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Blue Sky | Oct 4, 2013 | 20:31

Your favourite places in Canada

National Geographic Travel has shone a spotlight on the top 50 places you should visit in Canada in your lifetime. Three spots from Saskatchewan have made the list. We speak with the editor who pushed for Saskatoon to make the list and we take your calls

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