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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.

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Oat Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI): Assumption Province Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI): St. Mary's Province Obnova Club Occupational Health and Safety Legislation Ocean Man First Nation Ochapowace First Nation Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU / COPE) Office of the Treaty Commissioner Ogema Ogle, Father Robert (1928-98) Ohlsen, Dieter (1938-) Oil and Gas Industry Oilseed Processing Industry Okanese Reserve Okim√Ęsis, Jean (1938-) Olaski, Suzanne Claire Old Bone Trail Old Colony Mennonite Church Old Wives Lake Oliver, Edmund H. (1882-1935) Olson, Louise (ca. 1903-98) Ombudsman One Arrow First Nation One Big Union 196th (Western Universities) Battalion One-room Schools Onion Lake First Nation On-to-Ottawa Trek and the Regina Riot Opekokew, Delia Opera Opheim, Eloise E. Orange Order Organic Farming and Industry Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) Organized Farm Women in the WGG, the UFC, the SFU, and the NFU Orthodox Churches Oser, Jean (1908-2002) Osler Outlook Owls Oxbow Oxner, Bertha (1885-1960) O'Brien, Ann Gordon (1895-1986)
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