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They are everywhere! At least in the Grasslands National Park West Block that is. These "barking squirrels" as they are sometimes referred to are actually black-tailed prairie dogs, part of the squirrel family and there are numerous colonies throughout the park. They are very social a... Read more
If you are excited about purchasing the first pair of clothing for your baby this season, we advise you to go slow and make sure that you do not end up buying something that is totally relevant for your baby. We have seen miscible cases where parents find something amazing, but they do not realiz... Read more
Saskatoon’s beautiful rolling hills and flat prairie lands divided by the South Saskatchewan River was once home to the First Nations up until the 1880’s when European settlement of Saskatoon began. This charming city retains its reputation as “Paris ... Read more
Ever want to see an amphicar? Where else would you look but at the Assinibioia and District Museum, deep in the heart of south central Saskatchewan.
Head for Assiniboia, and see this and many more classic cars, buggies, army vehicles and even an airplane. Who knew? &nbs... Read more
Did you know that Grasslands National Park, West Block, the only place in Canada where the black tailed prairie dog exists in the wild? These highly social animals are actually from the squirrel family and are described by Parks Canada as a "key component of the grasslands prairie ecosystem... Read more
The longest running continuous rodeo in Canada is the Wood Mountain Stampede. Located at Wood Mountain Regional Park, which is 8 kilometers south of the village of Wood Mountain, it has been holding events for 127 years! In the early days, it included all sorts of activities such as h... Read more
All Aboard! The Southern Saskatchewan town of Ogema has a heritage train that will take you for a ride into the pioneer past. Journey on a refurbished and renovated 1922 passenger train car for unique Saskatchewan experience! As stated on the Southern Prairie Railway web s... Read more
I say this not because of my place of birth, (which was in England incidentally) or because of any legal papers, passports or ceremonies but because I fail my own predetermined set of three standards - Firstly I do not think Canadian beer is great, in fact I don't think ... Read more