answersLogoWhite

0

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is one of Canada's prairie provinces. Its most populous city is Saskatoon, but its capital city is Regina.

500 Questions

What timezone is Katar in?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Katar is located in the Arabian Standard Time (AST) timezone, which is UTC+3.

Where is geothermal energy found?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Geothermal energy is found in regions where there is volcanic activity or tectonic plate boundaries. These locations typically have hot rocks relatively close to the Earth's surface, allowing for the extraction of heat to generate electricity or for direct use in heating applications. Countries like Iceland, the United States, and New Zealand have significant geothermal energy resources.

How old do you need to be to babysit?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

well... it really depends on how responsible you are, NOT how old you are.......but normally you should be a teenager.

well i know a girl that is 11 and responsible and people already asked her to babysit for them welll can she babysit at 11 in Canada ? and the corse is like 4 months until she actually turns 12 so could she ?

I think most people allow people at least 12 to baby-sit, but yes, it does depend on your responsibility.
You can be a mothers helper at 11 or 12. It depends on the children. I started babysitting at 11 with 3 kids. It all depends on responsibility. Young baby sitters get payed less. At 13 my auntie babysat an 8 year old so i think you should take some classes just to prove that you are trustworthy enough to look after other peoples offspring. Even your own brothers and sisters. You should make sure to keep the kids in you sight at all times and don't spend most of your time on the phone!! Hope this helped

What is the area code for Yorkton Saskatchewan?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

The country code and area code of Saskatchewan, Canada is 1, (1+)306.

In what years have the roughriders won the grey cup?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Saskatchewan has never played Calgary in the Grey Cup. Because of the crossover playoff rule, it is now possible to have a "West vs. West" Grey Cup but it has never happened. Perhaps you are thinking of the Ottawa Rough Riders, who Calgary defeated to earn their first Grey Cup in 1948.

How many people play sports in Canada?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

It is estimated that more than half of people in Canada play sports on some sort of level. This means that there are nearly 20 million Canadians playing sports.

How far is Portland OR from Regina SK?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

It is 1,119 miles according to Google Maps.

What are the bodies of water in Saskatchewan called?

User Avatar

Asked by ToriE

What are the bodies of water in Saskatchewan called? Knee Lake

What does the name Saskatchewan mean?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Saskatchewan, the province in Canada, was named for the Saskatchewan River. Saskatchewan is taken from the Cree word "kisiskāciwani-sīpiy" meaning swift flowing river. The Cree language is the most spoken native language in Canada and many place names have their origins in the Cree language.

What are goods that are being transported?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Chocolate peanuts

What are some fun facts about Saskatchewan?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

The national flower is the Western Red really. and the National animal is the white tailed deer

Does Saskatchewan have mountains?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

No, Saskatchewan does not have any mountains. The landscape is flat with few trees and is called the prairies. Northern Saskatchewan is all forests and Southern Saskatchewan is flat land.

Distance from Alberta to Saskatchewan?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

The distance from Alberta to Saskatchewan is about 30 feet, as the two provinces are right beside each other.

Why is Saskatchewan so cold?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

calgary is so cold because it is on a really high hill.I live in calgary and it aint that warm.my dad wants to move it is so cold and i want to too but my mom is like no no were not moving because all are family lives here and i dont want ot leave them bla bla bla

Why is Saskatchewan's capital named Regina?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

Regina means "female ruler" (or Queen) in Latin. When Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, passed through the unnamed capital in 1882 she decided to name it Regina after her mother, Queen Victoria, who was the reining monarch at the time.

What time is it in Saskatoon BC?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

It is 3:14 pm look at the look on your computer if it is not Febuary 27th

The line of latitude that separates Alberta and Saskatchewan from the Northwest Territories?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

The 60th parallel of latitude separates Canada's four western provinces from the territories, hence the term 'north of sixty.'

What kind of things are manufactured in Saskatchewan?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

There are many items that are manufactured in Saskatchewan. Some of these items include farming equipment, scales that are used by the trucking industry, and automobile accessories.

When did the CN tower get built?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

It was built in 1973, started on February 6,1973, topped off on April 2, 1975.

What is the minimum wage in Saskatchewan in 2012?

User Avatar

Asked by Wiki User

The minimum wage is Saskatchewan is $10.00/hour.

This was most recently changed on 2012 December 1.