Discover more about the North-West Rebellion of 1885 during your Saskatchewan travel. Uprisings by the Métis people of Saskatchewan against Canada were successful at Duck Lake and Fish Creek, but came to an end with defeat at the village of Batoche. Visit the interpretive centres at these historical sites to learn more.
Princess Louise named the capital of Saskatchewan Regina for Queen Victoria. You can't miss the Wascana Centre, set against the modern high-rise skyline of the city. While visiting this manmade park you'll find The Royal Saskatchewan Museum that tells the story of First Nations through time.
Travel to Yorkton to uncover its Ukrainian heritage or visit the selection of museums on offer in Saskatoon. The South Saskatchewan River runs through Saskatoon with plenty of surrounding parks to explore. Most notable is the Wanuskewin Heritage Park with First Nations archeological sites.
The contrast of forest and parkland in Prince Albert National Park attracts different kinds of wildlife for you to spot. The colourful trees make a stunning view while hiking through the park. Or choose to relax on beach resorts along Lake Waskesiu.