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Saskatchewan with Parcours Canada and BougeBouge

BougeBouge brings you to Saskatchewan ! The province owes its name to the Saskatchewan River, whose name in the Cree language means « swift river ». Here you’ll find lush boreal forests, mysterious, rugged Badlands, sparkling, pristine lakes, and vast expanses of land with the largest and most beautiful sky! More than 100,000 lakes and rivers in Saskatchewan are recognized as some of the best places in the world for freshwater fishing. Here again, before Europeans explored the area in 1690 and settled in 1774, the territory was first inhabited by many Native American communities.


Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan, also known as the « Queen City ». History, culture, the outdoors, there are many discoveries to be made… Here are a few must-sees: The RCMP Heritage Centre, which tells the story of the Canadian « Mounties ».

  • The Governor’s House, the former residence of the Lieutenant Governor, restored to its Victorian splendor of 1891.
  • The Wascana Centre, one of the largest urban parks in North America.
  • The Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, completed in 1912, this large Beaux-Arts style building evokes the English Renaissance and Louis XVI style.
  • The Mackenzie Art Gallery is the largest public art gallery in Saskatchewan.
  • The Royal Saskatchewan Museum, provides an opportunity to explore Saskatchewan’s past, present and future.

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