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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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He started out as an Air Cadet, spending four years with the 17 Yorkton Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. He received his commission from the Canadian Armed Forces in 1985 and served as an officer for more than 21 years, during which time he served in various officer positions, including Commanding Officer of 752 Ed Campbell Squadron and 633 Kamsack Squadron.
CURLING: Eve Muirhead - forced to settle for silver at last week's European Championships in Denmark - starts the defence of her Canadian Open title against Calgary's Chelsea Carey in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, next week.
There isn't a great deal to see along Highway 10 between Regina and Yorkton, Saskatchewan. From the air, the region looks like a series of postage stamps of brown and emerald green agricultural fields that are neatly dissected by unpaved roads that run as straight as plumb lines.
She was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, daughter of the late John L.
Bell is regional manager for Regional Housing Operations, Southeast office, located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Father Gallagher, originally from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, has taught at Saint Michael's College in Toronto, Saint Joseph's College and Newman Theological College in Edmonton, and, most recently, at the University of St.
For details, call Camp Grayling owners Ken or Clint Maduck at 1-866-455-4488, or write 35 Laurmor Bay, Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada S3N 3MI; www.campgrayling.ca.
Those golden hay stacks cast in bronze are the reason filmmakers from across the country make the trek to Yorkton, Saskatchewan, each spring.
I'm originally from Yorkton, Saskatchewan, and I joined the Canadian Forces in June of 1987.
"I didn't see how else I was going to ever get out of Yorkton, Saskatchewan."