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 Jul 20, 1906 - Indian Treaty No. 10 was signed.

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Allen, Hilda Buckley (1906-86) Baltzan, David Mortimer (1897- 1983) Baptist General Conference Batten, Mary John (1921-) Beef Farming Begg, Robert William (1914-82) Beth Jacob Jewish Community Bird, Dick (1892-1986) and Ada (1917- 2003) Camp Dundurn Canadian Union of Public Employees Hospital Strike Coldwell, Major James (1888-1974) Co-operators Life Insurance Corrections Currie, Gordon (1923-) Daniels, Harry W. (1940-2004) Devine, Grant (1944-) Douglas, Shirley (1934-) Drought Egnatoff, John G. (1914-) Energy-efficient Houses Farrell Racette, Sherry Fyke, Kenneth J. (1940-) Goldman, Dorothy (1904-96) Government House Great Western Brewing Company Hai Duc Buddhist Pagoda, Regina Hermanson, Elwin Norris (1952-) Hindu Temple, Regina Hmcs Regina Hoag, Jackie (1911-2000) Howe, Gordie (1928-) Irvin, James Dickinson, Jr. (Dick) (1932-) Kendel, Dennis (1946-) Lancaster, Ron (1938-2008) MacKenzie, Chalmers Jack (1888- 1984) Maki, David Michael (1944-) McCann, Peter McIntosh, C. Irwin (1926-88) McLaren, Lorne Aubrey (1928-) Military History of Saskatchewan Militia Mitchell, Marjorie (1948-83) Morin, Gerald (1961-) Pederson, Martin Peder (1921-2001) Perreault, Wilf (1947-) Pos Pilot Plant Romanian Settlements Saskatchewan Science Centre SaskFerco Products Inc. Schudel, Thomas (1937-) Shoyama, Thomas Kunito (1916-2006) Shumiatcher, Morris Cyril (1917- 2004) Singer, Stacy (1977-) Snowbirds 431 (Air Demonstration) Squadron Tchorzewski, Edwin Laurence (1943-2008) Turvey, Jack Nellis (1911-98) Williams, Charles Cromwell (1896- 1975)

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