I've been struggling with this all day and can't seem to get anywhere, even with the help of other forum posts. I'm pulling vector data from the canadian gis system, and loading it into QGIS. That works all fine and dandy and I'm darn near enjoying playing around with the maps. The problem I have is that I cannot seem to create an accurate 1km square grid.
Generally it seems that a interval of around 0.1 or less is the only way to even have gridlines show up on the screen. I'm doing this both through the print composer and using the research tools -> vector grid methods. Both work exactly the same. From what I understand, living in Saskatchewan I need the UTM 13N projection, so that's what I've been using.
Anyone have any ideas what I might be doing wrong?