Saskatchewan Real Estate

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About Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan, one of the prairie provinces, is best known for its National and Provincial Parks. This province boasts an almost endless supply of adventures. Between its pristine rivers, gorgeous lakes, and plentiful campgrounds it is easy to find yourself lost in its beauty. So whether you attend any of the countless summer festivals or a meal at one of the province’s finest eateries, you are sure to find something the whole family can enjoy.

Saskatchewan’s most populous cities, Regina and Saskatoon exude a combination of both modern and historic buildings. With plenty of museums, art galleries and an abundance of National Historic Sites, there is always something to do.

Whether you are starting a family or yearning to live close to adventure, the province of Saskatchewan is a great place to find your next home.

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Fun Facts
  • In 1977 Saskatchewan credit unions developed the first automated teller machine in Canada.
  • The Canadian slang “hoser”, whose current meaning is loser, originated in Saskatchewan. It originally referred to a person who siphoned gas from farming vehicles via a hose.
  • Saskatchewan features the Athabasca Sand Dunes, the most northerly active sand dunes in the world.
  • Gordie Howe, also known as Mr. Hockey, is considered one of the greatest ice hockey players of all time and was originally from Floral, Saskatchewan.
  • Saskatchewan features the only interprovincial park, Cypress Hills. It sprawls across both Alberta and Saskatchewan, and features the highest point in Saskatchewan.
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The Buyer's Journey

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