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 Oct 20, 1818 - The border between Saskatchewan and the United States was fixed at the 49th parallel by the second article of the Convention of 1818, signed on this day.


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Aboriginal Health Ahmad, Nahid (1941–) Air Ambulance Altschul, Rudolph (1901–63) Anderson, Mathias S. (1882–1974) Baltzan, David Mortimer (1897– 1983) Baltzan, Marc A. (1929–2005) Barootes, Efstathios William (1918– 2000) Begg, Robert William (1914–82) Blair, Allan Walker (1900–48) Browne, Jean Elizabeth (1885–1973) Burak, William James (1905–76) Calder, James Franklin Archibald (1913–88) Campbell, Angus (1917–2002) Catholic Health Care Cenaiko, Frederick T. (1926–) Chiropractors’ Association Cipywnyk, Dmytro (1927–2003) Cohen, Saul (1921–2008) College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan Community Clinics Complementary / Alternative Medicine Consumer and Doctor-sponsored Medical Care Associations Dagnone, Antonio (1941–) Doctors’ Strike Drug Plan Ellis, Kathleen Wilhelmina (1887– 1968) Fedoroff, Sergey (1925–) Ferguson, Robert George (1883– 1964) Fyke, Kenneth J. (1940–) Fyke Commission, 2000–01 Gerrard, John Watson (1916–) Goodwill, Jean Cuthand (1928–97) Hassett, Yvonne Joan (1933–) Health, Determinants of Health Care Health Economics Health Services Planning Commission, 1944–50 High-energy Cancer Treatment Hjertaas, Orville K. (1917–98) Hodgson, Christine Wilna (1935– 2003) Horlick, Louis (1921–) Horlick, Ruth (1919-) Hospital Auxiliaries Hospital Services Plan Hospitals Houston, Clarence J. (1900–86) Hunt, Talmage Evelyn (1921–2004) Interdepartmental Committee on Medicare, 1959 Jaques, Louis B. (1911–97) Johns, Harold Elford (1915–) Johnstone, Annie (1899–1994) Kendel, Dennis (1946–) Kumar, Krishna (1931–) Landa, Sam (1912–) MacLean, Hugh (1878–1958) MacLeod, Wendell (1905–2001) Malhotra, Lalita (1941–) Maternity Homes Matheson, Elizabeth (1866–1958) Matthews, Vincent Leon (1922–88) McCusker, Emmet Andrew (1890– 1973) McKerracher, Donald Griffith (1909– 70) Medicare Mental Health Services Midha, Kamal Kishore (1941–) Mott, Frederick Dodge (1904–81) Municipal Doctor System Murray, Robert G. (1917–2003) Murray Commission Report, 1988–90 Myles, Margaret Fraser (1892–1988) Northup, Anna (1889-1977) Plains Health Centre, Regina Psychiatric Nursing Rajput, Ali Hussain (1934–) Rao, Kris (1932–2000) Red Cross Outpost Hospitals Regionalization of Health Romanow Commission, 2001–2002 Royal University Hospital Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Saskatchewan Dental Plan Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) Saskatchewan Health Survey, 1949– 51 Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU) Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) Saskatchewan Union of Nurses Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association Schulman, Ann L. (1941–2003) Seymour, Maurice Macdonald (1857– 1929) Sharma, Rajendra Kumar (1942–) Shokeir, Mohammed H.K. (1938–) Sigerist Commission Smith, David Lawrence (1914–83) Social Assistance Health Services Plan Spanish Influenza Epidemic State Hospital and Medical League Steele, Phyllis Lenore (1909–88) Swift Current Health Region Taylor, Malcolm Gordon (1915–94) Thompson Committee (1960–62) Tuberculosis Control Union Hospital and Municipal Hospital Care Plans Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) Valens, John Alexander (1873–1955) Veterinary Medicine Western College of Veterinary Medicine Wolfe, Sam (1923–93) Wyant, Gordon (1914–)
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