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Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. For assistance in exploring this site, please click here.

 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 By: Elizabeth Mooney

Budd, Henry (1812-75) Dominion Lands Act / Homestead Act Francis, Emile (1926-) Gerein, Clayton (1964-) Great Depression Greystone Managed Investments (GMI) Hearne, Samuel (1745-92) Irvin, James Dickinson, Jr. (Dick) (1932-) Jerome, Harry (1940-82) Latimer, Robert (1953-) Laurie, Patrick Gammie (1833-1903) Prohibition and Temperance Royal Commission On Dominion Provincial Relations (Rowell-Sirois Report) Rupert's Land Purchase Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Schwann, Paul (1933-74) Simpson, George (1787-1860) Social Gospel Territorial Assembly University Sports

This web site was produced with financial assistance
provided by Western Economic Diversification Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan.
University of Regina Government of Canada Government of Saskatchewan Canadian Plains Research Center
Ce site Web a été conçu grâce à l'aide financière de
Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada et le gouvernement de la Saskatchewan.