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Saskatchewan: the benefits of living in the province.

Prince Albert

Prince Albert – one of the biggest cities in Saskatchewan

Prince Albert is the 3rd largest city in Saskatchewan with a population of 39,737. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River, near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Highways 2, 11, 55, 302 and 3 all connect in Prince Albert.

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Pense No. 160

Pense No. 160 – beautiful scenery everyday

The Rural Municipality (RM) of Pense (No. 160) is located between the Provincial Capital of Regina and the City of Moose Jaw along the TransCanada Highway (#1). The RM location includes townships 16, 17, 18; Ranges 22, 23, 24 west of the second meridian.

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Little Pine First Nation

Little Pine First Nation – crossroads of cultural routes

Little Pine First Nation is located 53 kilometres (kms) northwest of Battleford, Saskatchewan. Currently, Little Pine has a landmass upwards of 60,000 acres and a registered population of over 1400 members. Little Pine First Nation is located at the foot of Bluehill and rests along the shores of the Battle River. Bluehill is a symbol of home for our people.

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Chaplin – sanctuary of rarest shorebirds

The Village of Chaplin is centrally located between Moose Jaw and Swift Current on the TransCanada Highway (#1). Provincial highway #19 north and Highway #58 south are also important roadways for the area. The Canadian Pacific (CP) rail-line runs through the village and is important to the local industry.

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Broadview – one of the finest baseball diamonds

What is unique about Broadview aside from its favorable rail, road, water, land, labour pool, and other raw and supporting resources, is its location. Situated on the Trans Canada Highway, 78 kilometers (km) west of the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border and 155 km east of Regina, Broadview is in the heart of the southeast corner of Saskatchewan. This location gives an excellent advantage to many industries since all major areas are equally accessible from Broadview.

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St. Brieux

St. Brieux – mini-golf, hiking & biking in Regional Park

The Village of St. Brieux is located southwest of Melfort on highway #368. Surrounded by the boreal-transition ecoregion, farmland and wilderness dominate the landscape offering residents and visitors a quaint and peaceful country setting. Lenore Lake, located near the Village, hosts a variety of recreational opportunities.

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