Prairie Guide Magazine

The Prairie Guide Magazine was a “Made in Saskatchewan” publication that was produced bi-monthly from 2000-2007 and was distributed in Regina and Qu'Appelle Valley areas. Publications ceased when Susan moved to Qualicum Beach, British Columbia.

The Prairie Guide was Discontinued in 2007 when Susan moved to the west coast.

Prairie Guide
Prairie Guide

Cheyenne at Katepwa
  • FUN — It was in its 7th year of production, the magazine was well established with an enthusiastic readership including subscribers from across Canada & the USA.
  • FREE — It was distributed “Free of Charge” to restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, gas stations, tourist information booths (in the summer) etc. and all advertiser's places of business.
  • ENTERTAINING — It was packed full of jokes, crossword & word search puzzles, recipes, poems & life's antidotes.
  • INFORMATIVE — Keep informed on the latest book reviews, health information, places to shop, restaurants and advertisers in your area.
  • DISTRIBUTION — The Prairie Guide Magazine was distributed in Regina, then east on Highway #1 to Indian Head, north to Lipton and south of Regina to Francis, and all those little places in between.
  • QUANTITY — There were 2000 copies printed & distributed for each issue.

The readership loves the content and the advertisers received positive results.

Our mascot Cheyenne can be found in every issue and accompanies me on deliveries. Readers tell me that they often search the magazine looking for the most recent photo of him before reading anything else.

Some of the readers comments include:

Enjoy your magazine very much. Keep up the good work!

What an interesting magazine. On our recent trip to Winnipeg and Ontario from B.C. I picked up your paper. Very good articles and stories. We truly enjoyed it. Congratulations!

I find this magazine very interesting and I always pick one up as soon as they come out.

Thanks for all the laughs and the great info.