14 June 2022

Photographer Daniel Paquet offers photos in support of SaskAbilities: Prairies for Funds

Daniel Paquet is a Saskatchewan-based photographer native to Quebec City. As a landscape photographer, he explored all of Saskatchewan from Roche Percée to Uranium City. Daniel has also worked and volunteered with SaskAbilities for many years.  

SaskAbilities is proud to share a website created by Daniel that shows the beauty of Saskatchewan landscapes through gorgeous photos that you can download as digital wallpaper. In turn, it encourages you to make a donation to SaskAbilities of your choosing when you download the images.  We encourage you to also share these beautiful landscapes with your family and friends!


These breathtaking views of the Saskatchewan prairies are Daniel’s own photos that he is offering in support of SaskAbilities.  The images taken, and the time it takes Daniel to do this has been completely donated in an effort to help increase donations. Proceeds help to provide programs and services that aim to enhance the quality of life for individuals experiencing disability in Saskatchewan.

These photos are available in different sizes to accommodate all computer, tablet or cell phone screens and will change with the seasons.

In addition to the offered photos, the site also shares the impact SaskAbilities has on those it helps. For instance, did you know that SaskAbilities was incorporated in 1950 and continues to operate under the authority of The Non-profit Corporations Act, 1995, of Saskatchewan and is a registered charity under the Income Tax Act. We are dedicated to providing programs and services to people experiencing disability in Saskatchewan, and to building inclusive communities.

We hope you enjoy the photos and we thank Daniel so much for all he continues to do.