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  City of Saskatoon · Quick Facts
Saskatoon is centrally located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, in townships 36 and 37, range 5 and township 36, range 6, west of the third meridian (Latitude 52.24 North, Longitude 106.67 West).
Saskatoon is situated on the banks of the south Saskatchewan river which is crossed by seven bridges within the city limits.
Saskatoon is Saskatchewan’s largest city with an estimated population of 207,700 and growing (as of June 30, 2007).
www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca /org/quick_facts/index.asp   (600 words)

  Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saskatoon is the most populous city in the province of Saskatchewan, and has been since the mid-1980s when it surpassed the provincial capital of Regina.
Saskatoon lies on a long belt of rich, potassic chernozem in middle-southern Saskatchewan and is found in the Aspen parkland biome.
Saskatoon, on a cross-section from west to east, has a general decline in elevation above sea level heading towards the river, and on the east bank of the river, the terrain is mostly level until outside the city, where it begins to decrease in elevation again.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saskatoon,_Saskatchewan   (3467 words)

 Search Results for "Saskatoon, Saskatchewan"
186,058), S central Sask., on the South Saskatchewan R.; 52°08'N 106°40'W. The largest city in the prov, it is the chief...
The Saskatchewan R. and its branches were once important thoroughfares...
The Saskatchewan River and its branches were once important thoroughfares...
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/sitesearch?FILTER=&query=Saskatoon%2C+Saskatchewan   (284 words)

 Saskatoon Airport Authority
Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport and its tenants are committed to helping the community achieve its goals and we take pride in celebrating its successes.
The Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker Airport welcomes all travelers to the City of Saskatoon.
The airside viewing area from the food court and the new viewing gallery on the second floor featuring 75 years of Aviation History are fascinating for every airport visitor, young and old.
www.yxe.ca   (141 words)

 Canadian Relocation Systems, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
It serves as a regional centre for the nothern prairies and for central and northern Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon is located 328 km north of the Canadian-American border, 225 km from the Alberta border and 346 km from the Manitoba border.
The University of Saskatchewan is Canada's only university to confer degrees in all five life sciences and has achieved global recognition in the arts, medicine, engineering and agriculture.
www.relocatecanada.com /saskatoon   (268 words)

 Saskatoon Road Runners Association - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Saskatoon Road Runners Association - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
The 2007 Saskatoon Road Runners Association membership form is now available on our membership page.
Information for the website should be submitted to website@saskatoonroadrunners.ca and information for the newsletter should go to newsletter@saskatoonroadrunners.ca All submissions are encourage and greatly appreciated.
www.saskatoonroadrunners.ca   (315 words)

 Virtual Saskatchewan - Saskatoon City Highlights
The South Saskatchewan River that bisects the city is Saskatoon's pride and joy.
Downtown comes alive with the sound of music during the annual Saskatoon Jazz Festival, and theatre of the wild and wacky awaits patrons of the Saskatoon International Fringe Festival.
prime minister, Saskatchewan's John Diefenbaker, is commemorated at The Diefenbaker Canada Centre, on the University of Saskatchewan campus.
www.virtualsk.com /maps/saskatoon.html   (529 words)

 Saskatoon Saskatchewan real estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Saskatchewan is bounded by the Northwest Territories (N), Manitoba (E), North Dakota and Montana (S), and Alberta (W).
The principal rivers are the Churchill, North and South Saskatchewan, and Qu'Appelle.
Except for a semiarid section in the southwest used for grazing and an area in the east and central portion given over to mixed farming and dairying, the land is devoted to the raising of hard wheat.
www.jimmartinhomes.com /Saskatchewan/page_210437.html   (249 words)

 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Saskatoon (2001 population 196,811 Saskatonians, metropolitan population 225,927) is a city located in central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River.
Known as the "City of Bridges" for its seven river crossings, Saskatoon is the largest city in the province.
Saskatoon hosts many festivals and events in the summer, including the Jazz Festival, the children's festival, the Saskatoon International Fringe Festival (alternative Theatre), Folk Fest (cultural festival) and the Canada Remembers Airshow.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Saskatoon,_Saskatchewan.html   (338 words)

 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Archives Board Responsible for acquiring, preserving and making accessible documentary records bearing on all aspects of the history of Saskatchewan, and facilitating the management of the records of government institutions.
Saskatchewan War Memorial Project Dedicating a memorial to those those who did not return from WW II, the Korean conflict and any who are lost in subsequent Peace Keeping duties.
Saskatoon Cemeteries Burial information on the two cemeteries that are administered by the City of Saskatoon.
www.islandnet.com /~jveinot/cghl/saskatchewan.html   (1124 words)

 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Real Estate
Saskatoon (population 229,302) is a community with that rare combination of big city amenities and small town spirit!
Saskatoon is a vibrant and diverse city - an education center with over 75 public schools (kindergarten to grade 8) and 13 High schools (grade 9 to 12) as well as being the home of the University of Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon with its four seasons is an exciting and diverse destination with much to offer visitors and residents alike.
www.relocate-canada.com /sk/saskatoon.htm   (342 words)

 Saskatchewan Birding Page
Saskatoon itself is bisected by the South Saskatchewan River and this watercourse attracts a very pleasing mix of birds due to the variety of habitats.
The study-block is located due west of Saskatoon and encompasses an area the extends roughly from Perdue to the east, to Plenty to the west, to Rosetown to the south, and to Spinney Hill and North Saskatchewan River to the north.
Saskatoon is located in the heart of the Canadian Prairies, at approximately 52 degrees north and 106 degrees west, and being in the heart of the central flyway, is a great location for locating migrating geese and ducks as well as both Sandhill and Whooping Cranes.
www.web-nat.com /bic/sask.html   (5531 words)

 City of Saskatoon
The City of Saskatoon's web site is experiencing technical problems on some pages.
Several Saskatoon Transit routes have been detoured due to the closure of College Drive between Central and Preston Avenues.
The City of Saskatoon’s three municipal golf courses (Holiday Park, Silverwood and Wildwood Golf Courses) are in the process of closing for the season.
www.city.saskatoon.sk.ca   (281 words)

 CBC - Canada Votes 2006 - Candidates and Ridings
With the South Saskatchewan River as its western boundary, this riding includes both the northeast section of Saskatoon (between the river and 8th Street East) and a large rural portion northeast and east of the city.
Served as president of the Saskatoon Teachers' Association and as chair of the Saskatchewan Literacy Foundation.
Has been a member of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation executive for seven years and a member the Senate of the University of Saskatchewan since 1994.
www.cbc.ca /canadavotes/riding/236   (687 words)

 Saskatchewan Hotel - Radisson Hotel Saskatoon
Located Downtown on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River, featuring spectacular views of the river valley and cityscape.
Saskatoon’s premier business district, shopping and attractions are just steps away.
Saskatoon’s largest hotel is pleased to feature a variety of guestrooms including; Standard Single and Double Queen, Deluxe Corner Queen, Radisson Business Class King and a selection of Suites with upgraded amenities and jetted soaker tubs.
www.greatcanadianhotels.com /EN/ourhotels/ourhotels_sk_saskatoon_radisson.asp   (182 words)

 SaskatoonScanner.com - LIVE Scanner Audio! Broadcasting Saskatoon Police, Fire & EMS from our Pro 96 Digital Scanner
Saskatoon Police now have the ability to digitally encrypt their communications.
Fire and EMS will not be encrypted as far as we know, but police channels may be silent at times.
We are currently broadcasting Saskatoon Police channel 1, 2, 3, traffic, EMS patch, Fire 1, 2, 3, alarm, MD Ambulance dispatch*, Transit emergency, highway patrol*, RCMP channels*, rural Fire (Swift Current, Prince Albert, more)*, rural EMS*, also some unconfirmed channels.
www.saskatoonscanner.com /live   (353 words)

 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada current local time from WorldTimeServer.com
A comprehensive list of other locations in addition to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada is also available which you can view current time by country name or by city name.
Convert a specific time in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada to the time in a second location
Get a chart comparing the time of day in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada with all of the other locations you are interested in.
www.worldtimeserver.com /time.asp?locationid=CA-SK&city=Saskatoon   (345 words)

 College of Agriculture - Department of Agricultural Economics
The department and college are located at the University of Saskatchewan in beautiful Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The University of Saskatchewan is located on the east bank of the South Saskatchewan River with a population of 200,000.
Saskatoon is located on the edge of the parkland region of the province with mainly grain farming to the south and with gently rolling land, lakes and mixed farming to the north.
www.ag.usask.ca /departments/agec   (338 words)

 Saskatoon Area Apartments for rent Saskatoon Area apartment rentals, Saskatoon Area furnished apartments to rent.
Saskatoon Area Apartments for rent Saskatoon Area apartment rentals, Saskatoon Area furnished apartments to rent.
About Us Sublet.com is a Saskatoon Area apartment rental website that advertises Saskatoon Area apartments, Saskatoon Area roommates, Saskatoon Area houses for rent Saskatoon Area sublets and subleases.
Saskatoon Area housing rentals, apartments, roommates, houses, tenants and landlords have not been verified or evaluated.
www.sublet.com /area_rentals/canada/SaskatoonArea_Rentals.asp   (88 words)

 Marijuana May Grow Neurons in the Brain - CME Teaching Brief - MedPage Today
Explain to patients who inquire that these findings about marijuana are preliminary and the reported neurogenesis does not involve smoked or ingested marijuana but a much stronger synthetic compound delivered to rats.
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Oct. 14 - Advocates for medical marijuana can take heart over the findings of two Canadian research teams.
Kalynchuk, like Dr. Zhang a member of the university's neural systems and plasticity research group, was not part of the research team.
www.medpagetoday.com /Neurology/GeneralNeurology/tb/1934   (776 words)

 Tourism Saskatoon - Welcome to the Tourism Saskatoon Web Site - Front Page
Pet Expo brings breeders, retailers, clubs, and animal care professionals together as a commitment to the continuing education of responsible pet owners.
Events displaying the Culture Shines logo are a proud part of the cultural community of Saskatoon.
This is the place to start your visit to Saskatoon.
www.tourismsaskatoon.com   (351 words)

 Medical and Nursing jobs in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - MedHunters
When you mention the name Saskatoon (or really, any prairie "town"), people invariably think of an unending flat plain of golden wheat.
We have jobs with these employers in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Saskatoon offers culture, an excellent university, and an array of festivals (celebrating everything from trees to Shakespeare) in the midst of the vast expanse of the Canadian prairies.
www.medhunters.com /regions/saskatoonSkCan.html   (159 words)

 Saskatoon Railroad Modellers Home Page
Saskatoon Railroad Modellers at the Western Development Museum - who we are, what we do, and why we do it.
We are a small group of dedicated model railroaders in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Along with the other four members of the Saskatoon Railroad Modellers group, Tom works on the Western Development Museum projects and on the large scale portable BiG railway.
members.shaw.ca /sask.rail   (474 words)

 Knights of Columbus Msgr. Robinson Council 8279 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Our city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has 20 councils, three fourth degree assemblies and one squires circle.
Below is the current time and temperature in Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan State Council has a new website here.
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 Globe of Blogs
So, if I’ve written something on here you can bet your butt it’s funny to me, made me mad, is an expression of love or all of the above.
The ramblings of a girl who's seen too much in her life, and who has a host of very odd friends...
Deals with the changing postmodern culture, his writings, and oddities around the web.
www.globeofblogs.com /?x=location&country=193&page=2   (506 words)

 Current local time in Saskatoon - Saskatchewan - Canada
Current local time in Saskatoon - Saskatchewan - Canada
When can I call/have a meeting with someone in Saskatoon?
Show time difference between Saskatoon time and other time zones
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 Hot Single Girls in saskatoon Hot single men in saskatoon , single women
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