Your membership gives you an exclusive subscription to the CAA Saskatchewan Magazine, the most widely read print publication in the province. The CAA magazine is delivered to your home quarterly - February (spring), May (summer), September (fall), and November (winter).
Yours to enjoy are articles on membership benefits and services, travel features, automotive and insurance information, plus community news and profiles.
Complimentary copies are also available at all CAA Stores, plus the CAA Car Care Centre at Regina Battery Depot.
Chair’s Message: Here comes the sun! Brian Barber reminds us about the fantastic summer activities and destinations that our province has to offer. CAA can help you and your loved ones stay safe while enjoying that epic summer road trip!
CAA Insider News:
- CAA’s Slow Down Move Over Day, held annually on the second Tuesday in May, is a national day of safety in observance and recognition of first responders working on our roadways, including tow truck operators, police officers, paramedics, fire department crews, construction workers, and highway patrol staff. Remember: Slow to 60 km/h for all first responders working on Saskatchewan highways, every day, 24/7. Slow down move over: It’s the law. caask.ca/safety
- Celebrating CAA School Safety Patrol Month with our valued patrollers from across Saskatchewan.
- WestWorld Tours is Western Canada’s premier motorcoach tour company with some of the best tour directors in the travel industry. When you’re ready to travel again, trust WestWorld Tours.
- Discover CAA membership perks and added value.
- CAA’s 2022 Top Ten Worst Roads.
- CAA’s new distracted driving campaign #BeforeYouDrive. This unique campaign uses a vibrant video and a catchy tune urging drivers to get it all out of the way before leaving. As a general rule, if you cannot devote your full attention to driving because of some other activity, it’s a distraction. Whenever possible, take care of it before or after your trip, not while behind the wheel. caask.ca/distracteddriving
Rewards Roundup: Stock up on essential gear (and a few creature comforts) to hike, bike, paddle, or cast your way through summer. Shop the CAA Rewards eStore and you’ll earn CAA Dollars® or save when you checkout. caask.ca/estore
Auto IQ: It’s Trailer Talk with Scott McIntyre, Vice President Automotive Services. Many of us are dusting off our RV’s and cleaning our boats for summer trips. We have safety tips whether you plan to tow a camping trailer, watercraft, or even a car behind your RV.
Insurance IQ: “No matter where you live in Canada, you have to expect weather-related events,” says Ryan Jacobson, CEO of the Saskatchewan Safety Council. From floods and forest fires to tornados and hail, natural events can have devastating impacts on hydro and telephone lines, water treatment plants, roadways – and our homes. Learn some steps you can take to protect yours.
Take Five: Prince Edward Island is no small potatoes. No other province captures the essence of Canadiana quite like the site of the Confederation. See it with westworldtours.com
Travel Intel: Ecotourism goes beyond recycling and towel use in hotels. It means visiting places that work to conserve the environment by employing sustainable practices, modes of transport, and even building materials. Plan a road trip to one of these eco-minded spots. Contact your local CAA Travel Consultant for trip-planning advice: caask.ca/travel or call 1-800-564-6222.
- To U.K.’s Birmingham and Beyond, home to Robin Hood and Shakespeare.
- Destination Indigenous – Inspiring First Nations experiences across Saskatchewan and Manitoba including Wanuskewin Heritage Park near Saskatoon.
- The Road-Tripping Handbook – how to plan, prep, and pack for your next epic adventure. Visiting a new city across the pond or a new destination in Saskatchewan? Our local CAA Travel Consultants can help with travel advice, the latest Covid protocols, and top things to see, do, and eat. Call 1-800-564-6222 or visit caask.ca/travel.
Weekender – Neighbourhoods, Local Fun, Things to Do: Featuring the pretty town of Rosthern surrounded by beautiful, natural prairie and several of the province’s most-visited historic sites. Plus, check out Made in Saskatchewan – for bathing suits, books, beer, and other handcrafted goods made here on the Prairies.
The Last Word: Xeriscape Your Yard by following a few principles. Sara Williams, horticulturalist, and author of Western Canada’s definitive guide on the subject, Creating the Prairie Xeriscape, gives her advice.