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8 ways to enjoy Saskatoon’s culinary boom

There’s an undeniable vibrancy abuzz in Saskatchewan’s largest city. A food and drink revolution is well underway in Saskatoon, thanks in part to the revitalized Riversdale neighbourhood, which has become a catalyst in encouraging entrepreneurs to set up shop. The Read on! →

Jenn Smith Nelson Tourism Saskatchewan Awards of Excellence Grasslands National Park

So many reasons to celebrate in 2017!

You know when you visit a place and you just know how meaningful that moment in time is, and that somehow, someway, it will impact your future? I knew it. As soon as we left the town of Val Marie, Saskatchewan and Read on! →

Windscape KIte Fesitival, Swift Current

Wind and Whimsy: Windscape Kite Festival

~ Imagine a flat prairie landscape filled with whimsical kites hovering high above. Unique shapes and forms, such as colourful animals and artsy designs, dance, swirl and soar in the wind.~ Swift Current’s popular annual Windscape Kite Festival will take Read on! →

Photo and Video Essay: Dining and train travel in Ogema, Saskatchewan

Recently, I had the grand opportunity to do something I have always wanted to do — ride the rails on Saskatchewan’s only full service tourist train in Ogema. And, I got to do this alongside fellow travel writers including dear Read on! →

Niall O'Hanlon

Niall O’Hanlon’s tips for enjoying and surviving St.Paddy’s Day in Regina

Self-described as at one point, the “token Irishman” in Regina, Niall O’Hanlon knows a thing or two about St. Patrick’s Day and planning the perfect party. Since 2012, the city has seen an influx of Irish immigrants to the city Read on! →