http://www.bigthings.ca This website is dedicated to those fantastic and awe inspiring monuments built by communities to draw tourist dollars into their community. I am talking about the world's largest oilcan, the world's largest Easter egg, the world's largest (fill in the blank).

http://www.historysociety.ca Helping Canadians understand their stories since 1994. The Society, 50 000 members strong, is devoted to brushing the dust off of Canadian history to reveal our true passion and drama.

http://www.greatexcursions.com Great Excursions brings to life authentic experiences that will deeply move guests in the heart of Western Canada. Our Great Excursions are extraordinary journeys of discovery, rooted in authenticity and marked with fascinating encounters. Explore our website and don't hesitate to contact us if you would like to find out more about the services Great Excursions offers.

http://www.craik.ca Craik is strategically situated on the prairies on the Louis Riel Trail (Hwy. #11), a four-lane divided highway.  This highway takes you south to Regina - the provincial capital, or north to Saskatoon - the largest city of the province

http://www.craikecovillage.ca The Craik Sustainable Living Project Inc. (CSLP) is a non-profit organization which aims to advance the local use of more ecologically sound technologies and ways of living.

http://www.sagt.sk.ca Saskatchewan Association of Geomatics Technologists strives to increase the technical knowledge of its members by conducting seminars, workshops and arranging demonstrations of technological advancements within the industry.

http://www.roadsideattractions.ca As you travel across Canada, you may come across some large and interesting roadside attractions. Here's a growing collection of their photos, some of which I have taken and others that have been donated or borrowed.