We all know life can be busy and overwhelming. This means that finding time for yourself should become a top priority. Care for your body, mind and soul by getting outside and soaking in the revitalizing benefits that nature has to offer.
This deciduous beauty, with circular leaves and green-white bark, is common and widely distributed throughout Canada and elsewhere in the world. We pass by her almost daily without a second glance. But do you know anything about this cheerful and enduring tree?
Indigenous tourism in Saskatchewan, and Canada as a whole, has generally been underrepresented and underdeveloped. Though in recent years, it’s clear there’s been a higher demand for Indigenous-based attractions and people are more interested than ever to take part.
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) defines two types of Indigenous based tourism:
Pêmiska is a Cree word. In English, it means “come and find it.” Choosing a Cree word for the name celebrates and honours Cree language and culture, providing an opportunity for tour operators and community members alike to educate visitors on its meaning and impact.
Never been to Beardy’s before? No problem. We’ll be here to help you when you arrive. But in the meantime, here’s a quick guide to help plan your Pemiska vacation.
Pêmiska is a Cree word; in English, it means “come and find it.”
We’re proud to welcome visitors to our land and show the world our history and culture. Pêmiska Tourism will help define what Indigenous tourism can offer.