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A Northern Saskatchewan Web portal 


A selection of photo galleries from various adventures.

Civil Air Search and Rescue Association - Saskatchewan

CASARA Saskatchewan is part of the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (commonly known as CASARA). They are a Canada-wide volunteer non-profit aviation association dedicated to the promotion of
Aviation Safety, and to the provision of trained and effective air search support services to 
supplement our National Search and Rescue program. 
Motto: "That others may live!"

"Pimiskatan", which means "Let's paddle!" in Cree

 Let's paddle with the Pimiskatin Canoe Club.  We live in the canoe capital of Canada and just waiting conveniently for you at Eagle Point is a great facility of canoes, equipment and enthusiastic paddlers.  If you have ever wanted to take that leisurely paddle, race or that great Canadian canoe trip, it doesn't get any easier or better than this! Come out and join us for a season of fun and adventure.

In the wintertime, La Ronge forgoes its fish tales for ski trails, 
and it invites everyone to join the fun on some of the best trails around.
Forget the waving fields of wheat - the Don Allen Trails are in the boreal forest of the Canadian Shield,
winding through rocky terrain with challenging, picturesque verticals.

The annual Pilgrimage in honor of Saint Anne is one of the most unique and memorable spiritual gatherings in North America.   Founded in 1887 by missionaries of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, this historic event today draws as many as 40,000 pilgrims. The pilgrimage is especially close to the hearts of our many First Nations and Metis people who attend faithfully each year.  The pilgrimage site is located on the shores of beautiful Lac Ste. Anne in Alberta, Canada about 75 km north west of Edmonton.
Gathered in Unity 

 An interprovincial missionary diocese covering a land mass of 430,000 square kilometers in
northern Saskatchewan, Manitoba and a small corner of North-West Ontario. 
The Métis, First Nations of Cree, OjiCree, Dene and non-Natives 
make up the richness of a mixed culture. 
The territory west of James Bay was called "Keewatin" meaning "North Wind Blowing."

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