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Full name: Saskatoon
Province: Saskatchewan
Population (the surrounding area): more than 0.75 million people..
Area: 450 sq km
The Canadian city of Saskatoon is located in central Saskatchewan, on the banks of the River South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon’s population exceeds two hundred thirty-three thousand people and it is the most populous city of the province. Until the mid-eighties of the last century, the city was the capital of Saskatchewan, and then gave this status Regina city.
Very often, Saskatoon was referred to as the “City of Bridges”. This name is associated with the seven river crossings in the city, because of which it is also called the “Paris of the Plains.” The name “Saskatoon” comes from the word «misaskwatomina», which is translated from the Cree language means delicious sweet berry that grows in the area.
Also, the city has other nicknames. For example, ”s Toontown “, gained popularity in the late eighties of the last century after the picture” Who Framed Roger Rabbit »,« S’toon », which is a reduction from the old nickname Saskatoon” Center City “and” City of POW “in which «POW» means wheat, oil and potash.
The first permanent settlement on the site of Saskatoon was the settlement of Methodists of Toronto, established in one thousand eight hundred and eighty-third year. He headed the first settlers, John Lake and they arrived here, traveling from Ontario by train and getting to the first Mauz Zhou, and then in the place of the city’s founding. But the official birthday of the city is considered the previous year, when it was identified location for the settlement.
The city created a great scientific and research base, which helps to carry out research in the fields of agriculture and biotechnology. At the University of Saskatchewan Isotope Laboratory works, studies environmental and climate change around the world. These studies are important not only for Canada but also for the whole world.

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