Canada is home to two thirds of the global polar bear population. On the western shore of the Hudson Bay, hundreds of polar bears gather, waiting for the bay to freeze so they can go onto the ice and hunt for seals. Churchill, Manitoba is legendarily the Polar Bear Capital of the World. It is also the Polar Bear Tourism Capital of the World. There are 19 polar bear populations on the planet — 13 of them in Canada. Read more
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Did you know that CAA Saskatchewan offers a convenient battery service?
Our technicians will test your battery and install a new one, if needed, while you wait. No need to make an appointment; no need to be towed. The test is quick and accurate and, best of all, it's performed by CAA!
Our specially designed battery assist vehicles are equipped with a full line of batteries - the only automotive batteries approved by Canada's largest auto club - and accessories to fit almost any vehicle. We take special care to dispose of your old or used battery in the most environmentally friendly way possible, with 100% recycled into new products.
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Jason Leo Bantle - Photographer - Storyteller - Environmentalist - Canadian
Jason Leo Bantle is from Saskatchewan and his career in photography began while he was conducting biological research on several species of carnivore. These included foxes, skunks, coyotes and wolves. He went on to complete his Master of Science degree with a research project on the arctic fox in Canada’s central arctic region. This region stirred in him a desire to share its splendour with others. Since then Jason has travelled extensively across Canada in an attempt to capture the beauty that this country has to offer. Some of his favourite areas to photograph, besides the arctic, are northern Saskatchewan and the mountains of Alberta. These also happen to be the two places where he spends most of his time. All of Jason’s photographs are from Canada and Alaska and reflect his love of nature and his desire to share this passion with others.