Saskatchewan

A topographic map of Saskatchewan, showing cities, towns, rural municipality borders, and natural features.
Köppen climate types of Saskatchewan
Henry Kelsey observing a herd of bison on the western plains. Kelsey is believed to be the first European to visit Saskatchewan.
The Battle of Batoche was a battle during the North-West Rebellion.
An ad to attract immigrants to Western Canada, 1898
A banquet being held to commemorate the creation of Saskatchewan, 1905
Farmers at work in 1907. The introduction of Marquis wheat saw wheat output soar in the province.
A memorial stone for Ukrainian Canadians interned during the First World War at the Saskatchewan Railway Museum
An equestrian statue of Elizabeth II in Regina. The statue was unveiled by the Queen in 2005.
Population density of Saskatchewan
A PotashCorp mine in Patience Lake. The province is the world's largest exporter of potash.
The Royal University Hospital is one of several hospitals operating in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Legislative Building serves as the meeting place for the province's legislative assembly.
Distribution of Saskatchewan's 466 urban, 296 rural and 24 northern municipalities (2013)
The CanAm Highway near Buffalo Pound Lake
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is a natural history museum based in Saskatchewan.
Mosaic Stadium is the home stadium for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, a professional Canadian football team.
A pond hockey rink set up on Emma Lake
The official tartan of Saskatchewan, created in 1961

Prairie and boreal province in Western Canada, the middle of the three prairie provinces.

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Yorkton

Hudson's Bay Company Store (heritage site)
Yorkton Court House (heritage site)
Yorkton Armoury (heritage site)
Yellowhead Highway near Yorkton

Yorkton is a city located in south-eastern Saskatchewan, Canada.

Montana

State in the Mountain West subregion of the Western United States.

Early Indian treaty territories in Montana
Assiniboine family, Montana, 1890–91
Montana Territory in 1865
Chief Joseph and Col. John Gibbon met again on the Big Hole Battlefield site in 1889.
Buffalo Soldiers, Ft. Keogh, Montana, 1890. The nickname was given to the "Black Cavalry" by the Native American tribes they fought.
Mennonite family in Montana, c. 1937
Map of Montana
Relief map of Montana
Saint Mary Lake in Glacier National Park
Belly River in Waterton Lakes National Park
Missouri Breaks region in central Montana
Pompeys Pillar National Monument
Quake Lake was created by a landslide during the 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake.
Temperature and precipitation for Montana's capital city, Helena
Köppen climate types of Montana, using 1991-2020 climate normals.
Clark Fork River, Missoula, in autumn
Missoula, the second-largest city in Montana
Montana population density map
Population of Montana 1870–2018
Indian reservations in Montana. Borders are not exact.
Montana ranks 2nd nationally in craft breweries per capita.
First Interstate Center, in downtown Billings, is the tallest building in Montana.
Dancers at Crow Fair in 1941
Montana State Bobcats football at Bobcat Stadium (Montana State University), Bozeman
Lone Mountain at Big Sky Ski Resort
The Big Sky Resort
The Palisades area on the north end of the ski area at Red Lodge Mountain Resort
Guided snowmobile tours in Yellowstone Park
Yellowstone Airport, West Yellowstone, Montana
Treemap of the popular vote by county, 2016 presidential election

It is bordered by Idaho to the west; North Dakota and South Dakota to the east; Wyoming to the south; and by the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan to the north.

Swift Current

Halifax Provisional Battalion fording a stream near Swift Current, District of Assiniboia, 1885
Lyric Theatre in downtown Swift Current
Swift Current Museum

Swift Current is the fifth largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

North Battleford

Library Clock as seen from Central Park
A residential street in North Battleford
Pioneer village at the Saskatchewan Western Development Museum in North Battleford
Allen Sapp Gallery
NationsWest Field House interior
North Battleford Civic Centre

North Battleford is a city in west-central Saskatchewan, Canada.

Lloydminster

Barr colonists in 1903
The flags of Saskatchewan and Alberta flanking the flag of Canada in Lloydminster
Oil and Gas plaque at the Barr Colony Heritage Cultural Centre

Lloydminster is a Canadian city which has the unusual geographic distinction of straddling the provincial border between Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Northwest Territories

Federal territory of Canada.

Köppen climate types in the Northwest Territories
Members of the Coppermine expedition caught by a storm in Coronation Gulf, August 1821
Map of the North-Western Territory and Rupert's Land, 1859
A proclamation concerning the formation of the North-West Territories, from recently transferred territories to the Canadian government
Sign for an eye clinic in Yellowknife with all 11 official territorial languages
Aerial view of the Diavik Diamond Mine in the North Slave Region
Nahanni National Park Reserve, one of several national parks and reserves in the Northwest Territories
The chamber of the Northwest Territories Legislative Building
Administrative regions of the Northwest Territories
A snow fort at the annual Snowking Winter Festival in Yellowknife
Dempster Highway, south of Inuvik
Entrance to Yellowknife Airport, the largest airport in the territory

The Northwest Territories is bordered by Canada's two other territories, Nunavut to the east and Yukon to the west, and by the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan to the south, and may touch Manitoba to the southeast (historic surveys being uncertain) at a quadripoint including Nunavut and Saskatchewan.

Canadian Prairies

Region in Western Canada.

The northern short grasslands (WWF terminology) shown here on a map of North America in green, is a type of true prairie (grassland) that occurs in the southern parts of the Prairie Provinces.
Palliser's Triangle, delineating prairie soil types in the Prairie provinces
A canola field in the Qu'Appelle Valley in Southern Saskatchewan.
The Alberta badlands

It includes the Canadian portion of the Great Plains and the Prairie Provinces, namely Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan

Lieutenant Governor Amédée E. Forget in his office at Government House, 1898
Standard of the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan from 1906 to 1981
The Vice Regal Standard over the Saskatchewan Legislative Building at the Installation of W. Thomas Molloy

The lieutenant governor of Saskatchewan is the viceregal representative in Saskatchewan of the, who operates distinctly within the province but is also shared equally with the ten other jurisdictions of Canada, as well as the other Commonwealth realms and any subdivisions thereof, and resides predominantly in oldest realm, the United Kingdom.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

Federal democratic socialist The following sources describe the CCF as a democratic socialist political party:

CCF founding meeting, Calgary, 1932
Federal CCF Caucus, in 1942 with new leader M.J. Coldwell. Left to right, Tommy Douglas, George Castleden, Angus MacInnis, Coldwell, Clarie Gillis, Joe Noseworthy, Sandy Nicholoson, and Percy Wright.
Four past and future National Chairmen in September 1944: National CCF delegation attending the Conference of Commonwealth Labour Parties in London, England. Pictured from left to right: Clarie Gillis, MP for Cape Breton South; David Lewis, National Secretary; M. J. Coldwell, National Leader, MP for Rosetown—Biggar; Percy E. Wright, MP for Melfort; and Frank Scott, national chairman.
"Towards the Dawn!" – a 1930s promotional image from Saskatchewan

and social-democratic political party in Canada. The CCF was founded in 1932 in Calgary, Alberta, by a number of socialist, agrarian, co-operative, and labour groups, and the League for Social Reconstruction. In 1944, the CCF formed the first social-democratic government in North America when it was elected to form the provincial government in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Party

The Saskatchewan Party is a centre-right political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.