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Little Stone Schoolhouse

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The evolution of Saskatchewan's education system is long and varied -- marked by numerous pioneers and pivotal milestones. more

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Treaty 4 Pictograph

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The numbered treaties between the Crown and the many First Nations that inhabited what was called Rupert’s Land were seen as necessary by the new nation to extend its jurisdiction all the way from western Ontario to the Pacific Ocean. more

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For years, baseball has been a fan favourite and centre of community in Saskatchewan. Our province has contributed national and international players to the game. more

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Rock picker

Ruth Bitner

Saskatchewan has given much to Canada in its 150 years, and these three agricultural innovations are just a few of what we've shared. more

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Fort Carlton

Wendy Cooper

We highlight some of the people who signed Saskatchewan's treaties at a time when their world was undergoing great change. more

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Doukhobors

Glenbow Archives NA-2878-15

The role of women in Doukhobor settlement was significant and it is little wonder they left such a deep impression on succeeding generations. more

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Prairie Mother

Courtesy Elma Schemenauer

The first generation of European women on the prairie provided the foundation for family and community life that made settlement a viable enterprise. more

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King James Bible

Ruth Bitner

The Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Wilcox is well known for its hockey players. Its rare book library holds some of literature's all-stars thanks to Father Athol's passion for paper. more

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