Saskatchewanderer starts 10th anniversary celebration

The very successful Saskatchewanderer program marks its 10th Anniversary in 2020. To celebrate, social media followers will be re-introduced to past Saskatchewanderers in what is being called the month of the Retro Wanderer!


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Ashlyn George, the 2015 Saskatchewanderer will kick things off January 10. On January 17 and January 24, the Saskatchewanderer social media channels will be taken over by two other past fan favourites.

In early February, the new 2020 Saskatchewanderer, who will continue showcasing our province until the end of the year, will be officially announced.


“The Saskatchewanderer program has been a very successful platform to feature our province as a great place to visit, live, play and work year-round,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister and Minister Responsible for Tourism Saskatchewan Gene Makowsky said. “I look forward to hearing about what some of our previous Wanderers are up to now and then following our 2020 Saskatchewanderer on his or her adventures.”


CAA continues as the official vehicle sponsor of the Saskatchewanderer, renewing its support annually since the program launched.


“It certainly is official,” CAA President and CEO Fred Titanich said. “CAA Saskatchewan is very pleased to return as the vehicle sponsor of the Saskatchewanderer program. We look forward to celebrating 10 years of exploring this great province with the Wanderer. CAA Saskatchewan’s reputation as a successful business leader with 100 years of experience in the travel, insurance, roadside assistance and automotive maintenance sectors, certainly helps to profile the best that Saskatchewan has to offer. On behalf of our board of directors, staff and valued members, we wish the 2020 Wanderer the very best in safe travels and excellent storytelling.”


Along with the new 2020 Saskatchewanderer, the announcement in February will also reveal a new title sponsor. Through social media “teasers” the audience can start to guess which Saskatchewan business has come onboard to support the program.


Follow our Retro Wanderers in January and the 2020 Saskatchewanderer in February on Facebook (, Twitter (@skwanderer), Instagram (@saskatchewanderer) or YouTube (


Read up on the wanderings on the blog at

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