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

Contributions

Contributions By: Brett Quiring

Agar, Charles (1882-1961) Atkinson, Patricia (1952-) AXWORTHY, CHRISTOPHER (1947-) Baker, Henry Harold Peter (1915- 2004) Baker, William George (1885-1960) BALFOUR, (REGINALD) JAMES (1928-1999) Batten, Mary John (1921-) BELL, GEORGE ALEXANDER (1856- 1927) BENSON, JACOB (“JAKE”) (1892- 1987) Brockelbank, John Hewgill (1897- 1977) Campbell, Milton Neil (1881-1965) Collver, Richard Lee (1936-) Commonwealth, The Conservative Party of Canada Cowley, Elwood Lorrie (1944-) Danielson, Gustaf Herman (1883- 1971) Darling, James Andrew (1891-1979) Davis, Thomas Clayton (1889-1960) Douglas, Thomas Clement (1904-86) Duncan, Joan Heather (1941-) Dunning, Charles Avery (1885-1958) Estey, James Wilfred (1889-1956) Haverstock, Lynda Maureen (1948-) Hodgins, Grant Milton (1955-) Johnston, John Frederick (1876- 1948) Johnston, Tom (1881-1969) Kramer, Eiling (1914-99) Kuziak, Alex Gordon (1908-) Lang, Otto Emil (1932-) Langley, George (1852-1933) MacMurchy, Gordon (1926-2005) MacPherson, Murdoch Alexander (1891-1966) Malone, Edward Cyril (Ted) (1937-) McIntosh, Lachlan Fraser (1897- 1962) McLaren, Lorne Aubrey (1928-) Messer, John Rissler (1941-) New Democratic Party (NDP) Perley, William Dell (1838-1909) Reform Party (Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance) Saskatchewan Party Shillington, Edward Blain (1944-) Snyder, Gordon Taylor (1924-2005) Social Credit Party Sturdy, John Henry (1893-1966) Tchorzewski, Edwin Laurence (1943-2008) Thatcher, Wilbert Ross (1917-71) Uhrich, John Michael (1877-1951) Waffle Weir, Robert (1882-1939) Williams, Charles Cromwell (1896- 1975) Wilson, James Robert (1866-1941)

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