The only province in Canada with completely artificial boundaries, Saskatchewan is known for its prairie life and scenery. But expect more. Saskatchewan offers the most sunlight on average year-round in Canada. The Cypress Hills, which are the highest point in Canada between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador, reach 1,392 metres in Saskatchewan. While agriculture is a large industry in Saskatchewan, it accounts for only 8.7 per cent of the provincial gross domestic product. Abandon any preconceptions and discover the land of the living sky.
City living or rural roots, there’s something for everyone in Saskatchewan. The province offers an affordable cost of living with lower housing costs and a commute time of about 20 minutes in major centres. The province offers quality public education and healthcare, a comprehensively high quality of life. There are great people, great communities and great opportunities.
Arts and culture, sports and recreation, there are many places to see and many things to do. There are 100,000 lakes (one where a record 43-pound rainbow trout was caught), more golf courses per capita and a road network to explore that would circle the equator four times. Saskatchewan has four definitive seasons and events and activities to go with each one. Indoors or outdoors, organized or self-generated, there is something for you in Saskatchewan.
For more information:
Government of Saskatchewan (Moving to Saskatchewan)