During the confederation Saskatchewan made as the remainder of Canada and signed the act of the Confederation. Thanks to this signature Saskatchewan has the same government which acts under the system of Westminster.
The economy of Saskatchewan comes especially from agriculture, the most important product is the corn but Saskatchewan also produces colza, the flax, rye, the oats and the barley. On the other hand, in the north of this province, it is the forest industry which prevails; we also have the mining industry which is important.
The province of Saskatchewan holds its name of the Saskatchewan River which meant Fast River of the time of the Cree tribe.
The province of Saskatchewan is located in the heart of the Canadian meadows. For those who knows the group ‘’Les Trois Accords’’ you will surely remember this very popular song of the name of this Saskatchewan province….
You knew that Saskatchewan was called `' the attic with corn'' of Canada. Saskatchewan is the largest province of the meadows and Saskatchewan is located between Alberta and Manitoba. The capital of Saskatchewan is Regina and it is the sunniest city of Canada. The town of Saskatoon is located northwest of Regina. Saskatchewan economy is especially based on agriculture. You can also find there several animals such as the whistling stag of Virginia, white swans, pelicans, grouse, moose’s and several black bears.
You will be able to see also in the southwest of Saskatchewan, the antelopes as well as the stags mules, more precisely in the Park of Prince Albert.
If you visit the wonderful province of Saskatchewan there are several events not to miss such as the festival of Charles Dickens and a lot of others activities.
Saskatchewan will fill you with wonder with its splendid landscapes, its varied activities like its meadows as far as the eye can see.
Therefore, if you have a voyage to plan do not hesitate to determine Saskatchewan in your route of voyage ,it will be able to fill all your desires.