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North Saskatchewan River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (355 words)
The North Saskatchewan River (French: rivière Saskatchewan Nord) is a glacier-fed river flowing east from the Canadian Rockies to central Saskatchewan.
The river begins above 1,800 metres at the toe of the Saskatchewan Glacier in the Columbia Icefield, and flows southeast through Banff National Park alongside the Icefields Parkway.
From the Saskatchewan boundary, the river flows southeast past North Battleford and on towards Saskatoon.
South Saskatchewan River Project (4679 words)
The population of Moose Jaw grew from 1,500 to 14,000 and Regina grew from 2,300 to 30,000.
When construction of a dam on the South Saskatchewan River was first considered, there was doubt that such a high dam on the river could be economically constructed because of the weakness of the geologically young Bearpaw Shale underlying the area.
When the South Saskatchewan River Project was conceived, vast areas that might benefit through irrigation were identified along the proposed reservoir, in the Qu'Appelle River Basin and in areas northeast and northwest of the project.
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