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Celebrating Saskatchewan Success!

Saskatchewan has always been known for its humble, honest and open people. We go about our day, doing our thing. We don’t look for the spotlight and when we get it, we almost don’t want it.

But that’s ok, it’s what makes us … us. Although, we are here to help promote Saskatchewan’s special people and businesses.

As you browse this site, you will be surprised by how many people and businesses come from or started in Saskatchewan!

Saskatchewan People!

There may only be roughly 1 million people in Saskatchewan, but some of those people have done some amazing things! This site is dedicated to informing the people of Saskatchewan, Canada and the world of how proud we are of them.

Authors, Artists, Musicians, Athletes, Politicians, Law Enforcement, Military, Philanthropists & more.

Successful Saskatchewan Businesses

Saskatchewan Business!

Businesses come in all shapes and sizes. We celebrate all Saskatchewan businesses for their success stories.


Saskatchewan Inventions Innovations

Saskatchewan Products!

Made here! That’s right, Saskatchewan made products, inventions and innovations.

Saskatchewan Points of Interest


Saskatchewan might be easy to draw, but it has more kilometers of roads than any other province in Canada.

We welcome you to visit all four corners of our province. To help, we have mapped historic sites, museums, attractions and provincial parks.

View Saskatchewan differently.

Explore Saskatchewan

Videos of Exploring Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan Facts

Interesting and fun facts of Saskatchewan


  • Saskatchewan is a Canadian province that borders the United States to the south.Manitoba to the east, Alberta to the west and the Northwest Territories to the north.
  • Grassland covers its southern plains, and to the north are the rugged rock of the Canadian Shield plateau, coniferous forests, rivers and lakes.
  • Regina, the provincial capital, is home to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, with exhibits on natural history and the people of Canada’s First Nations.
  • Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is home to the highest point in SaskatchewanLookout Point at 1,392 metres above sea level.
  • The Athabasca sand dunes, found in the northwest corner of the province near the Northwest Territories, is the most northerly active sand dune formation in the world.
  • The first automated teller machine in Canada was developed by Saskatchewan credit unions in 1977 and first went into service at two Sherwood Credit Union branches (now Conexus Credit Union) in Regina.
  • Mustard production started in Saskatchewan in the 1950’s and has has grown to account for about 75 per cent of production in Canada, which in 2010 was just over 150,000 tonnes, tops in the world.
  • There are more roads in Saskatchewan than in any other province in Canada.
  • The province is home to roughly 100,000 lakes, more than enough to satisfy water and fishing enthusiasts alike.
  • Saskatchewan produces more NHL players than any other province.
  • Regina is home to the world’s longest bridge over the shortest span of water. The Albert Street or Albert Memorial Bridge, built in 1903, crossed tiny little Wascana Creek and spans an incredible 850 feet. The creek is only a few feet wide.
  • The term hoser comes from Saskatchewan where it was used to describe a person who stole fuel using a syphon hose from farm equipment.

Photos of Saskatchewan

See the beauty and diversity of the landscape

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