Immigrant Settlement Handbook

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Saskatchewan German Council - Projects
... Settlements in Saskatchewan The Settlements in Saskatchewan project involved the publication of maps giving graphical representations of the ... The settlement information was taken from a 1990 graphic drawn by H ... SGC Immigrant Settlement Handbook In the face of the growing number of German speaking immigrants to Saskatchewan, and the growing need for immigration and settlement assistance, the Saskatchewan ...

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