The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan

 

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 Sep 19, 1947 - The Briercrest Bible Institute obtained the Caron Aerodome and converted it from an airport to a college.

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C.J. Houston and C.S. Houston Cadham, Joan Eyolfson Calder, Robert Calhoun, Peter J. Cameron, Barb Cameron, Delee Cameron, J. (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Campbell, Anne Campbell, Claire Canada Post Corporation Canadian Light Source Canadian Plains Research Center Canadian Plains Research Center Mapping Division Cape, Barbara Carleton University Carline, Gerry Carlsen, Svein Carlson, Gary Carlson, Phyllis Carlson, Ron Carlyle, W.J. Carter, Sarah Chabun, Will Chandler, W. David Channing, Linda Chapco, Ellen J. Chapco, William Chaput, John Charabin, Nadine Chevalier, Terry (Regina Leader-Post) Chin, Gail Chisholm, Doug Chopik, Patrick Christensen, David A. Christensen, Deanna Christensen, R.W. (Saskatchewan Arts Board) Churchbridge Historic Society Châtlain, Harvey Cipywnyk, Paul City of Yorkton Archives Classen, Henry L. Clemence, Verne Climax Community Museum, The Cline, Heather Close, Patrick Coleman, Daniel Coleman, Terence Collins, Michael Collins, Sister Anne Communications Office Photograph Collection. , University of Regina Archives and Special Collections 89-49: (Photographer: Audio-Visual Services, Reference No. 78-108-29.) Comrie, John Coneghan, Damian Coneghan, Daria Coneghan, Kane L. Conway, Karen Cooney, Douglas L. Cooper, Carol Cormier, Judy Corporation, Saskatchewan Housing Cotcher, Maryanne Cote, Mark Coteau Books Cottrell, Michael Coulman, Bruce Cousins, Brian Crawford, R.D. Crevier, Charlene Crone, Ray Crowe, Brenda Cuming, Ronald C.C. Cuthand, Doug

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