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Provincial Government
  Premier  Scott Moe 1 20 +57.38%
  SK Legislative Assembly  Saskatchewan Party 0 20 +57.38%
  SK House of Commons  Conservative Party 0 21 +100.00%
 SK Senate   
  Lieutenant Governor  W. Thomas Molloy 0 18 A +100.00%
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Party Leadership
  Buffalo Party Leader  Wade Sira 0 20 +100.00%
  Liberal Party Leader  Robert Rudachyk 0 20 +100.00%
  New Democratic Party Leader  Ryan Meili 0 18 +10.27%
  Progressive Conservative Party Leader  Ken Grey 0 18 +54.00%
  Saskatchewan Party Leader  Scott Moe 0 18 +7.75%

% Of Total VotesOfficeSaskatchewan WinnerYrSaskatchewan Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
4.14% House of Commons   Conservative Party 21 14 100.00% +64.79%

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Northwest Territories, Canada  
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Established 00, 0000
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedCampari_007 October 22, 2012 08:04am
Description Saskatchewan is the middle province of Canada's three prairie provinces. It joined Confederation on September 1, 1905.

Saskatchewan is (approximately) a quadrilateral bounded on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota. It is one of only two provinces that are completely land-locked.

The population of the province is 985,386 as of July 1, 2006. It is the sixth-largest province by population. Most Saskatchewanians live in the southern half of the province.

The largest city is Saskatoon, followed by the province's capital, Regina. Other major cities include Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current, North Battleford, Estevan, and Weyburn. Lloydminster is a very unique city that straddles the Saskatchewan-Alberta border. It has a population of 23,635, of which 15,487 (65.5%) live in Alberta and 8,148 (34.5%) live in Saskatchewan.

The current Premier of Saskatchewan is Hon. Brad Wall, Saskatchewan Party. The current Lieutenant Governor is Hon. Gordon Barnhart.

The province's name comes from the Saskatchewan River, whose name comes from its Cree designation: kisiskāciwani-sīpiy, meaning "swift flowing river".

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Pty Amount % Yr Chg As Of Contributor
SP 27,125 66.91% +0.00% Mar 03, 2018 M@
NDP 13,414 33.09% -246.17% Mar 03, 2018 M@


Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Nov 07, 2011 09:00am Nov 07, 2011 08:00pm General Election Saskatchewan Provincial General Election  Scott³ 
Apr 04, 2016 09:00am Apr 04, 2016 08:00pm General Election Saskatchewan Provincial General Election  IndyGeorgia 
Oct 26, 2020 10:00am Oct 26, 2020 09:00pm General Election Saskatchewan Provincial Election  IndyGeorgia 

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Sep 24, 2010 01:45am General Sask. politicians opt for Apple over Berrys  Article Penguin 
Jul 06, 2009 07:00pm Proposed Legislation Same-sex couples could hear 'no' from Saskatchewan marriage officials  Article Monsieur 
Aug 29, 2007 08:25am News Sask. Party outraged by NDP's 'porn' TV ad  Article Monsieur 
Jun 13, 2007 03:50pm Announcement Sask. will sue over equalization: [Premier Lorne] Calvert  Article Monsieur 
Jul 29, 2005 11:00am News Anti-john lawn sign generates controversy  Article Ben 
Nov 06, 2004 12:00am News Saskatchewan court rules definition of marriage unconstitutional  Article User 215