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 May 25, 1913 - The first Gopher Day in Saskatchewan was held. Medals were awarded to school children who killed the most gophers.

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Aberdeen ABERNETHY Aboriginal Artists, Contemporary Aboriginal Artists, Traditional Aboriginal Education Aboriginal Education Policy Aboriginal Fishing Rights Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Health Aboriginal Hunting Rights Aboriginal Justice Aboriginal Justice Enquiry Aboriginal Languages Aboriginal Media Aboriginal Peoples and the World Wars Aboriginal Peoples of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Population Trends Aboriginal Reserve Agriculture to 1900 Aboriginal Spiritual Healing Lodge Aboriginal Theatre Aboriginal Treaty Rights Aboriginal Veterans Aboriginal Writers Abrahamson, Cal (1930–) Accutrak Acoose, Paul (1885–1978) Adams, Howard (1921–2001) Adams, Nancy (1908–98) Adaskin, Murray (1906–2002) ADMIRAL Adult Basic Education Adult Education in Northern Saskatchewan Adult Education in the Co-operative Movement Advanced Technology Industry Agar, Charles (1882-1961) Agricultural Implement Industry Agricultural Marketing Agricultural Markets and Trade Agricultural Policy Agricultural Regions Agriculture and Food Agriculture Canada Research Stations Agronomy Agudas Israel Synagogue / Jewish Community Centre Ag-West Biotech Inc. Ahenakew, David (1933–) Ahenakew, Edward (1885–1961) Ahenakew, Freda (1932–2011) Ahmad, Nahid (1941–) Ahtahkakoop (c. 1816–96) Ahtahkakoop First Nation Air Ambulance Air Defence Stations Air Force Memorial-Saskatchewan Air Pollution Air Ronge Air Seeders Air Transport, National and International Alameda Albertville Alexander, John F. (1942–) Algae Allan Allen, Hilda Buckley (1906–86) Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Atists (ACTRA) Almighty Voice (1875–97) Alsask Altschul, Rudolph (1901–63) Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) American Dipper American Federation of Musicians American Immigration Amphibians Anderson, James Thomas Milton (1878–1946) Anderson, Mathias S. (1882–1974) Anderson Cart Andreychuk, Raynell (1944–) Andrusyshen, Constantine Henry (1907–83) Anglican Church of Canada ANGUISH, DOUGLAS KEITH (1950-) Apostolic Church Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Aquaculture Arborfield Arcand, John (1942–) Archaeological Heritage, Management of Archaeology Archaeology, History of Archer, John (1914–2004) Architectural Influence Architecture Archives Arcola Argue, Hazen Robert (1921–91) Armstrong, Grace (ca. 1867–1960) Arnold, Gladys (1905–2002) Art, Visual Arts and Culture Aseltine, Walter Morley (1886–1971) Asquith Assiniboia Assiniboine River Association Culturelle Franco-Canadienne Association of Translators and Interpreters of Saskatchewan (ATIS) Association of United Ukrainian Canadians Astroblemes Athabasca Sand Dunes Athol Murray College of Notre Dame Atkinson, Isabel (1891–1968) Atkinson, Patricia (1952–) Atkinson, Robert Roy (1924–) Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) Automated Teller Machines Automobiles Autonomy Bills (1905) Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple Society Aviation AXWORTHY, CHRISTOPHER (1947-) Azevedo, E.N. (Ted) (1916–2004)
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