The Luseland School is currently hosting exchange students from Montreal.
A total of 24 students and teachers from Montreal are spending the week with the grade 10 and 11s from Luseland School.
The west central students showed their visitors a crash course on harvest, livestock exchange, and the world's largest tomahawk in Cut Knife among other things.
Also included on the trip was a game of bones in Macklin, horse riding lessons and a trip to North Battleford to the Allan Sapp Gallery and Western Development Museum.
The Luseland students will be heading to Montreal in October as part of the exchange program.