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  • Saskatchewan Herald 138010Saskatchewan Herald This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before
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  • Saskatchewan Act 73246Saskatchewan Act 4 & 5 Edward VII, c. 42 (Canada) An Act to establish and provide for the Government of the Province
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  • (1913), Volume 13 Saskatchewan and Alberta by Adrian Gabriel Morice 93279Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Saskatchewan and AlbertaAdrian
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  • Work (1914) — Alberta Alber′ta became a province of Canada in 1905. It and the new province of Saskatchewan were carved out of the Northwest Territories
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  • Canada West, and for the organization of the Territories of Selkirk, Saskatchewan, and Columbia Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
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  • Morice A suffragan see of St. Boniface, Manitoba, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada. Originally part of the Diocese of St. Albert, it was formed
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  • boundary line, 49° N.; E. by 110° W., vhich divides it from the province of Saskatchewan; N. by 60° N., which separates it from the North-West Territories; and
    302 bytes (2,883 words) - 14:14, 2 February 2015
  • the Saskatchewan plains east of the Rocky Mountains with a route into the gold-mining regions of British Columbia. On his return to England he was elected
    346 bytes (582 words) - 15:48, 7 September 2011
  • (1914) — Manitoba Manitoba (mǎn'ĭ-tō'ba) was called the prairie-province up to 1906, when Alberta and Saskatchewan, having received provincial autonomy,
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  • Schedule(3.) Saskatchewan 76193Constitution Act, 1930 — Schedule(3.) Saskatchewan Schedule to the Constitution Act, 1930: (3.) Saskatchewan Memorandum
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  • 52° N. The name was a misnomer, as it barely touched the Assiniboine river. To the north of the district lay the district of Saskatchewan, so that when
    283 bytes (275 words) - 14:06, 13 November 2013
  • on salt water, Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the first may soon be extended to Hudson Bay. Ontario has a seaboard only on Hudson Bay’s southern
    267 bytes (37,054 words) - 20:55, 23 August 2015
  • the headstreams of the Missouri in Montana to North Saskatchewan, now in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta, and from long. 105° to the base of the
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  • The immense territories, known to-day as the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, formed till 1871 only one diocese under the name of St
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  • September, 1905, of the new provinces in the west of the Canadian Dominion — Saskatchewan and Alberta — together with the creation (June, 1898), of Yukon Territory
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  • rises to a maximum height of 2000 feet, the highest parts being near the Rocky Mountains. In Alberta and the southern part of Saskatchewan the elevation
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  • Governments of the Provinces of Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan respectively 10th July 1930 Whereas the agreements set out in the
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  • Representation in the House of Commons 5. The said province and the province of Saskatchewan shall, until the termination of the Parliament of Canada existing at
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  • Division to comprise the Western Provinces of Manitoba, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, which four Divisions shall (subject to the provisions of
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  • Edmonton Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, population 16,000, on the Saskatchewan River, is 180 miles north of Calgary.  Valuable coal-fields surround
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