The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan

 

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 Jul 20, 1997 - First Saskatchewan portion of Trans Canada Trail opened at Douglas Provincial Park. At 15 000 km, it will be the longest trail of its kind in the world.

Contributions

Contributions By: Christian Thompson

Ahenakew, Freda (1932-2011) Ahtahkakoop First Nation Barclay, Byrna (1940-) Beardy's and Okemasis First Nation Big Bear First Nation Big Bear (mistahi-maskwa) (ca. 1825- 88) Big Island Lake First Nation (Joseph Big Head) Big River Cree First Nation Birch Narrows Dene First Nation Black Lake Denesuline First Nation Boyer, Bob (1948-2004) Buffalo River Dene First Nation Canoe Lake First Nation Carry the Kettle First Nation Chacachas First Nation Chakastapaysin First Nation Clearwater River Dene Band Cote First Nation Cote-Lerat, Margaret (1950-) Cowessess First Nation Cumberland House First Nation Currie, Robert (1937-) Cuthand, Beth (1949-) Day Star First Nation Decoteau, Alex (1887-1917) English River First Nation Fishing Lake First Nation Flying Dust First Nation Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation George Gordon First Nation Hatchet Lake Denesuline Nation (Lac la Hache) Island Lake Band (Ministikwan Indian Reserve) Jackson, Tom (1948-) James Smith Cree Nation Kahkewistahaw Band Kawacatoose First Nation Keeseekoose First Nation Kinistino First Nation Lac la Ronge Indian Band Lavallée, Mary Ann (1920-99) Little Black Bear First Nation Little Pine First Nation Lucky Man Cree First Nation Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation Mistawasis First Nation Montreal Lake Cree Nation Moosomin First Nation Mosquito, Grizzly Bear's Head, Lean Man First Nations Muscowpetung First Nation Muskeg Lake Cree Nation Muskoday First Nation Muskowekwan First Nation Nekaneet Cree First Nation Ocean Man First Nation Ochapowace First Nation Okanese Reserve One Arrow First Nation Onion Lake First Nation Pasqua First Nation Peepeekisis First Nation Pelican Lake First Nation Peter Ballantyne Cree First Nation Peter Chapman First Nation Pheasant's Rump Nakota First Nation Piapot Cree First Nation Poundmaker (c. 1842-86) Poundmaker Cree First Nation Red Earth First Nation Red Pheasant First Nation Sakimay First Nation Saulteaux First Nation Savage, Candace (1949-) Shoal Lake First Nation Standing Buffalo Dakota First Nation Starblanket, Noel (1946-) Starblanket First Nation Sturgeon Lake First Nation Sweet Grass First Nation The Key First Nation Thrushes and Bluebirds Wahpeton Dakota Reserve Waterhen Lake First Nation White Bear First Nation Whitecap Dakota First Nation Witchekan Lake First Nation Wood Mountain Dakota First Nation Yellow Quill First Nation Young Chipeewayan First Nation (Stony Knoll)

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