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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.

Law and Justice

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Aboriginal Fishing Rights Aboriginal Hunting Rights Aboriginal Justice Aboriginal Justice Enquiry Aboriginal Spiritual Healing Lodge Aboriginal Treaty Rights Andreychuk, Raynell (1944-) Co-operative Organizations, Legislation Relating to Corrections Crown Corporations, Legislative History of Dickson, Brian (1916-98) Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan Environmental Protection Legislation Estevan Police Service Estey, Willard (1919-2002) Female Employment Act Hall, Emmett (1898-1996) John Howard Society Latimer, Robert (1953-) Law and Justice Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Law Society of Saskatchewan Legislation in Saskatchewan MacLachlan, Ethel (1875-1963) Mandatory Mediation Milgaard, David (1952-) Moose Jaw Police Service Northern Cree Court Initiative Ombudsman Personal Property Security Act Prince Albert Police Service Real Property Regina Auto Theft Strategy Regina Police Service Restorative Justice Riparian Rights Royal Canadian Mounted Police Saskatchewan Bill of Rights Saskatchewan Farm Security Act Saskatchewan Penal Commission Saskatchewan Police College Saskatchewan Police Commission Saskatchewan Provincial Police Saskatoon Police Service Shumiatcher, Morris Cyril (1917- 2004) Stonechild, Neil Thatcher, Colin (1938-) Workers' Compensation Yee, Clun
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