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Saskatchewan Team

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Welcome to the Saskatchewan Team, a sub-team of the Western Canada Team, part of the Canada Project.

The Team Leader is: TBC

Team Members are: Carol Collins | Rae Santema | David Carlson | Tamara (Mitton) Peyton | Shirley (Thompson) Gilbert | Gerald Apperly

Goals

The goal of this team is to add and improve profiles for those born in Saskatchewan.

Current Tasks

Resources

  • The Virtual Museum of M├ętis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, the Department of Canadian Heritage's Canadian Culture Online Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan




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Hi there,

I just implemented the various forms of subcategories for the Canada project in WikiTree BEE and I've found Category: Division No. 17 (Lloydminster), Saskatchewan, Cemeteries. After reading List of census divisions of Saskatchewan, I'm left with the impression that that one should be named "Meadow Lake". Am I correct?

Kind regards from Black Forest

Flo
posted by Florian Straub
Division No. 17 could be the city of Lloydminster or the town of Meadow Lake. I think the way it's split out in the categories makes sense based on where the cemetery is actually located.
A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women in Western Canada Parker, C. W. (1864-1932).

https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bcbooks/items/1.0348960#p0z-5r0f:

posted by [Living Rocca]
Source for Lloydminster, SK - George Exton Lloyd

https://archive.org/details/northernwhoswhob01park/page/448

posted by Gaelynn Wall