Journals Saskatchewan

Queen City Eats and Shopping Treats

Created by girlfromals on August 20, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

Being a small city situated in the heart of Canada's breadbasket, many from outside the province of Saskatchewan assume there are no great dining or shopping opportunities in Regina, the Queen City. How wrong they are!

Regina - The Queen City

Created by girlfromals on July 12, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

10 Reviews

Regina, latin for queen, was named after Queen Victoria. The capital of the province of Saskatchewan, the city of 200,000 has a lot to offer to people of all ages and interests.

Moose Jaw - Al Capone's hideout

Created by girlfromals on July 12, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Center of the underground trade in alcohol during American prohibition, Al Capone hid out in this Saskatchewan city. UPDATE: On January 1/04, a massive fire roared through the historic downtown area of Moose Jaw. Luckily the Tunnels were saved, but they were damaged by water. There are plans to rebuild.

Fur Traders, Rebellion, and Forest galore!

Created by girlfromals on July 11, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

Walk back in time to discover the history of Canada's west! Named after the husband of Queen Victoria, the city and surrounding area offer many things to see and do.

Prince Albert National Park

Created by allain on October 11, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

my personal travelogue in Saskatchewan (Canada)



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Regina: Queen City of the Plains

Created by Bob Nicholls on September 3, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
2 Stories

Regina is named after Queen Victoria, "regina" being the Latin for "queen". Being located in the heart of the Great Canadian Plains, it has become known as the Queen City of the Plains. Though underestimated because of its location and size, Regina has much to offer.

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Two Days of Touring in Regina and Melville Sask

Created by Sask99 on August 23, 2007

6 Reviews

Touring and shopping in Regina and Melville included the Corner Gas tour and the Melville Heritage Museum.

Fort Qu'Appelle - The Little Resort on the Prairie

Created by travellingdave on January 3, 2007

5 Reviews

Visiting Saskatchewan's most popular beach resort, in the heart of the Canadian prairies.

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100,000 Lakes!

Created by cgreenley on August 29, 2005

1 Review

Don't be fooled by the small-town flatland reputation; Saskatchewan's north is full of suprises that could keep you entertained for weeks.

Saskatchewan - Land of the Living Skies!

Created by smileskey on May 4, 2005

2 Reviews

One of the few "undiscovered" spots in Canada, Saskatchewan is filled with surprising little towns. One of these is the village of Elbow, tucked in between Saskatoon and Regina.

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