Central Saskatchewan is not as populated as the south part is.
On the east side the border area is the Last Mountain Lake, on
the west the Towns of Melville and Yorkton and then the Manitoba
border. The south limit of Central East Saskatchewan is the area
north of Regina all the way to Esterhazy and the north goes to
Melfort and the south boundary of Pasquia Hills. The north-east
part of Central East Saskatchewan is more deserted then the rest
of this area. The main resources here is the agriculture with
several Provincial Parks being the magnet for tourists and visitors.
From here one have an easy access to the great lakes of Manitoba.