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Terms: En français à Discover National Parks and National Historic Sites in Saskatchewan!
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 19
The John and Olive Diefenbaker Museum, home of the former Prime Minister from 1947-1957, was commemorated on Friday with a plaque in the For more information on the , please visit:
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 19
Lakeside Music Festival happens this weekend August 24-26! Get ready to watch some live music from prairiemusicians!
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 17
Did you know these yellow flowers are called Toadflax; an invasive species? Parks Canada works to eradicated them so native plants can prosper.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 16
Take the bison challenge and test your skills! Learn all about bison through the Bison Games program at every Saturday at 2 at the tipi.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 15
Take a walk on the wild side every Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Waskesiu River Trailhead. Get in touch with your five senses on this guided hike through one of 's most treasured trails.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 15
Attention history buffs! Join tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at the John and Olive Diefenbaker Museum in the to honour the former PM’s primary residence as a place of national significance. For more information on the , visit:
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 14
Explore the world of the Black Bear: their behaviour and favourite foods! The Bear Aware program teaches visitors how to safely coexist with our furry neighbours. To learn more about bear safety, click the link.
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GC Newsroom Aug 14
Join and for the unveiling of the plaque for the John and Olive Diefenbaker Museum on August 16 in , .
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 13
Gather around the campfire at the tipi for an evening of sing-a-longs! Learn how fire plays a pivotal role in shaping our landscape.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 12
Think you have what it takes to solve a mystery? Become a detective at Bison CSI at the Nature Centre and investigate what happened to North America's largest mammal.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 11
Our Red Chairs at are the perfect place to relax on a Sunday. Make sure to spend some time taking in the beauty of our province the next time you visit one of our National Historic Sites!
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 10
is conducting a creel survey until Sept. 2, 2019. Anglers will be asked about the fish they caught and released. Some fish will be weighed and measured. The data collected will help park management make informed decisions about angling resources.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 8
A scenic drive through the park is a great way to discover the wide variety of habitats in and offers an excellent opportunity for wildlife viewing and photography. Explore the length of the park's transition zone by travelling Scenic Route - Highway 263.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 7
For safety reasons, all of NHS/NP locations are recreational “no drone zones.” Penalties for unauthorized use include law enforcement action, as well as fines up to $25,000. For information on non-recreational use, please consult our website:
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Parks Life Aug 2
This week’s photo comes from Instagram user campingcarmensandiego who captured a gorgeous sunrise 🌅 at ,
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 6
Every day this summer at 11 a.m. outside the Visitor Centre at , join a park guide as they show you some of the park’s natural and cultural treasures!
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 5
Self-guided fun! Check out experiences available at the Nature Centre such as geocaching, the Nature Kits and the Xplorer Program.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 2
Prince Albert National Park has over 150 km of groomed hiking trails. Explore the Mud Creek Trail! It’s a transition zone between Aspen parkland and coniferous trees. See an active beaver lodge. Follow the meandering creek to its destination, Waskesiu Lake.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Aug 1
is conducting a creel survey until Sept. 2, 2019. Anglers will be asked about the fish they caught and released. Some fish will be weighed and measured. The data collected will help park management make informed decisions about angling resources.
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ParksCanSaskatchewan Jul 31
Interested in camping but prefer the comfort of a bed and arriving to find camp already set-up? Parks Canada oTENTik tents in Beaver Glen Campground offer an easy and relaxing way to experience camping.
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