a reputation as a progressive and strong community. Facilities on-reserve include the Kopahawakenum School (K-4), a health clinic, an elders building, an administration building, a bank, a community hall, a community church, a health office, a radio station, a youth centre, infrastructure maintenance compound, daycare, a hockey arena, gas station and convenience store. The community hosted the 2003 Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games, as well as their first annual Powwow in 2005. The Flying
industries all support Meadow Lake which boasted seven grain elevators in 1955. Meadow Lake was processing three million bushels of grain in 1953, the highest amount for a single Canadian community. Currently the city's heavy industry is dominated by the primary forestry industry and related service companies, including trucking and forestry management companies. The forest companies include NorSask Forest Products Inc., Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Ltd
. Rawlinson had a fascination for radio broadcasting, and in 1946 he purchased CKBI (CKBI (AM)) in Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), and soon after became chairman of his own company, Rawlco Communications. The company has since acquired prominent radio and television stations in Prince Albert, North Battleford, Meadow Lake (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan), Saskatoon, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), Edmonton and Calgary. * Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Meadow Lake
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of Education programs are offered by the University of Regina. In the spring of 2005, the Government of Saskatchewan invested CA$ (Canadian dollar)41,000 to upgrade the roof at Jonas Samson Junior High School.
Nation, which directly borders the town, owns and operates many of the city's most profitable industries, including direct ownership of NorSask Forest Products Inc., a portion of the Meadow Lake OSB Partnership, stakes in local trucking and service companies, and a sizeable farming operation which is currently limited to leasing the vast amounts of local property they own or have title on. The community’s agricultural community is also sizeable, including both cereal production and ranching
of Commerce. This is located coming into town on highway #4 South. Meadow Lake Provincial Park, located about 40 km to the north, takes its name from the city. Meadow Lake Lions Regional Park, Nesset Lake Recreation Site and Saint Cyr Hills Trails Recreation Site are neighbouring conservation areas.
Dust First Nation has developed several business partnerships to increase its business portfolios to Property Development, Oil & Gas & Forestry. It manages a Farming, Sand and Gravel Operation. Flying Dust is a treaty land entitlement band with the capability of purchasing 22,000 more acres of land. The Flying Dust has a long-standing partnership with the town of Meadow Lake and they have worked jointly on several major projects in the region over the last few decades.
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'''Meadow Lake''' is a city located in north west Saskatchewan, Canada about north of North Battleford. title Driving Directions from North Battlefor, SK, CA to Meadow Lake, SK, CA publisher MapQuest, Inc. url http: www.mapquest.com maps?1c North+Battleford&1s SK&2c Meadow+Lake&2s SK accessdate 2009-09-09 On November 9, 2009, it officially became Saskatchewan's 14th city. author Government of Saskatchewan title Meadow Lake Becomes Saskatchewan's 14th City url http: gov.sk.ca news?newsId e523f362-175c-4276-90a2-1d72c5e5eeb3 accessdate 2009-08-31
Meadow Lake is the main business centre in northwest Saskatchewan and serves the many towns and villages as a regional shopping centre. It is the second-largest community in Saskatchewan's Census Division No. 17 (Division No. 17, Saskatchewan), after Saskatchewan's portion of the interprovincial city of Lloydminster. Incorporated as a city on November 9, 2009, Meadow Lake became the 14th city in Saskatchewan. The city borders the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake No. 588 (Meadow Lake No. 588, Saskatchewan) and the Flying Dust First Nation No. 105 (Flying Dust First Nation) reserve (Indian reserve)s.