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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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Agricultural Regions Air Pollution Assiniboine River Astroblemes Athabasca Sand Dunes Big Muddy Valley Boundaries of Saskatchewan Boundary Surveys Churchill River Clearwater River Climate Climate Change: The Future Climate Change: The Past Cree Lake Cypress Hills Dawson, George Mercer (1849-1901) Dowling, Donaldson Bogart (1858- 1925) Drought Duck Mountain Dust Storms Elk Point Sea Floods and Flood Control 49th Parallel Frenchman River Geographic Education and Research Geographical Memorial Tributes Geography of Saskatchewan Geology Geomatics Glacial Deposition Glacial Erosion Glaciation Hail Historic Sites Hydrology Irrigation Kupsch, Walter O. (1919-2003) Lac la Ronge Lake Athabasca Lake Diefenbaker Land Use Landslides Last Mountain Lake Little Manitou Lake McConnell, Richard George (1857- 1942) Meteorite Discoveries Meteorology Mineral Resources Missouri Coteau Mollard, J.D. (1924-) Moose Mountain Motherwell Homestead North Saskatchewan River Old Wives Lake Palliser Triangle Peter Pond Lake Place Names Prairie Pimples Prairies Precambrian History Proglacial Lakes Provincial Parks Quill Lakes Qu'Appelle River Qu'Appelle Valley Rawson, Donald Strathearn (1905- 61) Redberry Lake Regional Parks Reindeer Lake Roche Percée Rural Settlement Patterns Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Land Surveyors' Association (SLSA) Saskatchewan Mining Association Inc. Saskatchewan River Souris River South Saskatchewan River Subsurface Geological Laboratory Thunderstorms Tornadoes Trans-Hudson Orogen Tyrrell, Joseph Burr (1858-1957) Urban Geography Urban Heat Islands Viewfield Impact Structure Waskesiu Upland Water Quality Western Canada Sedimentary Basin Williston Basin Wollaston Lake Wood Mountain Plateau
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