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Help us celebrate July 1 with live entertainment, food and craft vendors, interactive displays, sporting challenges, fireworks, and much more for the whole family to enjoy! You can also be part of our 1,500 person Living Flag!
To celebrate Canada’s anniversary, Tourism Saskatchewan and Tourism Saskatoon have created two videos showcasing why these tourist destinations should be part of your Canada 150 travel plans.
Challenge yourself with a Canada 150 themed geocaching program throughout the 2017 camping season! Plus, entry is free on Canada Day and on Canada's Parks Day (July 15).
In 2018, a massive metal structure covered in live foliage representing Saskatchewan will be gifted to the province for permanent display. It is part of a pan-Canadian exhibit opening on Canada Day in Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau, Québec to represent Canada’s provinces and territories.
Follow Andrew Hiltz’s adventures as he blogs his way through amazing places and Canada 150 events held right here in Saskatchewan!
A “Saskatchewan Day” festival will take place on August 6 during the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg. The province will showcase Saskatchewan cultural and musical entertainers at the one-day celebration.
Explore the experiences of new Canadians on their first day of arrival, spanning from Confederation to present day. This travelling exhibit is on display spring through fall at Government House, where admission is always free!
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