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Saskatoon berry

Saskatoon berry

Saskatoon (Saskatchewan/Canada)

Saskatoon (Saskatchewan/Canada)

STEER, Stanley Charles (1900 - 1997), Bishop of Saskatoon, 1950–70

ANDREWS, Rodney Osborne (born 1940), Bishop of Saskatoon, 2004–10

FORD, Douglas Albert (1917 - 2007), Bishop of Saskatoon, 1970–81

ANDERSON, James Thomas Milton (1878 - 1946), acting Superintendent, School for the Deaf, Saskatoon, Sask

COLLINGWOOD, Arthur (1879 - 1952), late Dean of Faculty of Music, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada

MORGAN, Thomas Oliver (born 1941), Archbishop of Saskatoon and Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert’s Land, 2000–03; Interim Rector and Dean, St John’s Cathedral, Saskatoon, 2006–07 and 2011–12

BLAKENEY, Allan Emrys (1925 - 2011), Visiting Scholar, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, since 1992 (Professor of Law, 1990–92)

At the Western Development Museum: Ethnic Identity and the Memory of the Holocaust in the Jewish Community of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

WOOD, Roland Arthur (1933 - 2002), Rector, St James’ Cathedral, and Dean of the Diocese of Athabasca, 1993–98; Bishop of Saskatoon, 1981–93

OLIVER, Edmund Henry (1882 - 1935), Principal, St Andrew’s College, Saskatoon, since 1913; Moderator, General Council, United Church of Canada, 1930–32

McNAB, Archibald Peter (1864 - 1945), Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan, 1936–45; Commissioner on Local Government Board, 1926; President of Soo Line Milling Co., Weyburn; President of McNab Milling Co., Humboldt; President of Neelan Live Stock Co., Saskatoon


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Founded by the Temperance Colonization Society of Toronto in 1882, Saskatoon derives its name from the Cree word for a local berry (misaskwatomina). The community, located on the east bank ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.

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