Essay of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is one of the provinces of Canada. The limits of Saskatchewan are: The North West Territories to the north, Manitoba to the east, Alberta to the west and the United States to the south (1). The estimated population is about 1, 038, 018 people, so it is not very popular. Its Lieutenant Governor proclaimed the act of legislature that assented the flag of Saskatchewan on September 22, 1969. The official flower of Saskatchewan is the Prairie Lily it was established as the official flower in 1941. The Saskatchewan Natural History Society suggested the flower to a special committee, which had been set up to consider the matter. The official bird is the ...view middle of the document...
Saskatchewan has monuments such as:
1. Edward Gibney Sculptor in Saskatoon (5).
One of the largest cities of Saskatchewan is Saskatoon; Saskatoon has a population of 222,189. The Saskatoon area has been inhabited for at least 8,000 years. Buffalo kill sites, teepee rings and a medicine wheel can still be seen today and form an important link with the past.
The first European to set foot on the northern prairies was Henry Kelsey, a fur trader and explorer who arrived in 1690. Anthony Henday was the first European known to have passed through the Saskatoon area, in 1754 (6).
Another one is the capital Regina; Regina is the second largest city. It has a population about of 200,000 people. The Rural Municipality of Sherwood surrounds this city. Regina was established in 1882 when it became clear that Edgar Dewdney, the lieutenant-governor of the North-West Territories, eschewed the previously established and considered Battleford, Troy and Fort Qu’ Appelle, as the territorial seat of government (7).
Other main city is Prince Albert; Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan. It is situated in the Centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. It has a population of 42,673.
The city is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is the last major Centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan.
The first white man to travel through the area that is now Prince Albert was Henry Kelsey in 1692. The first establishment in the area, from which it would eventually derive its name. The city itself is located in a transition zone between the aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. The Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461 and the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491 border Prince Albert (8).
The last city is Moose Jaw; Moose Jaw is a city in south-central Saskatchewan. It has a population of 35,629 people. The intersection of the Moose Jaw River and Thunder Creek was...