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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.

Science and Technology

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Accutrak Agriculture Canada Research Stations Air Seeders Algae American Dipper Amphibians Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) Automated Teller Machines Bard, Frederick George (1908-89) Bats Beetles Belted Kingfisher Biodiversity Biodiversity Action Plan Biofiltration Water Treatment System Biphasixtm Birds Bison Blackbirds Blakiston, Thomas Wright (1832-91) Brown Creeper Bugs (Hemiptera) Buntings and Allies Butterflies and Moths Canadian Light Source Carbon Dioxide Storage Carnivores Chickadees Chimney Swift Chronic Pain Computer-generated Plant Animation Conservation Conservation Agencies Conservation Areas Contraceptive Patch Cormorants Coupland, Robert Thomas (1920- 2002) Covington, Arthur Edwin (1913- 2001) Cranes Crow Family Cuckoo, Black-billed Currie, Balfour Watson (1902-81) Deer Doves and Pigeons Dragonflies Drummond, Thomas (1790-1835) Duck Family Ecozones and Ecoregions Edmunds, Frederic Harrison (1898- 1965) Energy-efficient Houses Falcons Finches Fishes of Saskatchewan Flowering Plants Flycatchers Follicular Waves Forests Fossil Record Franklin, Sir John (1786-1847) Gilroy, Doug (1915-2003) Grasshoppers Grasslands National Park Grebes Grey Owl (Archibald Stansfield Belaney) Grouse and Allies Gulls and Terns Hammer, Ulrich Theodore (1924-) Hares and Rabbits Hawks and Eagles Heavy Oil Upgraders Herons Herzberg, Gerhard (1904-99) Horned Lark House Sparrow Houston, Clarence Stuart (1927-) Hummingbirds Hydrogen Diesel Trucks Hydrogen Production Hymenopterans Ibis Katz, Leon (1909-2004) Kidney Re-transplant Kinglets Lahrman, Frederick William (1921- 2003) Last Mountain Bird Observatory Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics Leaver, Eric William (1915-) Ledingham, George Filson (1911-2006) Lichens Loons MacKay, Angus (1840-1931) MacKenzie, Chalmers Jack (1888- 1984) Macoun, John (1831-1920) Mammals M-DNA Mineral Detection Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan Nature Saskatchewan Nightjars Nuthatch Owls Palliser Triangle Pelican Phosphate Inoculant Pipits Plant Root Simulator Prairie Conservation Action Plan Priestly, Isabel M. (1893-1946) Prince Albert National Park Pronghorn Rails Rempel, Jacob (1903-76) Reptiles Richardson, John (1787-1865) Riegert, Paul William (1923-2002) Rodents Royal Saskatchewan Museum Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre (SKCDC) Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) Saskatchewan Science Centre Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation SaskTel Fibre Optics Schneider, William George (1915-) Science and Technology Shorebirds Shrews Shrikes Snow Roller Space Engineering Division (SED) Space Shuttle Experiment Sparro Sparrows, Native Species at Risk Spiders Spinks, John William Tranter (1908- 97) Starlings Sun-dogs (Parhelia, Mock Suns) Swallows Synthetic Sugar Taube, Henry (1915-2005) Thode, Henry George (1910-97) Thrashers Thrushes and Bluebirds Titanic Rusticles Trace Analysis Facility Trees Turkey Vulture Van Cleave, Allan Bishop (1910-92) Vireos Warblers Waxwings Weigh-in-motion Scale Woodpeckers Wrens Zero-effluent Pulp Mill Zooplankton
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