In Saskatchewan, the roads less travelled reap rewards

Most Canadians treat Saskatchewan as a flyover or a drive-through province, but I’ve long been convinced that there’s much more to Canada’s flattest, most right-angled, and hardest-to-spell province than meets the eye. And after a week spent driving from north to south and into its far corners, all while avoiding the Trans-Canada Highway as much as possible, I can attest to the fact that life here runs much deeper than grain elevators and farmers’ fields.

To quote the Corner Gas closing theme: You think there’s not a lot going on in Saskatchewan? Look closer, baby. You’re so wrong.

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