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In Pictures: Saskatchewan hotel and mineral spa

Its pool was shut down for about six months in 2010 over concerns about water safety

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A view of the Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa in Manitou Beach, Sask, which lies about 125 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon. The saline lake provides the water for the spa’s swimming facility, which is so rich in minerals it has been compared to the Dead Sea.

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A view of the pool at the Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa. The focal point of the business’s operation, it was shut down for about six months in 2010 by Saskatchewan health authorities over concerns about the safety of the water.

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In the pool at the Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa.

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In the lobby of the Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa. The property, which includes a 102-room hotel, gift shop and restaurant, has undergone a $2-million renovation, and upgrades continue.

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Sunset at Manitou Beach, Sask., where the Manitou Springs Hotel and Mineral Spa is located. Its pool is fed by Little Manitou Lake.

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