Missing Long Lake, Saskatchewan - resolves to Long Lake, Frontenac, Ontario instead
I'm working with some records from the 1926 Canadian Prairie Census. I've come across some records of interest from Long Lake, Saskatchewan. It's actually a census division as I see the census pages are indexed in Long Lake.
However, the actual place name doesn't resolve to Long Lake, Saskatchewan but to Long Lake, Kennebec, Frontenac, Ontario. It's obviously wrong because Ontario wasn't part of the Prairie Census. Apparently Long Lake, Saskatchewan isn't a known place in your database (even though it seems to be a census division).
This example also illustrates what seems to rather random "standardized place" matching. Why was a place in Ontario chosen when it couldn't be found in Saskatchewan? If a place is not found in the jurisdiction where it's expected to be, it would be much more appropriate to just leave it unmatched than to pick up some random place in another part of the world.