Land of the living skies

The home of the roaming North American Prairie Bison, Saskatchewan is located in the heart of the plains. With rolling farm fields and grasslands, the scenery feels endless. Despite this, there are more than 100,000 lakes spread across the province.

Regina is the southerly located capital and like many provincial capitals in Canada, Regina is a small, quiet city of under 185,000 residents that pretty much closes after the sun sets. Despite this, Regina is the commercial, financial and industrial hub of the province.

The clean, wide streets and low skyline surrounded by wheat fields give Saskatoon a different feels to it. Saskatoon is smack in the middle of the Prairies and travelling to and from the city, this fact is very apparent. The city spans the South Saskatchewan River, with the downtown area located on the north shores linked to the south by seven bridges.

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