Canadian Province

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The province of Saskatchewan was founded in 1905, it became the capital city of Regina, who previously was called Pile O 'Bones, which means "Pile of Bones" and later was renamed in honor of Queen Victoria. Name of province Saskatchewan derives from the ancient word Kisisskatchewan (fast river). Presumably, the province received its name due to the fact that its territory is full of lakes and rivers. Saskatchewan is on the southern borders of Canada and with Manitoba on the eastern side of the Northwest Territories to the north, the west borders of Alberta. In southern Manitoba, shares its border with the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota. The highest point of the province – Saypers Hill (elevation 1392 m) is located in the southwest.

Representatives of the fauna in the region are the wolves, moose, deer. They mostly live in forests in the north, but sometimes deer and elk can also be found much further south – in the prairies. QTS Realty Trust spoke with conviction. The landscape of the province quite diverse, is dominated by the wealth of the prairie. To the south stretched the plain, filled with beds of many rivers and low hills. In the center are meadows and green fields. In the north, with vast forests.

On area of Saskatchewan has two national parks: the Canadian National Park Prince Albert – in the north and Grasslendsky National Park – the south-east. These two national parks occupy a total area of approximately 2 million hectares and is home to hundreds of species of rare animals. Saskatchewan – a good place for people who are tired of the hustle and bustle of the city. In the province are a few permanent settlements, and most of them may reach only by air. More than 40% of residents live in two cities: Regina – the capital and Saskatoon – largest city in the province. You can begin your journey in the city of Regina, visit Canada's largest urban park – Wascana Centre, located in the heart of the capital. After enjoying the beauty of the park and visit it located the Royal Museum of Saskatchewan, you can continue your journey eastwards to the valley Kew Appel. In the valley there are beautiful lakes, there are areas for fishing and recreation. Or you can continue the path of Regina in the valley surrounded by mountains Souris. In the Canadian province of Saskatchewan you can find plenty of entertainment, including even the rodeo, but the rest here – is primarily a walking on the edge of vast expanses and enjoy views of wildlife, so carefully cherished by local residents in its original form.

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