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    Meadow Lake is situated in a territory pre-generally covered by a huge chilly lake additionally called Meadow Lake (Saskatchewan) shaped from a retreating mainland icy mass, of which just a part actually exists. The lake is situated on the east side of the city. The old lakeshore frames the Meadow Lake Escarpment, a critical landscape highlight obviously noticeable looking south from numerous focuses in the city. This city also has movers services Meadow Lake which help companies to move around Canada.

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    The territory is a piece of the Southern Boreal EcoRegion with the Northern Boreal EcoRegion toward the north and the Parkland EcoRegion on the south. The neighboring provincial zones incorporate Trembling aspen Populus tremuloides, White tidy Picea glauca, Jack Pine Pinus banksiana, Black Spruce Picea mariana and muskegs.

    Explicitly Meadow Lake is arranged in the Meadow Lake plain of the Boreal progress ecoregion in the Boreal Plain ecozone.

    Meadow Lake encounters a subarctic atmosphere (Köppen atmosphere arrangement Dfc) that misses the mark concerning being named a Humid mainland atmosphere (Köppen Dfb). The most noteworthy temperature ever recorded in Meadow Lake was 38.0 °C (100.4 °F) on 27 June 2002. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −51.7 °C (−61 °F) on 8 January 1930. A record snowfall happened November 16, 1984, with 19.4 centimeters (7.6 in) and a record 57.8 millimeters (2.28 in) of downpour fell May 17, 1984. A record snowfall profundity was recorded February 22, 1997, when 58 centimeters (23 in) was estimated. January 11, 1986, was freezing with wind blasting to 104 kilometers (65 mi) every hour. The humidex was set at a high of 40.4 on August 10, 1991, and the contrary outrageous was felt with a −55.8 windchill on December 20, 1989.

    Meadow Lake is served by Transition Place Education Center, Carpenter High, Jonas Samson Junior High, Lakeview rudimentary, Jubilee Elementary, Gateway Elementary, and North West Regional College, which offers courses at both the school and college levels. College courses, including total, network based Bachelor of Education and Master of Education programs are offered by the University of Regina.