People stopping at the Whitewood Museum are greeted with a friendly welcome from Ashley Niemi, one of the summer staff.

The Whitewood Museum, which provides tourist information as well as displays of the museum artifacts, has been busier than ever this year. “The tourist information booth at the boarder of Saskatchewan and Manitoba is closed this year, so for many of the travellers heading west, Whitewood is their first stop for information,” Ashley Niemi, one […]

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