This major First Nations culture heritage park, immediately north of Saskatoon, is of national and potentially international significance. Particular attention has been devoted to ensuring that its development presents an appropriate cultural and environmental image, and a strong visitor experience. Specific features of the 136 hectare development include the development of a thematic entrance, an amphitheatre, an activity area, an extensive trail network including creek crossings, various interpretive stations, site exhibits including a Medicine Wheel, and a major interpretive/administration centre. Crosby Hanna & Associates’ extended and ongoing involvement with this site includes resource management planning, program and functional planning, site planning and design, landscape architecture, site restoration, and collaboration with architectural, engineering, exhibit design, and management consultants, as well as diverse Board of Directors, Campaign Committee & administrative/operational staff.
Location: Saskatoon, SK
Timeline: 1986 - present
CSLA National & Prairie Region Honour Awards 1996
Design Council of Saskatchewan: Premier’s Award of Excellence, 1996