Saskatchewan (English, French: Saskatchewan) is the first-level administrative region of Canada with its capital in Regina, Saskatchewan was established in 1905 and is known as the Prairie Provinces, along with the neighboring provinces of Alberta and Manitoba. Saskatchewan has always been known for its agriculture and livestock production and is an important breadbasket for Canada. Because it is inland, the province is relatively dry, and its humidity decreases from northeast to southwest. The climate is more extreme than any other province in the country due to the influence of the Rocky Mountains: temperatures can reach as high as 45°C (118°F) in the summer and as low as -56.7°C (-149.21°F) in the winter due to the southward flow of Arctic air. Historically, Saskatchewan's economy has been primarily agricultural. This is because it is part of the Great Plains region. The province's crops are mainly wheat, but also include others such as canola, oats, barley, and peas. In terms of livestock, Saskatchewan's beef cattle industry is second only to Alberta in size. Oil and gas are also second only to Alberta in the country. Although exploration results show that there are currently abundant oil and gas reserves within the province. For the most part, the province does not plan to exploit them immediately for a variety of reasons.
Saskatchewan has 27 school divisions. There are 18 public school divisions, eight separate Roman Catholic school divisions and one Conseil scolaire fransaskois.
K-12 Public School Districts
·Chinook SD 211 (Swift Current)
·Good Spirit SD 204 (Yorkton)
·Ile a la Crosse SD 112 (Île-à-la-Crosse)
·Lloydminster SD 99 (Lloydminster)
·Northern Lights SD 113 (Beauval)
·Prairie South SD 210 (Moose Jaw)
·Prairie Valley SD 208 (Regina)
·Saskatchewan Rivers SD 119 (Prince Albert)
·South East Cornerstone SD 209 (Weyburn)
· First Nations University of Canada (Regina, Saskatoon, and Prince Albert)
· St. Thomas More College (Saskatoon)
· Luther College (Regina)
Saskatchewan separates tax rates into two categories: GST+PST, federal tax 5%, provincial tax 6%, the total is 11%.
3.Leisure & travel
Saskatchewan is known for some of Canada's most beautiful national parks, Aboriginal historical landmarks, and great outdoor adventures. For outdoor enthusiasts, head to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park for camping, fishing, hiking, zip-lining, kayaking, skiing, or golfing; or experience whitewater rafting on the Churchill River and Saskatchewan's highest Nistowiak Falls. if you want to experience Dead Sea similar to Israel, then be sure to visit Little Manitou Lake and enjoy floating unsinkable in the lake.
If you're an animal lover, then Grasslands National Park is the place to be, where you can get up close to bison, burrowing owls, eagles, antelope, and black-tailed marmots. This area presents a unique view of the North American prairie.
Canada is known to be home to hundreds of ancient Aboriginal communities that have survived the test of time for thousands of years and are still alive today. One of the most famous is Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a gathering place for the Northern Plains First Nations. With a history of over 6,000 years and the longest-running archaeological dig in Canada. It's a great opportunity to immerse yourself in ancient human culture by exploring spire-filled tents, stone mounds, broken pottery, and animal bones.