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to the Warsaw Ghetto'', Paikin won the "Silver Screen Award" at the U.S. International Film and Video Festival, as well as receiving awards at the Yorkton Film Festival in Saskatchewan and at China’s Shanghai Film Festival. birth_date WikiPedia:Yorkton,_Saskatchewan Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Saskatchewan Localities Y Yorkton


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depicting historic personalities. Historic sites Army Navy and Air Force Veterans Building, Dulmage Homestead


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) Naturalism Biography Thagard was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan in 1950. He is a graduate of the Universities of Saskatchewan (University of Saskatchewan), Cambridge (University of Cambridge), Toronto (University of Toronto) (Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in philosophy, 1977) and Michigan (University of Michigan) (M.S. in computer science, 1985). He was Chair of the Governing Board of the Cognitive Science Society 1998–1999


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Gallery Godfrey Dean Cultural Centre 49 Smith Street East. Telephone +1 306-786-2992. The Godfrey Dean Art Gallery is the only professionally-operated public art gallery within a 100 km radius of Yorkton. It curates, exhibits and promotes the work of local, provincial and national contemporary artists who address issues affecting the Yorkton region. The Dean opens exhibits in its two galleries about every six weeks. It also opens its doors to the cultural and artistic programming of local


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, Bill Barry, Wilson, Michael encyclopedia Atlas of Saskatchewan Celebrating the Millennium title Natural Vegetation accessdate 2009-01-21 edition Millennium year 1999 publisher University of Saskatchewan location Saskatchewan isbn 0-88880-387-7 pages 130–131, 84–85, 63, 56 The Yorkton area was located on the edge of an area of a maximum glacial lake. The quaternary

. Fung encyclopedia Atlas of Saskatchewan title Natural Vegetation of Saskatchewan accessdate 2009-01-24 edition year 1969 publisher University of Saskatchewan location Saskatoon, SK, CA pages 51, 76–77, 70–71 quote Climate Yorkton has a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification ''Dfb (Humid continental climate#Dfb Dwb Dsb: Warm summer subtype)''), with extreme seasonal temperatures. It has warm summers and cold winters, with the average daily temperatures ranging from WikiPedia:Yorkton,_Saskatchewan Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada Saskatchewan Localities Y Yorkton

Yorkton

'''Yorkton''' is a city located in south-eastern Saskatchewan, Canada, about 600 km north-west of Winnipeg and 300 km south-east of Saskatoon.

As of 2011 the census population of the city was 15,669. Yorkton has had a growth rate of 4.2% since 2006.

Yorkton was founded in 1882 and incorporated as a city in 1928. The city is bordered by the RM of Orkney No. 244 (Orkney No. 244, Saskatchewan) to the west and the RM of Wallace No. 243 (Wallace No. 243, Saskatchewan) on the east.

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