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Sep
09

Pix Of The Day – Canoeing on Emma Lake, Saskatchewan

It doesn’t get much more Canadian than this. A lake, one white canoe and one red canoe! Thank goodness I had my camera on me as I drank my morning coffee with some friends on their dock, I would have been pretty upset had I missed this shot.

Emma Lake is a combined campground, and lake. The area has a population of around 900 in the summertime, and 200 in the wintertime. Emma Lake is 45 kilometers north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and 5 kilometers from Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan.

Emma Lake consists of three smaller lakes and is located just to the south of the entrance to Prince Albert National Park. It lies within the Rural Municipality of Lakeland 521.

North of Prince Albert, SK

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