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Regina (Sask.)

Aces Hockey Club (Regina, Sask.)

  • Corporate body

Founded by Clarence Mahon, who also served as coach and manager.

Operated in the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League from 1938 to 1943.

Art Gallery of Regina

  • Corporate body
  • 2005-

Name change from Rosemont Art Gallery to Art Gallery of Regina in 2005.

Balfour Collegiate (Regina, Sask.)

  • Corporate body
  • 1930-

This school opened on September 2, 1930 as Balfour Technical School and was named after former Regina mayor, city clerk, and lawyer James Balfour. It initially operated as a technical school with an attached commercial high school, and was able to offer unemployed adults secretarial, accounting and industrial courses. In 1984, the name was changed to Balfour Collegiate.

Central Collegiate (Regina, Sask.)

  • Corporate body
  • 1909-1985

Located at the corner of Scarth Street and 15th Avenue, the school opened as Regina Collegiate on November 15, 1909, becoming the first school in Regina dedicated solely to secondary education. The name was changed to Central Collegiate in 1924. The school ceased operations in June 1985, and the structure being demolished in 1994 with its front facade being repurposed for the entrance to Winston Knoll Collegiate.

Luther College (Regina, Sask.)

  • Corporate body
  • 1913-

Established as Luther Academy in 1913 in Melville, Saskatchewan by the Lutheran community of southern Saskatchewan. In 1926, the school move to Regina whereupon it became a junior college offering full high school and first-year university courses, and renamed Luther College.

Lyttle, James, 1905-1972

  • Person
  • 1905-1972

James (Jim) Lyttle was born in County Down, Ireland in 1905; while still a child, Lyttle's family moved to the Earl Grey, Saskatchewan district to begin farming. Lyttle joined the Regina Police Service when he was twenty-one (21) on November 6, 1926. He was promoted to the rank of patrol sergeant in 1941, night inspector in 1950, and then after twenty-seven (27) years with the Regina Police, Lyttle was named deputy chief of police in March 1953. Upon his retirement from the Regina Police service in October 1964, he moved with his wife to Victoria, British Columbia.

In addition to his work with the police, Lyttle was an amateur wrestler, competing in several meets and national competitions, often under the banner of the Regina Police Services. In 1933 he became the amateur heavyweight wrestling champion of Canada, and on four other occasions he was runner-up.

Lyttle died on June 25, 1972 in Victoria, leaving behind his wife Alice McRae Lyttle as well as a son (Robert) and daughter (Florence).

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