Origin of saskatoon
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“Ab Welsh, who was a forward with the Saskatoon Quakers was the first one,” Howe said.
His hockey skills have earned him his home and the home he bought for his folks in Saskatoon.
There was a family named Adams in Saskatoon, and they had a rink with boards, between their house and the barn.
This one was born in Floral, Saskatchewan, on the outskirts of Saskatoon, in the heart of Western Canada's wheat prairies.
Dave Carpenter is a Canadian novelist and essayist who lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Board of Governors decided to fix location of university at Saskatoon, 1909.
Constable Clisby, who was on duty at Saskatoon, was notified by wire from Dundurn station, and at once took up the recapture.
The Saskatoon ferry was out of order, so he could not use it.
With few exceptions the southern portion of the Province from a line east and west through Saskatoon is almost flat.Canada West 1914|Unknown
We had not heard before that Germany had asked for Saskatoon, but anyway we are glad she is not going to get it.