SK Introduction

Saskatchewan province is the fifth largest province in Canada, with a total area of 650000 square kilometers. It is characterized by flat and broad terrain. On the vast plains of Saskatchewan Province, there are many rivers, lakes and swamps. Although SK province is larger than most European countries, it is sparsely populated, with only more than 1.1 million residents. Regina and Saskatoon, the two major cities, each have a population of more than 200000. Regina is the capital of the province. The urban design matches the great plain model, and the streets are square. Climate characteristics the climate here is relatively dry, and there are great differences among regions. The average temperature is 25 ℃ in summer and – 25 ℃ in winter. Although the winter is colder, it has plenty of sunshine, which is one of the areas receiving the most sunshine in North America.

Saskatchewan province is one of the regions with rapid economic development in Canada in recent years. It is a world-famous “bread basket”. It owns nearly half of Canada’s agricultural land, and the agricultural output value accounts for 15% of Canada’s agricultural output value. Exports are the most important pillar of the province’s economy. It is the world’s largest exporter of potassium salt (accounting for 49% of world exports), wheat (25%), flaxseed (42%), beans (24%) and mustard (29%). Its exports of oats, pigs, agricultural sowing machinery and other products also rank among the top three in the world.