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Canada - Saskatchewan (PDF Chapter)
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This is the Saskatchewan chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canada guidebook.
To paraphrase an old line, there are no boring parts of Saskatchewan, just boring visitors. Yes, the terrain lacks drama, but that simply means that the savvy visitor can dig deep to discover the province’s inherent appeal.
- enjoy the urban pleasures – especially the food and drink – of the Paris of the Prairies, Saskatoon
- don a watermelon hat at a Roughriders game with some of Canadian football’s most ardent fans at Regina
- dig deep to experience Moose Jaw’s underground past from the days of Al Capone
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Regina, Southern Saskatchewan, Moose Jaw, Ogema, Gravelbourg, Swift Current, Val Marie & Grasslands National Park, Eastend, Maple Creek, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Qu’Appelle Valley, Eastern Saskatchewan, Yorkton, Veregin, Saskatoon, Northern Saskatchewan, The Battlefords, Prince Albert National Park and La Ronge & the Far North.
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