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In celebration of our beautiful prairie province, we periodically change our homepage rotating image marquee to feature photos that are uniquely Saskatchewan.
The Bessborough Hotel completed in 1935 flanks the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in central Saskatoon.
Location: Southern Saskatchewan
Southern Saskatchewan covers a vast swath of prairie, south of Lake Diefenbaker and the Qu'Appelle River to the US border.
Wind-swept prairies, plains and undulating valleys offset the vast expanse of animated skies in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Coat of Arms features three gold sheaves of wheat representing the province's domination in agriculture.
Location: Scarth Street, Regina
Joe Fafard’s multilayered buffalo, oskana kā-asastēki. The Cree title translates to “bones that are piled together.”
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Mural on Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon's Nutana neighbourhood. Denyse Klette painted the mural in 1993.