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For centuries, long before Europeans ever arrived in the area that would be Saskatchewan, the land was the domain of the Cree, Blackfoot, Saulteaux and Assiniboine peoples. The bison’s northern reach came to the area of what is now Warman, and were...


For the Indigenous, the area of future Gunn was an important place because of the large lake found only a few kilometres away from the present townsite. The lake, now called Lac Ste. Anne, was called Wakamne by the Nakota Sioux and Manitou...

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