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 Mar 26, 1885 - A government force under Superintendent Crozier was defeated by Metis forces in the North West rebellion, led by Gabriel Dumont at the Battle of Duck Lake.

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Painters’ Strike of 1912 Palliser and Hind Expeditions Palliser Triangle Papen, Marie-Antoinette (1907–89) Parker, Reginald John Marsden (1881–1948) Parrish and Heimbecker Grain Company Partridge, Edward Alexander (1861– 1931) Pasqua (1828–89) Pasqua First Nation Patrick, Thomas Alfred (1864–1943) Patterson, Cecil Frederick (1892– 1961) Patterson, William John (1886–1976) Pawson, Geoffrey (1938–2012) Pawson, Ruth (1908–94) Peace Activism Peacock, Albert E. (1901–83) Pearsall, Victor (1915–) Pederson, Martin Peder (1921–2001) Pedigreed Seed Industry Peepeekisis First Nation Pelican Pelican Lake First Nation Pelican Narrows Pelly Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada Perehudoff, William (1919–) Perley, William Dell (1838–1909) Perreault, Wilf (1947-) Persephone Theatre Personal Property Security Act Peter Ballantyne Cree First Nation Peter Chapman First Nation Peter Pond Lake Peters, Earl (1910–93) Petit, Claude (1935–) Petterson, Ida M. (1912–99) Pettick, Joseph (1924–) Pezer, Vera (1939–) Pheasant’s Rump Nakota First Nation Phelps, Joseph (1899–1983) Phillips, R.H.D. (Bob) (1921–2006) Phillips, Roger (1939–) Philom Bios Inc. Phosphate Inoculant Piapot (1816–1908) Piapot Cree First Nation Pic Investment Group Inc. Pilot Butte Pinder, Ross (1918–2004) Pinder Family Pine, Grace Davis (1910–2002) Pineland Co-operative Strike Pink, William (fl. 1766–70) Pinsonneault, Roland A. (1913–2002) Pioneer Grain Company Pioneers Pioneers, Female Pipe Ceremony Pipits Place Names Plains Health Centre, Regina Plant Diseases Plant Root Simulator Playwrights Podiluk, Walter (1927–2006) Pohorecky, Zenon S. (1928–98) Poitras, Edward (1953–) Polish Settlements Political History of Saskatchewan Political Science Pond, Peter (1739–1807) Ponteix Poole Construction Population Trends Populism Porcupine Plain Portage la Loche Porteous, George (1903–78) Portnall, Francis Henry (1886-1976) Pos Pilot Plant Post-secondary Education Libraries Potash Industry Potter Clubb, Sally (1917–92) Poultry Breeds Poultry Farming and Industry Poundmaker Ag-ventures Poundmaker (c. 1842–86) Poundmaker Cree First Nation Prairie Centre For Ecumenism Prairie Conservation Action Plan Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration (PFRA) Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration (PFRA) Shelterbelt Centre Prairie Pimples Prairie Rubber Corp. Prairie Swine Centre Prairies Pratt, Charles Cowley (1816–88) Precambrian History Preeceville Prehistoric Art Prehistory, Northern Saskatchewan Prehistory, Southern Saskatchewan Prekindergarten Program Presbyterians Price, George Lawrence (1892–1918) Priestly, Isabel M. (1893–1946) Prince Albert Prince Albert National Park Prince Albert Police Service Prince Albert-Red Deer Forks Trail Private Vocational Schools Privatization Proglacial Lakes Progressive Party Prohibition and Temperance Pronghorn Provincial Parks Prudhomme Trucks Ltd. Psychiatric Nursing Psychology Public Art Public Libraries Public Service Commission Puhl, Terry (1956–) Pulse Crops and Industry
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