How to celebrate 150th Canada day (Saskatoon) 


First of all, this is our 4th of 150 posts about 150th Canada Independence day celebrations (this post is about Saskatoon).


Saskatoon is the largest city in The Province of Saskatchewan. This province is the closest province to my province, Alberta. If you don’t know where Saskatchewan is, please see google map at the end of the page. Have you ever heard of PotashCorp? PotashCorp is a known name associated with this nice city.




This is water river bridge in Saskatoon, SK
This is an angled photo of Saskatchewan water river bridge in Saskatoon






The name Saskatoon (at the place of many Saskatoon berries) refers to the sweet, violet-coloured berry that grows in the area.


The establishment date of this city was in 1883 and Incorporated in 1906. A few local attractions are The Bez (Hotel Delta Bessborough), Mendel Art Gallery, The Meewasin Valley Trail, Traffic Bridge, Royal Canadian Legion, Frank & Ellen Remai Arts Centre, The Ukranian Museum of Canada, The Saskatchewan Western Development Museum, The Saskatchewan Railway Museum, The Forestry Farm Park & Zoo, Wanuskewin Heritage Park and Saskatoon Farmer’s Market. In addition to attractions listed here, there are more local attractions not listed here.



This is an awesome photo of Saskatoon sunset.
Sun peeking through Saskatoon Landscape



If you want to know how and what celebrations Saskatoon will have for 150th Canada Day, read here.  You will get all the information you need to celebrate the big day. I have been here only once and really loved it there.




As I mentioned earlier, Saskatoon was established in 1883 and incorporated in 1906. By 2011, Saskatoon’s population was little over 222k. In case if you want to learn more about this beautiful city, read here. You can enjoy Northern Lights in winter months here. A lot of tourists (domestic and international) visit here to watch Northern Lights.



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