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Geographic Names reflect the culture and heritage of the province and its people, from earliest times to present day. Today, there are approximately 14,000 official names of populated places, geographic features, parks, and reserves in Saskatchewan, including nearly 4,000 named under the GeoMemorial Commemorative Naming Program.
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