Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada, bounded on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota. Its capital is Regina, and its largest city is Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan (along with the rest of Canada) was occupied by the United States after the Great War. During the Second Great War, Canadians in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan joined in the uprising against the United States. The uprising was broken after U.S. threatened to superbomb Saskatoon.
Washington was a province of the North American Union. It was bounded on the west by Albertus, on the north by Hudsonia, on the east by Ontario and Mississippi, and on the south by Hanover. The province was named after George Washington, an early Governor-General of the North American Union.
In 1995 Colonel Thomas Bushell and Captain Samuel Stanley crossed into the province from Albertus on board the Northern Rockies Special on their way to Regina, the provincial capital.
Along with taking up OTL Saskatchewan, Washington also takes up eastern Montana, western North Dakota, and northwestern South Dakota. Also note that the OTL American state of Washington is part of Oregon in the Georges' timeline.