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Yorkton,

city (1991 pop. 15,315), SE Sask., Canada, NE of Regina. It is a railroad center and has large stockyards, warehouses, a flour mill, brick and cement plants, and a farm-implement plant.
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Caption: (From left) Yorkton Family Resource Centre representative Kim Gelowitz and Parkland College's essential skills regional facilitator Kim Kyle-Zwirsky, along with students Lucille Lerat, Cynthia Shingoose and Jackie Gambler, look on as Delphine Shingoose displayed the contents of one of the book bags.
Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP were assisted in the homicide investigation by RCMP Major Crimes Unit South, Forensic Identification Section, Yorkton Traffic Reconstructionists, Yorkton Police Dog Service, the Regina General Investigation Section and the Office of the Chief Coroner.
"This creates a wonderful opportunity for teachers to make connections between school and home." (Redleaf Press: 10 Yorkton Court, St.
There is a big sign in front of the Yorkton Union Hospital.
A STORY OF FAMILY AGAINST THE backdrop of a career as a Harlem Globetrotter was the big winner at this year's Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival.
The gaming authority operates four casinos owned by Saskatchewan First Nations: the Gold Eagle Casino in North Battleford; Bear Claw Casino m White Bear, Painted Hand Casino in Yorkton and the Northern Lights Casino in Prince Albert.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Harmonic Inc will combine its TRANsend digital headend with OpenTV's interactive television server system to deliver an interactive television service to subscribers of IMAGE Wireless Communications, a multipoint multichannel distribution system (MMDS) provider in Yorkton, Canada.
The First Nations are able to access flood recovery services offered by the province, which opened regional recovery centres in Carnduff, Moosomin, Grenfell, Esterhazy, Balcarres and Yorkton. The province has requested a $100 million advance on disaster relief from the federal government, which is the same amount Saskatchewan received after the 2011 flooding.
Primary health care learning sites will also be in Yorkton, Lloydminster, Leader, Moose Jaw, Fort Qu'Appelle and Whitecap Dakota First Nation.
After several experiments involving schools in Regina, Saskatoon, and Yorkton, cost analysis by the school boards has not shown much financial benefit.