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- proper n. A native or inhabitant of the the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Dean Shareski, educational technology guru and fellow Saskatchewanite, recently prepared a digital keynote for the Flat Classroom Project.
"We're a smaller province, population-wise, obviously, and everyone takes pride in claiming you as being a Saskatchewanite," said Holland, whose BlackBerry has been bursting with messages all week.
At 43, the Premier is being touted - in discreet circles, at least - as the kind of populist dark horse who could lift a lagging federal party to a majority government - the same trick fellow Saskatchewanite John Diefenbaker performed more than a half a century ago.