Thursday, May 24, 2018

Prairies North magazine changes hands

After 20 years, the regional magazine Prairies North magazine is under new ownership. Michelle and Lionel Hughes started the magazine on their kitchen table in Norquay, Saskatchewan as Saskatchewan Naturally in 1994. It became Prairies North in 2007. 

Now, Rob and Amanda Soulodre are the owners and publishers and have moved the quarterly magazine down the road (but not that far) to their farm in Alvena, Saskatchewan. The couple are also the publishers of Saskatoon HOME magazine.
"Lionel & Michelle have spent 20 years cultivating, curating and covering the pulse of Saskatchewan’s natural beauty and the stories of its people. I’m sure we speak for you all when we say “Thank You!” to Lionel and Michelle for sharing their love of Saskatchewan with us over these many years," said a post about the ownership change. 
"We take the continuation of this legacy very seriously, and look forward to the next 20 years of sharing our love for Saskatchewan with you. The natural beauty and spirit of our people is something we feel in our soul. Thank you for inviting us into your lives, we know we are going to get along splendidly in true Saskatchewan fashion."                  


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