Waskesu Visitors and Townsite - May 26, 2020
WASKESIU COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION BY-ELECTON NOTICE - Nominations are now being accepted for two Council member positions on the Waskesiu Community Council.
Prince Albert National Park 2020 Summer Activity Guide and Trail Map
Reminder for Visitors, Residents and Staff
Please help ensure safety by respecting physical distancing.
Parks Canada staff are working hard to provide critical services in Waskesiu and open to some services and facilities. The safety of visitors, residents and staff is the first priority for Parks Canada. Visitors, residents and staff are reminded to respect physical distancing guidelines and remain 2m (6 feet) away from people who are not included in your household. All Parks Canada buildings and facilities remain closed at this time. No public access is available to these buildings. More details about services and facilities that will be opened beginning June 1 will be made available soon.
The Waskesiu Lobstick Golf Course is open to the public as of Saturday, May 16th. Parks Canada has assured that traffic to the golf course will be allowed. Click here for the Government Golf Course Guidelines.
Catch up on all the good things the Waskesiu Foundation helped make happen last year in their 2019 - 2020 Newsletter!
The East Boundary Fuel Break reduces the risk of wildfire to the north and east of Elk Ridge and McPhee Lake communities.
Tourism Saskatchewan recently produced a profile video on wildlife photographer, Duane Larson, whose passion for photography and wildlife in Prince Albert National Park extends well beyond simply taking a few photos. Click here to view Duane’s
Parks Canada Waskesiu Vegetation Management Strategy 2019 PowerPoint presentation from the WSRA and WCC 2019 AGM.
Great news for Waskesiu Seasonal Residents! SaskTel High Speed Internet
Re-instatement of 8-Month Disconnect
For sale Twin Pine Cinemas and Pine and Fancy - One of a Kind Business Opportunity for Sale in Waskesiu.
REDUCING THE RISK OF WILDFIRE. Learn how you can help protect yourself and your community.
Waskesiu Community Submission to Parks Canada – click here to link to the October 2018 joint submission made to Parks Canada on behalf of the Waskesiu Community Council, the WSRA, and the Waskesiu Chamber of Commerce.
The joint submission is in response to the Parks Canada consultation process now underway in relation to a proposed “National Permit Planning Process”.
Help protect our birds in Prince Albert National Park.
Volunteer and help monitor the loon population of Prince Albert National Park’s lakes.
Check out the Plains Bison in Prince Albert National Park!
Prince Albert National Park Infrastructure Update.
Changes to Recycling Program at Waskesiu
Urban Forest Renewal in Waskesiu