WASCANA PARKBronze equestrian statue of Queen Elizabeth II overseeing the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens. The statue was dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II on May 18, 2005, during the Province’s Centennial Year. Saskatchewan sculptor, Susan Velder, created the larger than life bronze statue of the Queen riding her favourite horse, Burmese. Once a famous addition to the RCMP Musical Ride, Burmese was presented to the Queen in 1967. Burmese became a favourite mount and Her Majesty rode her for many ceremonial duties.
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Lakeshore Park Totem Polewas a gift to Saskatchewan from the British Columbia government in 1971. It commemorates the centenary of the union, July 20, 1871, of the province of British Columbia with the Dominion Canada. The Saskatchewan totem pole is one of 12 presented to Canadian Centres.
CATHEDRAL VILLAGEis a unique neighborhood which consists of tree-lined streets, historic 13th Avenue shopping district with many diverse, creative bohemian residents..