U of S Lands South Management Area

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U Of S Lands South Management Area, Saskatoon - Location
... U of S Lands South Management Area is located within the University Heights Suburban Development Area ... It is bounded by College Drive to the north, 14th Street to the south, Circle Drive to the east, and Cumberland Avenue to the west ... only other road of note is Preston Avenue, which roughly bisects the area University of Saskatchewan MA University of Saskatchewan MA Sutherland Varsity View College Park U of S Lands South ...

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