What do you think Saskatchewan should sell in cans to tourists?

Prince Edward Island is known for its red sand and foggy days.

Suggestions range from grasshoppers to sunshine to potash

Photographer and tornado hunter Greg Johnson took this photo in Saskatchewan. (Greg Johnson)

Prince Edward Island is known for its red sand and foggy skies. 

So a tourism operator in Georgetown, P.E.I. is planning on canning it and selling the keepsakes to tourists. 

That got us thinking. What could we can in Saskatchewan and send tourists home with to remind them of their trip to our Prairie province?

Here are a few of the expected suggestions.

Others thought canned critters would be a good idea.

Of course, there's the already canned product the province is known for.

Then there are suggestions that might not make the greatest gifts. 

But check these ideas out! It's hard to believe someone hasn't already canned these for our visitors. 

What do you think? Leave your suggestion on the Facebook post below or in the comments section at the bottom of the page. 


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