Saskatchewan GuideSaskatchewan is one of Canada's 10 provinces, located in the Prairies. Its southern third is predominantly prairie, while its northern two-thirds is covered in the boreal forest of the Canadian Shield. HotelsFind hotels in Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton, Waskesiu Lake, Prince Albert and more.
Popular in SaskatchewanReginaRegina is the capital city of the province of Saskatchewan. It is in the south part of the province on highway No. SaskatoonSaskatoon is a city in central Saskatchewan. With a metropolitan population of about 257,000 people, it is the province's largest city. YorktonYorkton is a city in Saskatchewan, Canada. By Plane The Yorkton Municipal Airport is located three kilometers North of the city on the number 9 highway, which is used as a base for commercial and private helicopter and fixed wing aircraft use.
In SaskatchewanCentral SaskatchewanCentral Saskatchewan is a region of Saskatchewan, Canada. Fly by airplane into Saskatoon John G. Southern SaskatchewanSouthern Saskatchewan is a region in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It covers a vast swath of prairie, south of Lake Diefenbaker and the Qu'Appelle River to the U.S. Northern SaskatchewanNorthern Saskatchewan is a sparsely populated region covering the northern half of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. LloydminsterLloydminster is a city straddling the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan on Yellowhead Highway 16.