What to See & Do in Saskatchewan?
Saskatchewan has Canada’s most wide open skies, and is the world’s breadbasket. Much of the province’s south is endless fields of wheat and other crops. Most of the province’s north is rugged and forested Canadian Shield. The province has many historical sites relating to the First Nations and to western settlement. Saskatchewan also has some unusual geographical features, including sand dunes, an interprovincial park, and southeast of Regina the land is so flat… there are jokes about that!