It’s like Trivial Pursuit, but focused entirely on Saskatchewan governance and democracy.
The provincial government unveiled the new board game, “It’s Democracy!”, at Government House in Regina Monday morning.
The game, a Canada 150 Legacy project, was made to engage Saskatchewan students and aid in their education of the provincial democratic process.
Minister of Central Services Ken Cheveldayoff spoke at the game unveiling.
He says the students have a great opportunity to learn about the provinces’ democracy.
“Our democratic system of government is one that is the envy of other countries,” he said. “And we should be proud of that.”
Cheveldayoff also says overall, it’s a just a fun way to combine political knowledge and fun in Saskatchewan classrooms.
“Whenever you can do something that’s fun and it’s an educational experience. you’ve accomplished your goals.”