, all under the jurisdiction of the Department of Highways.
  • Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, is an international airport located 3 NM (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) northwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


  • The Saskatchewan Roughriders are the province\'s only major professional sports franchise, and are extremely popular across Saskatchewan.
  • The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is one of the most recognized police forces in the world.
  • Fishing at Boundary Dam Reservoir is an experience you will not have any other place in Canada located in the southeast region.
  • Prince Albert National Park is a 3,875 square kilometer park established in 1927.
  • The park offers wonderful camping, hiking, canoeing and fishing.