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 Jun 25, 1876 - Sitting Bull and his followers fled to the Wood Mountain Area of what is now Saskatchewan after their victory at the Battle of Little Big Horn.

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Fafard, Joseph (1942–) Falcons Families Farm Labourers Farm Machinery and Equipment Farm Movement (1901–49) Farm Organizations Farmer Labour Teacher Institute Farming Farmstart Corporation and the Agricultural Credit Corporation Farrell Racette, Sherry Federal Grain Ltd. Federated Co-op Refinery and Newgrade Upgrader Federated Co-operatives Limited Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) Fedoroff, Sergey (1925–) Fedorowich, Rudy (1906–2002) Fedoruk, Sylvia Olga (1927–) Female Employment Act Feminism: Consciousness and Activism Since the 1960s Ferguson, Robert George (1883– 1964) Ferguson, Robert R. (1917–) Ferranti Packard 6000 Ferries and Barges Fidler, Peter (1769–1822) 15 Wing, Moose Jaw 15 Wing Air Reserve Flight, Moose Jaw 5th (Western Cavalry) Battalion Figure Skating Film, Video, and New Media Film Loan Services for Schools Finches Fines, Clarence Melvin (1905–93) Finnish Settlements First Nations Bank of Canada First Nations Economic Development First Nations Governance First Nations Intergovernmental Relations First Nations Land Claims First Nations Religion: Overview First Nations University of Canada First Nations Women in Saskatchewan Fish Creek, Battle of Fishes of Saskatchewan Fishing, Commercial Fishing Lake First Nation Flag Flax Fleming Fleming, Robert James Berkeley (1921–76) Flexi-Coil Floods and Flood Control Flowering Plants Flycatchers Flying Dust First Nation Foam Lake Folk, Rick (1950–) Follicular Waves Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation Food Processing Industry Food Retailing and Wholesaling Football Forage Crops Forest Fringe Settlement Forestry Forests Forget, Amédée Emmanuel (1847– 1923) Fort a la Corne–Cumberland House Trail Fort Carlton-Green Lake Trail Fort Carlton-Touchwood Trail Fort Ellice–Wood Mountain Trail Fort Pitt Fort Qu’Appelle Fort San Fort Walsh 49th Parallel 46th Canadian Infantry Battalion, CEF Fossil Record 406 Squadron, RCAF 4-H Clubs Fournier, Marguerite (1919–2000) Fournier, Pearl (1907–82) 14th Canadian Hussars Fowke, Edith Fulton (1913–96) Francis Francis, Emile (1926–) Franciscan Sisters of St. Elizabeth (OSE) Francophones Franklin, Sir John (1786–1847) Free Methodist Church Freight Swings French and Métis Settlements French Education in Saskatchewan French Immersion Education French Settlements Frenchman River Frenchman’s Butte, Battle of French’s Scouts Friggstad, Olaf (1921–) Frog Lake Massacre Fruit Industry Fur Farming and Industry Fur Harvesting Fur Trade Fur Trade Posts Fyke, Kenneth J. (1940–) Fyke Commission, 2000–01
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