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one of the three prairie provinces in west central Canada

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The slightly lower coverage is a result of lower insured crop prices in 2018; however, coverage levels remain very high thanks to the success of Saskatchewan producers as average yields continue to move higher.
Saskatchewan is a world leader in the production and export of canola, wheat, oats, peas, lentils, mustard seed, canary seed, flax and other crops.
For example, Saskatchewan is latitudinally challenged.
Innovation Place is also home to the renowned Saskatchewan Research Council and Bioprocessing Centre, and provides custom processing for the manufacturing, services, research and development, nutraceutical, cosmetic and agri-food industries.
Aimed at increasing economic and educational ties between India and Saskatchewan, this 10-day mission will include a series of meetings in Bangalore, Chennai and New Delhi.
As for the Saskatchewan girls' team, it just missed out on capturing some hardware.
The court may back the Human Rights Commission: in 2003, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's bench upheld an SHRC ruling that biblical verses critical of homosexuality could be considered "hate speech.
I READ SOMEWHERE that Saskatchewan has more roads per capita than anywhere else in Canada.
Kerr also discusses the history of the Saskatchewan Library Association, the Saskatchewan Library Trustees Association, and the development of Aboriginal libraries in the province after 1967.
A fixed amount of drug sales is guaranteed to the company that offers Saskatchewan Health the most competitive price while in other provinces generic drug prices are set and pharmacists buy directly from the manufacturers.
This unique initiative could make highways much safer for drivers since wildlife collisions are a major problem in Saskatchewan," Highways and Transportation Minister Mark Wartman said.
However, two historical research projects, both concerned with the history of the North Saskatchewan River itself are nearly completed.
The president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees in Saskatchewan died December 10 at the age of 46.
com/research/94e37b/ehealth_now_saska) has announced the addition of the "eHealth NOW: Saskatchewan Update" report to their offering.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed September 14, 2017, as Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Day.
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