The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan

 

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 May 23, 1925 - The Girl Guides of Saskatchewan was organized.

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Early Childhood Development Programs Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education Training Eastend Eaton Internment Camp Eatonia Ebenezer Economic Structure of Saskatchewan Communities Economics and Development Economy of Saskatchewan Ecozones and Ecoregions Edmunds, Frederic Harrison (1898– 1965) Education Education, Home-based Education in Saskatchewan Timeline Egnatoff, John G. (1914–) Elbow Eliason, Frank (1883–1956) Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan Elk Point Sea Elkin, Hub (1916–2008) Elliott, Moses (1854–1939) Elliott, Robert Lawton (1928–) Elliott, Robert Wilson (1830-1912) Ellis, Kathleen Wilhelmina (1887– 1968) Ellison, Alban Cedric (1889-?) Elrose Emblems of Saskatchewan Embury, John Fletcher Leopold (1875-1944) Emergency Social Services Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus Employment Supports and Services Energy-efficient Houses English River First Nation English Settlements Ens, Gerhard (1863–1952) Environmental Protection Legislation Epp, William Harold (1930–95) Erasmus, Peter (1833–1931) Esterhazy Esterhazy, Paul (1831–1912) Estevan Estevan Coal Strike Estevan Police Service Estey, James Wilfred (1889–1956) Estey, Willard (1919-2002) Eston Ethnic Bloc Settlements Evangelical Free Church of Canada Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Evangelical Mennonite Conference Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference Evans, Arthur “Slim” (1890–1944) Evans, Lyle (1907–92) Exploration Trails Explorers Extra-parliamentary Politics Eyre, Ivan (1935–)
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