Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan, with a population of over 250,000.

We have one of the highest restaurants per capita in Canada - many embracing the farm to table philosophy.

We play outside - ice skate at the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink. It was voted Canada's best outdoor skating rink by Reader's Digest in 2006.

We're home to the University of Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s leading research intensive universities.

We are home to the Remai Modern art museum, which has the world's most comprehensive collection of Picasso linocuts.

We have seven bridges since the South Saskatchewan River runs through the middle of the city.

We love sports - We are home to the Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Team, who have won two of three National Lacrosse League (NLL) championships since their debut in 2016. We are also home to the Saskatoon Blades Western Hockey League (WHL) team.

We have the Guinness World Record for World's Largest Snowball Fight. It consisted of 7,681 participants.



Saskatchewan is know as the land of the living skies. We encourage you to experience our vibrant cities, abundance of freshwater lakes, and wildlife located in Saskatchewan's beautiful prairies. 

Visit Tourism Saskatchewan to check out some great opportunities to experience the prairies through activities like the Cross-Country Skiing, Skiing and Snowboarding, Curling, Ice Fishing, Ice Skating, Snowmobiling, Dog Sledding, and more

Check out the below video of Rick Mercer covering the World's Largest Snowball Fight in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Check out the below video made by Saskatoon filmmaker, Andrei Feheregyhzi. It takes viewers on a cardboard and watercolour tour of Saskatoon’s arts and culture scene.