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North Saskatchewan:

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river, c.340 mi (550 km) long, formed by the confluence of the North Saskatchewan (c.760 mi/1,220 km long) and the South Saskatchewan (c.550 mi/890 km long) rivers near Prince Albert, central Sask., Canada; the system drains most of the Canadian prairie provinces.
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North Saskatchewan

a river in W Canada, rising in W Alberta and flowing northeast, east, and southeast to join the South Saskatchewan River and form the Saskatchewan River. Length: 1223 km (760 miles)
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The arrival of missionaries in the North Saskatchewan River valley coincided with a series of economic and diplomatic crises for the Plains Cree that directly influenced how missionaries organized their work and how Cree responded to them.
The construction of the new North Saskatchewan River bridge officially broke ground on July 19.
Edmonton's recently formed Mercury Opera presented Puccini's Il tabarro during the city's Fringe Festival mid-August, staging the piece on the Edmonton Queen riverboat and the riverbank where it was moored on the North Saskatchewan River.
The lawn in front of the Schwemann Hall is the perfect spot to gaze out over the North Saskatchewan River valley.
Much of the town is built on a hill that slopes south and west towards the North Saskatchewan River.
It sails the North Saskatchewan River three times a day from Tuesday to Thursday with two leisure cruises and one dinner cruise.
Set in Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River valley, four futuristic glass pyramids contain more than 700 species of plants from all corners of the world.
Set in Edmonton's scenic North Saskatchewan River valley, four futuristic glass pyramids contain more than 700 species of plants from all corners of the world.
And a beaver once felled a tree across a road near our house alongside the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton.
This year may be the last for John Ducey Park, a quirky, 59-year-old, 6,200-seat ballpark near the North Saskatchewan River and a few blocks from downtown Edmonton.
The project includes 17 miles of six- and eight-lane divided roadways, nine interchanges, two road flyovers, eight rail crossings, and 46 bridge structures, including two bridges across the North Saskatchewan River.

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