Saskatchewan River


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Saskatchewan River

A river of south-central Canada formed by the confluence of the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers in central Saskatchewan and flowing eastward to Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba. It is about 1,940 km (1,205 mi) long from the head of its longest tributary.
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Additionally, good flows on the Saskatchewan River system are anticipated in 2018 due to an above average snowpack throughout the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
I know of no more beautiful sight for a city than the towns of Edmonton and Strathcona on either side of the great Saskatchewan River, destined to become one great city.
Designed by Toronto architects KPMB and housing a permanent collection of more than 8,000 objects--including a comprehensive collection of Picasso's linocuts and major works by contemporary indigenous artists--the building is a masterpiece, encompassing four cantilevered copper-clad boxes overlooking the South Saskatchewan River.
Informed by this revisionist scholarship, this article explores the uses of Christianity and missionaries by Plains Cree leaders in the area of the North Saskatchewan River valley between the late 1850s and the early 1870s.
Calgary-based Husky Energy notified the Saskatchewan government July 21 that about 200,000 liters of crude oil and other material had leaked into the North Saskatchewan River from its pipeline near Maidstone, forcing the city of North Battleford to shut down its water intake plant.
Heavy oil and diluent leaked from a 19-year-old pipeline in Husky's Saskatchewan Gathering System, flowing into the North Saskatchewan River, which supplies water to several communities in the western Canadian province.
The heavy oil and diluent leaked from Husky's Saskatchewan Gathering System pipeline Thursday, flowing into the North Saskatchewan River, which supplies drinking water to several communities in the western Canadian province.
Since the Landing was a much-used crossing point on the South Saskatchewan River, this trail provides a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived and traveled here.
In Alberta, the eastern boundaries to such a Blackfoot homeland extended from areas of the North Saskatchewan to Nose Hill (just to the south of the Ribstone River, a tributary of the Battle River), through the hills along Sounding Creek and the South Saskatchewan River, to the central plains "oasis" of the Cypress Hills, and beyond into present-day Montana.
The same effect has been found in a number of Canadian waterways that receive municipal wastewater: Wascana Creek in Saskatchewan, the South Saskatchewan River in Alberta and the Grand River in southwestern Ontario.
It likewise issued high stream flow advisories for streams and rivers in the Bow, Oldman, Milk and South Saskatchewan River basins.

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