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Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche

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  • Batoche is a site many people from Saskatchewan have bever been to considering its remote location. The museum itself does have limited buildings etc. The staff were very helpful, the museum has a caf...  more »
  • You know something important happened here, and you might be aware it was controversial. But don't come expecting to be educated or informed. The site is not remotely accessible - even the road into t...  more »
  • Had a wonderful day at Batoche. A word of warning though, the site has a lot of tall grasses and is a haven for ticks. One on me and one in my daughters clothes. Really worth visiting, but... make sur...  more »
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  • Lots to see! Really liked the petting zoo and pony rides at Caron farm and the Bannack was so good we went back for thirds. (the ponies and petting zoo was there for kidsfest and may not be available all the time)
  • Great time out with the family! The tram is great for getting around on hot days!
  • Very interesting to see what events shaped this country. Interpreters did a great job.
  • Much of Canadian history glosses over the impact European settlers had on the indigenous peoples (and metis) of Canada. Batoche is a good bit of history to show who the Metis people were, and what the government of Canada did to them, repeatedly, during the westward expansion. You don't need to spend a whole day here, but come for a few hours and see a little know part of our past.
  • Informative, historical and interactive. Friendly staff