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August 11, 2016


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Steve King

Thanks for pointing this out. I admit to being fooled by the article's title. I also didn't know Saskatoon had 7 coworking spaces.

I was in Edmonton and Calgary last year. I wish I had stopped by Saskatoon.

Shannon Richards

You have an error on the CBC link for Saskatchewan. The article was discussing the open house held at the Two Twenty. That coworking space was indeed the first for the province, but it has been open for over 5 years now. Saskatoon alone boasts 7 coworking spaces.

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