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Saskatchewan rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Saskatchewan. Common rental types found in Saskatchewan are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Cities in Saskatchewan where housing rentals are found are Regina Area, Saskatoon Area, East Central Region, Southeast Region, Southwest Region, North Region, West Cental Region.  Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Saskatchewan.

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      Saskatchewan Province Information
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada. Saskatchewan has 7th rank in size among the provinces of the Canada. The Province total area is 227,100 sq mi. Province total populations is 1,034,974 in 2009 estimation. In population wise the Province has 6th rank in Canada. The province's name derives from the Saskatchewan River, whose name derives from its Cree designation meaning "swift flowing river". Saskatchewan is bounded by the Alberta to the west, Northwest Territories to the north Saskatchewan to the east and American states of Montana and North Dakota on the south. Alberta and Saskatchewan are only two provinces land-locked in Canada. Two major natural regions in Saskatchewan are Canadian Shield and the Interior Plains. Canadian Shield is located in the north and the Interior Plains is located in the south.

      Saskatchewan Province Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Mostly in the northern region half the Saskatchewan province covered by forest, one-third is refined farmland in the southern Great Plains and parklands and one-eighth is fresh water. This province contains impressive variety of colour and landscape ventures in the heart of Canada. In Saskatchewan each season begin with its own special beauty, excitement and activities. Saskatchewan is a different Canadian province with an improved focus on rural community development and regional business promotion.

      Saskatchewan Province Demographics
Saskatchewan total population - 1,034,974
Saskatchewan United Kingdom population -8,230
Saskatchewan United States population -5,425
Saskatchewan China population -3,405
Saskatchewan Germany population -2,675
Saskatchewan Philippines population -2,455
Saskatchewan Poland population -1,935
Saskatchewan India population -1,685
Saskatchewan former Yugoslavia population -1,540
Saskatchewan Netherlands population -1,355
Saskatchewan Viet Nam population -1,295
Saskatchewan Ukraine population -1,050
Saskatchewan Hong Kong population -885
Saskatchewan Romania population -750
Saskatchewan South Africa population -720
Saskatchewan Chile population -700
Saskatchewan Sudan population -665
Saskatchewan Greece population -645
Saskatchewan El Salvador population -585
Saskatchewan Iraq population -555
Saskatchewan Italy population -545

      Saskatchewan school information
Students in Saskatchewan are legally required to attend school between the ages of 6 and 16 years even though some students continue until they are 18 years to receive a graduation diploma. The school year starts at the beginning of the month of September and ends before June 30. The University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina are the high quality institutes in Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan is located in Saskatoon and the University of Regina is located in Regina. Saskatchewan contains four 'Institute Applied Science and Technology' (SAIST) universities, they are located in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina. Saskatchewan also contains nine regional college systems and fifty private vocational schools.

Saskatchewan Symbols
Saskatchewan nickname - "The Bread Basket of Canada","Land of the Living Skies","The Wheat Province".

Image of Saskatchewan flag

Image of Saskatchewan flower

Image of Saskatchewan tree
Saskatchewan Flag
Saskatchewan Flower
Western Red Lily
Saskatchewan Tree
Paper Birch

Image of Saskatchewan bird

Image of Saskatchewan motto

Image of Saskatchewan song
Saskatchewan Bird
Sharp-tailed Grouse
Saskatchewan Motto
"Multis e Gentibus Vires"
Saskatchewan Song
"There's no place like Saskatchewan"

      Saskatchewan Province History
Earlier to European settlement Saskatchewan was occupied by various native peoples of North America including members of the Athabaskan, Algonquian, Atsina, Cree, Saulteaux and Sioux tribes. Henry Kelsey was the first European to enter Saskatchewan in 1960. The first persistent European settlement was a Hudson's Bay Company post at Cumberland House, founded in 1774 by Samuel Hearne. In the late 1850s and early 1860s scientific expeditions managed by John Palliser and Henry Youle Hind explored the plain region of the Saskatchewan province. In 1870 Canada granted the Hudson's Bay Company's territories and formed the North-West regions to administer the vast region between British Columbia and Saskatchewan. In 1970, the first annual Canadian Western Agribition was occupied in Regina.

      Saskatchewan Province Tourist Information
Saskatchewan contains 100,000 lakes and rivers and close to 12 million acres of national and provincial parkland. Grasslands National Park extracts some of the last untouched Plain left in North America. Cypress Hills is the greatest point between Labrador and the Rocky Mountains. Wanuskewin Heritage Park represents 6,000 years of Northern Plains Indian culture. The Anglican Church is the oldest building in Saskatchewan. The Athabasca Sand Dunes are the most northerly major sand dunes in the world and among the largest in North America.

      Saskatchewan Province Transportation
Transportation in Saskatchewan contains an infrastructure system of roads, highways, freeways, airports, pipelines, trails, waterways and railway systems serving a population of approximately 1,003,299 inhabitants year-round. Transportation in Saskatchewan funded primarily with local, rural municipality and federal government funds. The first Canadian transcontinental railway was organized by the Canadian Pacific Railway between 1881 and 1885.

      Saskatchewan Taxes
Provincial sales taxes Reduced from 7% on 28 October 2006.
There is a separate 10% liquor consumption tax.
Provincial sales taxes the non-alcoholic portion of a restaurant meal are not taxed.

      Saskatchewan Universities
Campion College,Regina,Saskatchewan -1300 students
University of Regina,Regina,Saskatchewan -10,570 students
University of Saskatchewan,Saskatoon,Saskatchewan -19082 students

      Saskatchewan Province Religions
Saskatchewan Catholic Population is 305,390
Saskatchewan Protestant Population is 449,195
Saskatchewan Christian Orthodox Population is 14,280
Saskatchewan Muslim Population is 2,230
Saskatchewan Jewish Population is 865
Saskatchewan Buddhist Orthodox Population is 3,050
Saskatchewan Hindu Population is 1,585
Saskatchewan Sikh Population is 500
Saskatchewan Eastern Religions Population is 780
Saskatchewan Other Religions Population is 6,750
Saskatchewan No religious affiliation Population is 151,455

      Saskatchewan Counties
Division No. 1, Saskatchewan - Estevan -Population 29,168
Division No. 2, Saskatchewan - Weyburn -Population 20,363
Division No. 3, Saskatchewan - Assiniboia -Population 13,133
Division No. 4, Saskatchewan - Maple Creek -Population 11,086
Division No. 5, Saskatchewan - Melville -Population 30,529
Division No. 6, Saskatchewan - Regina -Population 220,688
Division No. 7, Saskatchewan - Moose Jaw -Population 45,532
Division No. 8, Saskatchewan - Swift Current -Population 29,199
Division No. 9, Saskatchewan - Yorkton -Population 34,736
Division No. 10, Saskatchewan - Wynyard -Population 17,680
Division No. 11, Saskatchewan - Saskatoon -Population 244,273
Division No. 12, Saskatchewan - Battleford -Population 22,452
Division No. 13, Saskatchewan - Kindersley -Population 22,342
Division No. 14, Saskatchewan - Melfort -Population 36,515
Division No. 15, Saskatchewan - Prince Albert -Population 79,018
Division No. 16, Saskatchewan - North Battleford -Population 37,118
Division No. 17, Saskatchewan - Lloydminster -Population 40,406
Division No. 18, Saskatchewan - La Ronge -Population 33,919

      Saskatchewan Province Government
As for other Canadian provinces Saskatchewan also has same form of government with a lieutenant-governor, premier, and a unicameral legislature. Provincial politics in Saskatchewan is handling by the New Democrats and the Saskatchewan Party. The Green Party, Liberal Party and the Progressive Conservative Party are the several smaller political parties in Saskatchewan. These smaller political parties also run candidates in provincial elections but none is currently represented in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. In 2007 provincial election was won by the Saskatchewan Party under Brad Wall. Recent federal elections have been handling by the Conservative Party hence the party actually represents 13 of 14 federal ridings in Saskatchewan, while the Liberal Party of Canada represents one federal riding.

      Saskatchewan National Parks
Saskatchewan contains 34 provincial parks. Southern provincial parks contain Cypress Hills and Moose Mountain and the parks of the Qu'Appelle Valley. The wooded hills, blue lakes of Duck Mountain, Greenwater Lake, Narrow Hills and Meadow Lake are the natural environment parks in the central parklands.

      Saskatchewan Economy
The largest part of the expansion in Saskatchewan was completely based on the production and sending overseas of natural resources. The major production of wheat, oilseeds, livestock, oil and gas, potash, uranium, and timber obviously led to the growth of firms supplying inputs to the industries and of firms handing out the raw products. Dominion Lands Act was conceded to support an agricultural agreement for a united British North America. The agricultural outputs of Saskatchewan are canola, alfalfa, mustard, vegetables, forage seed, rye, oats, peas, lentils, canary seed, barley and also cattle ranching, and grains, dairy products, live stocks and grazing lands. In Saskatchewan Meat dispensation is the major industry. Even though Oil industry is superior in Saskatchewan, both Oil and natural gas production plays an important role. Natural gas is located in the western part of Saskatchewan.

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