Prairie Provinces

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Prairie Provinces,

Canada: see ManitobaManitoba
, province (2001 pop. 1,119,583), 250,934 sq mi (650,930 sq km), including 39,215 sq mi (101,580 sq km) of water surface, W central Canada. Geography
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; SaskatchewanSaskatchewan
, province (2001 pop. 978,933), 251,700 sq mi (651,903 sq km), W Canada. Geography

Saskatchewan is bounded by the Northwest Territories (N), Manitoba (E), North Dakota and Montana (S), and Alberta (W).
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; AlbertaAlberta
, province (2001 pop. 2,974,807), 255,285 sq mi (661,188 sq km), including 6,485 sq mi (16,796 sq km) of water surface, W Canada. Land and People

Alberta is bounded on the E by Saskatchewan, on the N by the Northwest Territories, on the W by British
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The history of natural history museums is traced from Henry George's private museum established in Innisfail in 1893, and the Calgary History and Arts Museum, established in 1911, to the Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, the pre-eminent museum on the Canadian prairies in the 1960s.
Storied Landscapes documents the narratives and memorials of several groups that settled on the Canadian prairies in the late nineteenth century.
I analysed NHL data from 1980 to 2007 for 737 professional players born in the Canadian prairies.
The second chapter, "Pinay Migration," contextualizes Filipino women's immigration within the economic, political, and sociocultural background of the Philippines, and summarizes the characteristics of the Filipino global diaspora, and initial settlement in the Canadian Prairies.
Throughout her book, Bonifacio explicates the challenge the Filipino women faced in the Canadian prairie regions, including discrimination based on their "racialized profile"--the racial identity that is ascribed to Filipinos in Canada.
The final chapter offers potential ways forward founded in structural changes and decolonization led by Indigenous communities and illustrates how Aboriginal street gangs connect to the lives of all of us who live on the Canadian prairies.
Jamie Duininck, Prinsco's vice-president of sales said, "Our company vision is to provide industry-leading solutions for agricultural efficiency and water quality, which is critically important in the Canadian Prairies .
The descendants of Goodman, a Russian immigrant to the Canadian Prairies, had been unaware of the book's existence.
Emily Eaton, an assistant professor of geography at the University of Regina, provides a detailed account of the successful resistance to the introduction of GM wheat on the Canadian prairies in the early 2000s, and offers a valuable reminder that issues of farm sovereignty and food security are still present in the Canadian context.
Recorded primarily in old wooden churches and home studios across the Canadian prairies, the album shines a bright light on Luft's skill at turning personal heartbreak into universal themes that resonate deeply with listeners.
He addresses the eras of the Cold War, the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the country's post-Mao transformation, Canadian relations with China, the cultural influences of the overseas Chinese community on the Canadian Prairies, and more.
The explanation is a one-word answer about six hours into the first day of their road trip through the Canadian prairies en route to the Minneapolis airport: "Saigon.

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