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Discovering Canada – The Badlands of Saskatchewan (preview)

Story and photography by Mike Grandmaison When you say the word badlands many people likely think of barren, rocky, desolate areas found in Alberta or North Dakota. OPC’s Mike Grandmaison ventured to the badlands of what he calls Canada’s most underrated province — Saskatchewan. He encountered buttes, mesas and hoodoos. To read and see more […]

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Saskatchewan – A province to photograph in all seasons (Cover Story preview)

Story and photography by Ian McGregor While many will associate Saskatchewan with an expansive Prairie landscape, photographer Ian McGregor is here to tell us much of the province is anything but flat. From thick forests and lakes to sand dunes and badlands, McGregor reveals that the western province has a little something for every photographer’s […]

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Discovering Canada — Prairie Giants (preview)

As I travel across the Canadian Prairies in search of scenic photo opportunities, I’m amazed and saddened by the number of ghost towns, abandoned farm homes and dilapidated grain elevators lost to the climate, the economy and the evolution of society. Yet they draw me in. I wonder about the lives lived inside those walls, […]

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