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Buffalo Narrows road and Canoe River Bridge construction, Highway 155

Buffalo Narrows highway construction, this is now Highway 155. This photo shows a bulldozer knocking down trees.

Buffalo Narrows road construction, showing bulldozer.

Buffalo Narrows road construction - showing road grader and construction shack.

Buffalo Narrows highway construction.

Surveying at Canoe River, in preparation for bridge construction.

Canoe River - the start of bridge construction.

Bridge construction continues at Canoe River.

Bridge construction is progressing very well at Canoe River, on the Buffalo Narrows road.

A large Richardson grader owned by the DNR working on road construction at Buffalo Narrows.

Buffalo Narrows road construction, showing the equipment: bulldozer, Richardson grader, and truck (Ford or Mercury).

Buffalo Narrows road construction.

Buffalo Narrows road construction.

Buffalo Narrows road construction.

Bridge crew - Canoe River

Buffalo Narrows road construction, showing equipment being used.

Buffalo Narrows road construction, showing an International Harvester construction machine, a Ford truck, and 3 unidentified workmen.

Buffalo Narrows - road construction. The road building equipment is at work, right next to where some trees have just been knocked down.

Canoe river - bridge construction.

Buffalo Narrows - road construction.

Canoe River Bridge construction.

Canoe river - bridge construction.

Canoe River - bridge construction.

Canoe River - bridge construction.

Canoe River - bridge construction.

Buffalo Narrows - road construction.

Canoe River - bridge construction.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 05 December 1978 - 19 December 1978

  • VT R-7487
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  • 1978-12-05 to 1978-12-19

News Clips:1) Wage cuts at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB); 2) People are asked about the price of turkeys at Christmas time (Street Beat); 3) Male menopause; 4) Nutritional value of turkey; 5) A method of teaching math known as Chisenbop; 6) The SEGA strike and the Public Library; 7) People are asked about the quality of education (Street Beat); 8) The different kinds of workers needed to build an office building; 9) An interview with an author who writes about the corporate elite; 10) Additives such as nitrates found in meat and the effect on humans; 11) Corporate sponsered Symphony lunch time concerts; 12) Different method for paying doctors.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 28 March 1979 - 30 April 1979

  • VT R-7495
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  • 1979-03-28 to 1979-04-30

News Clips: 1) & 2) Increase of VIA fares; 3) Federation of Sakatchewan Indians; 4) Uranium mining and the use of the Heritage Fund; 5) Native children at the Nikaneet Reserve; 6) Safety of nuclear reactors as well as within the industry itself; 7) Urban development; 8) Ventilation problems at the T.C. Douglas Building; 9) Possible flooding in Southern Saskatchewan and the geese at Wascana park; 10) Disclosure legislation which will effect MLAs; 11) Proposed plan to build a medical centre and townhouses near the General Hospital; 12) Need for a look at the uranium markets; 13) Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) Printers and Publishers and political patronage; 14) Direct billing; 15) Rapeseed; 16) Direct billing; 17) Alcohol prices; 18) Follow up on children at the Nianeet Reserve; 19) Joe Clark at CKCK; 20) S.T.F.; 21) Conflict of Disclosure legislation; 22) Construction bargaining; 23) Human rights and sexual orientation; 24) Governments evasion of truth; 25) Workmen's compensation; 26) Hunting laws; 27) Elimination of Government departments 28) Floods; 29) Matsalla's resignation; 30) Explosive years to follow; 31) Women in the work force; 32) Railway maintenance; 33) Milk and bread subsidy. [note: from #14 on the description is taken from the tape container due to the damage of the tape]

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 30 November 1983 - 10 December 1983

  • VT R-7567
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  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Economic benefits of Agribition; 2) Land reassessment; 3) How much help can ambulance drivers give to victims; 4) End of the Crow rate and new freight rates; 5) Battleford killing; 6) Building access for the handicapped will become law; 7) Shragge Journal Promo; 8) Speech made by Ed Whelan at a NFU meeting; 9) Utility rates continue to increase; 10) Ed Whelan making a speech at a NFU meeting; 11) Darke Hall has become unsafe and a number of groups are trying to raise money to repair it; 12) Mike Spicer accused of sexually assulting one of his students; 13) Highlights of a University of Saskatchewan Huskies hockey game; 14) to 16) Cross country skiing equipment; 17) Robbery at a Bank of Commerce in downtown Regina; 18) Mike Spicer sexual assault case; 19) Girl playing hockey in a boys' league; 20) NFU has cut its debt in half; 21) Native women have been hired as health workers with Public Health, as a means to bridge the gap; 22) Cut backs in money from the government for organizations dealing with the third world; 23) Regina food prices are higher then in Saskatoon; 24) Landing shots of the Space Shuttle; 25) Construction unions have problems with contractors; 26) More people using the food bank; 27) Christmas gifts being wrapped in a tin can; 28) Lions club singing carols at a senior citizens' home.

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CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 25 Mar. 1974 - 02 Apr. 1974

  • FILM S-293
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  • 1974-03-25 to 1974-04-02

News: (1) City council session; general discussion on snow removal. (2) Peter Lomax on issues to be addressed by the minister responsible for the Department of Tourism. (3) Don Cody on federal involvement in northern Saskatchewan fishing co-ops. (4) Kim Thorson on provincial government involvement with coal mining. (5) City council session; Tom Hart and Alderman Owen Mann on town and city membership fees in the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association. (6) City council session; general discussion on plans for the "Louis Riel Days" riverside race. (7) Dr. Bloomfield on how stress effects work habits. (8) Construction; workers at a large-scale construction site (silent). (9) City council session; Tom Hart on a membership rates proposal to S.U.M.A. (10) Ed Kelly interviews Alderman Glen Penner on the proposal to increase S.U.M.A. rates.

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.)

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