The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan

 

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 May 26, 1906 - Saskatoon, now the province's largest centre, became a city.

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MacDonald, Alex MacDonald, Jenny MacDonald, Robert MacKenzie Art Gallery MacKenzie, Kristiana MacLaren, I.S. Macdonald, R. Maguire, Constance A. Mamer, Troy (Mendel Art Gallery) Mandel, Ann Mandeville, David Manz, George March, Ann Marchildon, G.P. Marchildon, Greg Marchildon, Gregory Marchildon, Gregory P. Marjan, Richard Marjan, Richard (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Marner, Terry Marschall, Kim Marsden, Guy Marshall, David G. Marshall, Deborah (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan) Martin, Angela Martin, Lee-Ann Martin, Nancy Martz, Diane Marusiak, L. (Saskatchewan Archives Board) Marzolf, Helen Massie, Merle Mathews, Maureen Matthews, A. Patricia Maulé, Peter McBain, Lesley McClatchie, Stephen McClinton, Blair McCormick, John McDonald, Anne McElhinney, Susanne McGovern, Kenneth McGovern, Marcia McGregor, Alicia McGregor, Kirk McGuire, Larry McIlmoyl, Jim McIntosh, Tom McKay McKay, Gordon McKercher, R.B. McKinlay, Ken McKinnon, Don McKinnon, Greg McKinnon, John McLaren, Robert McLennan, David McLennan, David McLennan, David (David McLennan photo) McLeod, Neal McNab, Miriam McNinch, James McVicar, Ray Meier, Leona Mein, Lillian Mein, Stewart Melnick, Charles (Regina Leader-Post) Mendel Art Gallery Messner, Justin Meyer, David Michell, Herman Miles, Leanne Miliokas, Nick Millar, Meg Millar, Ruth Wright Miller, David Reed Miller, Marilyn Millions, Erin Mills, Alan (Tourism Saskatchewan) Mills, Isabelle M. Milne, Courtney Mitchell, George Mitchell, Janet Mitchell, Ken Mitchell, Rosella Mlazgar, Brian Moen, Faye Moffat, Ben Mohr, Jeremy Mombourquette, Duane Moodie, Geraldine Moodie, Geraldine (Parks Canada) Moodie, Geraldine (RCMP Museum, Regina) Mooney, Elizabeth Morgan, Jeremy Morgan, Kim Morris, Edmund (Legislative Building Art Collection, The) Moser, Debra Mountney Moxley, Ross Mui, Theresa Murphy, Kevin Murphy, Michael Museum, Elbow

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