REGINA—With the 101st Grey Cup behind them, Regina natives can return to solidarity in good spirits knowing that their existence was confirmed for one day.

“We’re so happy that Saskatchewan finally got the recognition it deserves: any recognition,” says Regina local Eugene Phillips. “Hopefully now we’ll get put on a map and be officially recognized as a place that really does exist!”

Prime Minister Stephen Harper also weighed in on Saskatchewan’s coming out party, saying “Ya honestly I had no idea where this place was, but apparently people do live here for some reason. Canada is pretty big; it’s easy to miss some of the nooks and crannies.”

A National Geographic team has been dispatched to explore and document this unknown land to see firsthand how a society untouched by the outside world has evolved over possibly eons of isolation.

By Jay Milley

Lives in Toronto. Rugged indoorsman. Great with power cords. Follow on Twitter @jaymilley

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