Prairie Provinces

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Prai·rie Provinces

The Canadian provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
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Prairie Provinces

pl n
(Placename) the Canadian provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, which lie in the N Great Plains region of North America: the chief wheat and petroleum producing area of Canada
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Prai′rie Prov′inces
the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, in W Canada.
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Legumex Walker has 15 processing facilities strategically located in key growing regions in the Canadian Prairie Provinces, the American Midwest, and China, global sales, logistics, and distribution platform and access to multimodal transportation capabilities.
In millennia long past, a vast swath of grassland swept down the center of North America, from Canada's Prairie Provinces down to central Texas.
They met in Winnipeg and drove west across the Canadian Prairie Provinces visiting and collecting artifacts from a number of First Nations Reserves along the way.
You can be sure that 99 per cent of Canadians of Ukrainian origin have also not heard of him and do not consider him to be a hero, and that includes Wayne Gretzky, Bank of Canada Governor Steven Poloz, the former premiers of the three Canadian prairie provinces, a governor general, a member of the Supreme Court of Canada, some great farmers, doctors and business people, and many Ukrainian hockey players in the NHL.
"Agcapita funds directly hold unlevered, diversified (operator, crop and geography) portfolios of farmland in the highly price competitive Canadian prairie provinces. Agcapita seeks to capture the returns from farmland investments in the most pure and non-volatile fashion - hence the lack of such volatility increasing features as crop sharing, input credit provisions, leverage etc.
as it was known, mushroomed, expanding into Quebec, the Prairie provinces and the southern United States, where it developed oil fields.
(2) Some of the pieces in White's collection include unique content from the Canadian Prairie provinces. Seventy-five pieces have been identified to date that have connections to the prairies either through place of publication, or through subject matter.
We collapsed some regions together due to small sample size: the Atlantic provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador), the Territories (Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon) and two Prairie provinces (Manitoba and Saskatchewan).
The prairie provinces can provide excellent spring hunting opportunities.
When you head into the centre of the country, the blog reads, in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the number of Indigenous children living in poverty jumps to 60 per cent, and it suggests that efforts to combat these "appalling" rates need to be focused in the Prairie provinces. Number 3 reason is that Indigenous children trail with every measurement taken, in educational attainments, water quality, infant mortality and homelessness, among other things.
Preference will be given to research specific to the Jewish experience in the urban centers and rural communities of the Canadian Prairie Provinces.

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