The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan

 

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 Jul 20, 1905 - The Saskatchewan Act, creating the new Province of Saskatchewan, received royal assent.

Contributions

Contributions By: Holden Stoffel

Alexander, John F. (1942-) Anderson Cart Baker, Mary (1918- 2003) Barnardo Children Barr Colony Bennett Buggy Bentley Brothers: Douglas (1916- 72), Maxwell (1920-84) Boldt, Arnold (1957-) Brown, George William (1860-1919) Cameron, Earl (1915-2005) Cannington Manor Catherwood, Ethel (1908-87) Clarke, Bill (1932-2000) Cleveland, Reggie (1948-) Crozier, Leif Newry Fitzroy (1846- 1901) Currie, Gordon (1923-) Dewar, Phyllis (1916-61) Dojack, Paul (1914-2007) Donison Brothers: Lee (1928-), Danny (1932-), Sebastian “Butch” (1937-) Duck Lake, Battle of Dust Bowl Duwors, Maureen (1938-) Folk, Rick (1950-) 14th Canadian Hussars Genereux, George (1935-89) Gillies, Clark (1954-) Goulet, Joanne (1935-) Hall, Glenn (1931-) Howe, Gordie (1928-) Hunter, William Dickenson (1920- 2002) Jackson, William Henry James, Gerry (1934-) Jewitt-Filteau, Nancy (1962-) Jones Konihowski, Diane (1951-) Korean War Lancaster, Ron (1938-2008) Lawson, Patricia (1929-) Le May Doan, Catriona (1970-) McNab, Archibald Peter (1864-1945) McNab, Hilliard (1916-90) Melenchuk, James Williams (1953-) Mitchell, Marjorie (1948-83) Mueller, Margaret (1942-) Munroe, Hugh Edwin (1878-1947) Murray, Athol (1892-1975) Newlands, Henry William (1862- 1954) Puhl, Terry (1956-) Reed, George (1939-) Regional Economic Development Regional Parks Richardson, Ernie (1931-) Ritchie, Alvin Horace (1890-1966) Saskatchewan Legislative Building Saskatchewan Summer School of the Arts Schmirler, Sandra (1963-2000) Scrip 77 Field Battery Shore, Edward William (1902-85) Singer, Stacy (1977-) Sintaluta Case, The 16th Medical Company 60 Battery (Aneroid, Saskatchewan) 64 Field Battery Snow Roller 38 Canadian Brigade Group Trottier, Bryan (1956-) Wall, Brad (1965-) Walton, Dorothy (1909-81) War Memorials Wickenheiser, Hayley (1978-) Wiebe, John E.N. (1936-2007) Williams, Lynn (1960-) Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)

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provided by Western Economic Diversification Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan.
University of Regina Government of Canada Government of Saskatchewan Canadian Plains Research Center
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