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Visiting Saskatchewan

As you plan your fall, winter, or early spring visit to Saskatchewan, be sure to explore the diverse landscape of charming cities and can’t-miss attractions. From Saskatoon and Prince Albert in the central area of the province, to southern SK destinations like Moose Jaw, Regina, and Estevan, you’ll no doubt find plenty to see and do.

Any trek through Saskatchewan should include a stay in Regina. Full of charm, and always welcoming, Regina will yield full days of exploration across its many premier attractions. Don’t miss a tour of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum or the Legislative Assembly Building, and the Saskatchewan Science Centre is ideal for traveling families or large field-trip groups.

Regina will host an impressive slate of live performances this fall and winter. On October 12th the Conexus Arts Center main stage will feature classic rock legend Alice Cooper live starting at 8 p.m. – get your Halloween celebration started early this year.

On November 19th you can kick-start your holiday season at the same Conexus Art Center. The Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker will be presented to you live at 3 p.m., with ticket packages available starting at $42. And if you’re planning a visit to Regina for early 2017, the 2017 CanWest Track & Field Championships will take place February 24th through 26th at Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field.

Another excellent event coming to Regina in the spring of 2017 will tickle your funny bone without a doubt. Visit the Brandt Centre on March 26th and catch a live performance from comedian-ventriloquist Jeff Dunham. Few in the industry can match Dunham’s wit. His show starts at 5 p.m. and is slated to be a must-see for the spring in Regina.

Some would argue any visit to Saskatchewan simply wouldn’t be complete without some exciting live ice hockey. This winter and into next spring you’ll find thrills, spills, slap shots, and glove saves in Saskatoon.

The Saskatoon Blades, of the Western Hockey League, will play an exciting slate of games this season, and you’re invited. Their 2016-17 season kicks off in late September, and their final home game of the season is on March 17th against the Prince Albert Raiders. All Saskatoon Blades home games are played at SaskTel Centre.

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    Regina

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    Regina

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    Saskatoon

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