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|CFRK-FM 92.3 (Fred FM) Fredericton, New Brunswick||Rock||Canada|
|CBC Music - R&B / Soul||R&B||Canada|
|CILV-FM 88.5 (LiVE 88.5) Ottawa, Ontario||Rock||Canada|
|CBC Radio 3||Indie Rock||Canada|
|CFXJ-FM (FLOW 93.5) Toronto, ON||R&B,Hip Hop||Canada|
|CHRL-FM 99.5 (Planète) Roberval, Quebec||Adult Contemporary,Talk||Canada|
|CIDG-FM 101.9 (Dawg FM) Ottawa, Ontario||Blues||Canada|
|CIMG-FM 94.1 (Eagle 94) Swift Current, SK||Rock||Canada|
|CBC Music - Piano||Classical||Canada|
|CIOC-FM 98.5 (Ocean 98.5) Victoria, BC||Soft Rock||Canada|
|CFXW-FM 96.7 (The Rig) Whitecourt, Alberta||Rock||Canada|
|CIBX-FM 106.9 (Capital FM) Fredericton, New Brunswick||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|C-VUE 105.9 FM||Varied,Oldies,Pop||Canada|
|CHTO-AM 1690 Toronto, Ontario||Varied||Canada|
|CBC Music - Canadian Songwriters||Varied||Canada|
|CIGB-FM 102.3 (NRJ) Mauricie, Quebec||Pop||Canada|
|CJLD-FM 93.1 (The One) Leduc, AB||Country||Canada|
|CBC Music - Hip Hop||Hip Hop||Canada|
|Abacus.fm My Friend Irma||Oldies||Canada|
|RDI, le Reseau de l'Information||Varied||Canada|
|CJFM-FM 95.9 (Virgin 96) Montreal, Quebec||Varied,Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CJMV-FM 102.7 (NRJ) Val-d'Or, Quebec||Pop||Canada|
|CBC Music - Mansbridge On Music||Varied||Canada|
|CFGL-FM 105.7 (Rythme FM) Laval/Montreal, QC||Adult Contemporary,Pop,Adult||Canada|
|CJNB-AM 1050 North Battleford, SK||Country||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Classical Guitar||Classical||Canada|
|CFBK-FM 105.5 (Moose FM) Huntsville, Ontario||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|Radio Jivan Janch||Religious||Canada|
|CIJK-FM 89.3 (K-Rock) Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia||Classic Rock||Canada|
|RR Radio: Vancouver (BC) Railroad||Talk||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Africa||World Africa||Canada|
|CFWD-FM 96.3 (Wired 96.3) Saskatoon, SK||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CBC Music - Adult Alternative||Alternative,Adult||Canada|
|CIBU-FM 94.5 (The Bull) Wingham, Ontario||Rock,Classic Rock||Canada|
|CKYC-FM 93.7 (Country 93) Owen Sound, ON||Country||Canada|
|Radio Maria Toronto||Religious||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Folk||Folk||Canada|
|Calm Radio: Christmas||Christian Contemporary||Canada|
|CJOT-FM 99.7 (Boom 99.7) Ottawa, Ontario||Oldies||Canada|
|CIDI-FM 99.1 Lac-Brome, QC||Varied||Canada|
|CKJH-AM 750 (CK750) Melfort, SK||Classic Rock||Canada|
|Abacus.fm Renaissance Lute||Classical||Canada|
|CFBG-FM (99.5 Moose FM) Muskoka, ON||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKNX-FM 101.7 (The ONE) Wingham, Ontario||Adult Contemporary,Pop||Canada|
|CKBW-FM 98.1 (South Shore Radio) Bridgewater, NS||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CHFI-FM 98.1 Toronto, ON||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKPM-FM 98.7 Port Moody, BC||Adult Contemporary||Canada|
|CKRA-FM 96.3 (Capital FM) Edmonton, Alberta||80s,70s,60s||Canada|
|Pure Rock Radio||Rock,Classic Rock||Canada|
Produced by http://abcofilm.com/ for http://tuliptv.com/. TulipTV meets Steve McLellan, CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce. Mr. McLellan speaks about the great industries of Saskatchewan: potash, mining, the manufacturing sectore reflects the computer-technology as well as traditional agricultural industries. Many people from all over the world, including the Netherlands, now call Saskatchewan their home and workplace.
A visit to the Fort Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce's Farmers' Market is the next best thing to harvesting your own fresh produce! It takes place every Thursday from 4:30 - 7:30 pm at the CN Station June through September. The City of Fort Saskatchewan is located 15 minutes north east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Established as a city in 1906, Saskatoon is Saskatchewan's largest city. Known today as "The City of the Bridges," much of the city's appeal comes from the river running through it, capped with a network of trails, promenades and parks. A busy hub of commerce and industry, and home to many high tech and mining companies, Saskatoon is a cultural oasis with professional and amateur theatre groups and art galleries, and where history and agricultural bounty are celebrated through festivals and public displays.
A short video showing the many different events and fundraisers that the Agros do throughout the year. Check out the Agros Website www.uofsagros.com
No longer anybody's home, Gouverneur does not hinder with offers of commerce the passage of trains.
The final round of competion for the personal finance section at the saskatchewan business teachers association 2016 case competition in saskatoon - may 5th and 6th. Thank you to our sponsors: Paul J. Hill School of Business http://www.uregina.ca/business/hill/ Edwards School of Business http://www.edwards.usask.ca/ Conexus Credit Union https://www.conexus.ca/Personal/ Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce http://www.saskchamber.com/
Steve McLellan, CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, explains how the Global Transportation Hub has added the infrastructure necessary to support trade and make it easy for businesses in that sector to get started. .
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission and Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission Steve McLellan, CEO, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, “The Impact of Rail Access on Saskatchewan Export Potential” Mr. McLellan will recap a recent report commissioned by the Saskatchewan Chamber of commerce. The recommendations will be highlighted as well as the importance of ensuring the rail supply chain is as fluid as possible will be discussed.”
We travel to the northern boreal forest of Saskatchewan, Canada to explore Prince Albert National Park with a talented group of Instagrammers. Check out their links below! VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. SUBSCRIBE for New travel videos every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers CHECK SASKATCHEWAN: http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/ FOLLOW JOE: https://instagram.com/ioegreer/ FOLLOW MADISON: https://instagram.com/madisonbosworth/ FOLLOW SCOTT: https://instagram.com/othellonine/ FOLLOW TINA: https://instagram.com/bittadesign/ VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. WEB: http://www.vagabrothe...
YYZ to YQR for two days to visit my cousin before heading off to YXE! What else I'm up to - Instagram: http://instagram.com/itsmic Snapchat: mikaleahcim Music - DJ Grumble: https://soundcloud.com/gbeats SLik d: https://soundcloud.com/slikdizzle
http://ultramodern-home.ru HOTELS - http://ultramodern-home.ru/hotels/ 11 Top Tourist Attractions in Saskatchewan (Canada): Batoche National Historic Site, Cypress Hills, Fort Carlton Provincial Park, Fort Walsh National Historic Site, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert National Park, Qu'Appelle Valley, RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina, Saskatoon
http://ultramodern-home.ru Top Tourist Attractions in Regina: Travel Guide Canada Government House, Legislative Building, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, Regina Floral Conservatory, Regina Globe Theatre, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Wascana Centre Park
Welcome to Saskatchewan! Often known as an incredibly flat province, nothing could be further from the truth. With lush boreal forests and pristine lakes in the North to prairie landscapes and badlands in the South, Saskatchewan is the perfect place for outdoor lovers to explore. We drove a pontoon boat around Lake Waskesiu, learned about the province's first nations at Wanuskewin Heritage Centre, and went for a float in Canada's version of the dead sea. We also toured the RCMP Heritage Centre, witnessed the RCMP sunset ceremony, climbed a massive sand dune, and hiked through one of the few remaining natural grasslands in North America. We packed a lot of adventures into our short visit and can't wait to return one day and explore the province further. We explored Saskatchewan from July...
This week we explore Saskatoon - the largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada. Follow us to cutting-edge restaurants, craft distilleries, bespoke cobblers and a live concert by The Roots at the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival. For more info check : http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/ FOLLOW JOE: https://instagram.com/ioegreer/ FOLLOW MADISON: https://instagram.com/madisonbosworth/ FOLLOW SCOTT: https://instagram.com/othellonine/ FOLLOW TINA: https://instagram.com/bittadesign/ SUBSCRIBE for New travel videos every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. Winners of My Destination's global travel-video competition "The Biggest, Baddest, Bucket List" which paid us to tra...
SINP - Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program for CANADA IMMIGRATION [ Hindi ] How to fill out SINP Application Form Online at Home ? PART 2 https://youtu.be/N6nHHbHJuwg For More Information Please Visit Our Website: http://www.brainblowing.com/saskatchewan-express-entry/ Also like our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/brainblowin/ More Videos : 1. Canada Job Bank: How to apply for jobs in Canada - Apply Now! https://youtu.be/ldCMf-vQR5o 2. Study Abroad for Free in Germany, Argentina, Greece, Finland & Norway https://youtu.be/WLwOACr8NOg 3. QnA#2 - All Weekly Questions and Answers on Nova Scotia Immigration, Intra Company Work Permit https://youtu.be/9ieahB5dG-Q 4. Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program 2017: How to apply for the MPNP https://youtu.be/A-Ek0rcP...
http://ultramodern-home.ru Top Tourist Attractions in Saskatoon: Travel Guide Canada Saskatoon Western Development Museum 1910 Boomtown, Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo, University of Saskatchewan, Meewasin Valley, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory, Ukraianian Museum of Canada, Diefenbaker Canada Centre
A little tongue in cheek about Saskatchewan Highway, actually showing the lesser travelled highways with more scenery we like to travel
Saskatchewan has a lot to offer. But how do you actually go about selling the province as a tourist destination? That's the job of Mary Taylor-Ash, the CEO of Sask Tourism. She moved here four years ago, fresh off the experience of helping to build a highly successful campaign in Newfoundland and spoke with Sheila Coles on the Morning Edition today. http://www.cbc.ca/1.4022671 Credit Interviewer: Sheila Coles Thumbnail picture courtesy: Gail Kesslar
Meet Lonely Planet's travel editor, Robert Reid. Robert has berry-picked, beer-swilled and biked his way around Canada, in a quest to explore the country like a local. Robert explores the life of First Nation peoples, adopts a new favourite drinking game and answers the age-old question 'What is a Saskatoon?' Keep Exploring: http://www.keepexploring.jp Join us on Facebook and Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/CanadaExplore http://www.twitter.com/CanadaExplore Video content provided by Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet has produced this video for the Canadian Tourism Commission. The Canadian Tourism Commission has had no influence over its content. The views expressed are those of Lonely Planet, told without fear or favour.
Please watch: "😝Kracie Popin' Cookin' Happy Kitchen Sushi たのしいケーキやさん How to Make Sushi Candy Making Kit!😝" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gGHXoO9bpw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This video shows Regina, Saskatchewan from one side of the city to the other, following the main street, Albert Street. Regina is home to the RCMP, The Saskatchewan Roughriders, and was the hanging place of Louis Riel. The bridge that you see us driving over is in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the longest bridge over the shortest body of water. That bridge is also part of Regina's Green Mile. This video was done in August of 2014. The street looks completely different in the winter. Have a look at the beauty that this city has to offer. This is one of many travel videos you will see from us. Enjoy! Regi...
Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid signs up to be a 'Mountie' for the day in Regina, Saskatchewan, and discovers some truths about the Canadian icon: the red jackets are rarely worn, horses haven't been part of training for over 40 years, and it's harder than it looks.