Floods - Regina

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24 HOURS: NAN REID

  • FILM R-3395.7
  • Item
  • 1994 or before

News report: Magnetic track from a report about flooding problems at Wascana Creek. Interviewed is long-time resident Nan Reid. Ad Test Strip reading 1.0 - deterioration has begun. 23/11/00.

CBKT REGINA

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 03 June 1984 - 09 June 1984

  • VT R-7572
  • Item
  • 1984

News Clips: 1) Highlights of a Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers football game; 2) Louis Riel in Montana; 3) Shots of an 84 year old runner; 4) Saskatchewan Power Corporation (SaskPower) bonds; 5) Red Williams commenting on farm loans; 6) Louis Riel in Montana; 7) SaskPower is putting up its rates; 8) Shots of Colin Thatcher being taken from the police station; 9) Custom combiners have to hire Americans while harvesting down in the States; 10) Colin Thatcher has a court appearance to set the date for his preliminary hearing; 11) Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) building no longer called the C.M. Fines building; 12) Bike courier service, bike tourist information carts and bike rental all in Regina; 13) Comments by Grant Devine; 14) Rain needed to stop the drought; 15) Shopping survey of food prices in Regina; 16) Allan Blakeney commenting on the oil upgrader; 17) Rain in southern Saskatchewan is badly needed; 18) Canadian Alzheimer Association opens an office in Regina; 19) Farmers have a falling income; 20) Strike ends at the Co-op store in Moose Jaw; 21) Flood detector for home owners; 22) The Mercy Brothers, country singers; 23) Oil and gas leases in the province; 24) Mentally undeveloped teen; 25) Horses suffering from a flu like illness; 26) French man wants a trial in French in order to have a fair trial; 27) Brian Peckford making a speech in Regina; 28) Human rights award; 29) Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) commenting on the reduction for third world development; 30) Shriner parade in Regina.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 17 September 1983 - 27 September 1983

  • VT R-7569
  • Item
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Zimbabwe prime minister, Robert Mugabe, visits Saskatchewan; 2) The Terry Fox run to raise money for cancer research; 3) Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) memorial for those who have been killed in the line of duty 4) Robert Mugabe visits a farm near Gravelbourg; 5) Terry Fox run; 6) Larry Schneider opens the Lewvan Expressway; 7) & 8) Complaints to city hall about satellite dishes in peoples' front yards; 9) Hospital laundry service; 10) Report on the progress of the harvest; 11) Centurx clip; 12) & 13) Fatal fire in an old apartment house on Rae Street; 14) Scenes of Regina; 15) Flood damaged goods for sale by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI); 16) Perry Gacher from the Regina Pats is going to the St. Louis Blues of the NHL; 17) Fatal car accident; 18) Meadow Lark Co-op has accommodations for the handicapped; 19) Artist Marlene Creates; 20) YWCA fall run; 21) Big Brother demonstration protesting the lack of big brothers; 22) Pro-Life walk and run; 23) The town of Qu'Appelle is provincial capital for the day; 24) John Howard Society; 25) Raising cattle is not very profitable due to the rising costs associated with raising them; 26) Comments by Grant Devine on trade with China; 27) Newsday Promos; 28) Customers cross the picket line at Co-op grocery store in Moose Jaw; 29) Saskatchewan Roughriders player traded; 30) Scenes of a car accident; 31) Intelle post machine; 32) Rumors that a large number of members of the Human Rights Commission will be replaced; 33) A limited number of Japanese cars are allowed into Canada making it hard for some car dealers.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 18 October 1983 - 23 October 1983

  • VT R-7562
  • Item
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Governor General Ed Schreyer addresses a conference on "Life on the Canadian prairies in 2003"; 2) Stinger I.D.'s of football players; 3) New session of the Saskatchewan legislature; 4) Comments made by Allan Blakeney on Saskatchewan's economic development; 5) Scenes of flooded streets in Regina and the cost of damage to home owners; 6) Promo for Shragge's Journal; 7) Air Canada crash; 8) & 9) Moose Jaw Canucks hockey team; 10) Questions about the railroads ability to respond to rail accidents; 11) Reassessment of land taxes in Regina; 12) Salary of the Labour Board Chairman; 13) Canadian Legion convention votes in favour of capital punishment; 14) Cattle being sold to Bulgaria; 15) Obituary of Marg Mitchell; 16) Bently - Johnson murders; 17) Weeks week; 18) Henry Taube wins a Nobel Prize for Chemistry; 19) Grant Devine returns from a trade trip to China; 20) The oil industry is doing well in Saskatchewan; 21) Police negotiations for a new contract; 22) High school football; 23) S.A.R.M. concern about Hutterites; 24) People who have baby sitters come into their homes for more than 15 hours a week should be contributing to Unemployment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) 25) & 26) Saskatchewan Roughriders scouting universities; 27) High school girls' volleyball; 28) Amnesty International in Canada; 29) Larry Schneider comments on prostitution in Regina; 30) Scenes of a coin show; 31) Workshop on home energy use; 32) Peace demonstration in Fort Qu'Applle, Saskatoon and Regina; 33) Greenhouse in Regina that is growing produce; 34) Truman house for children with special needs; 35) Small business week; 36) Department of the Environment meeting with the public; 37) Regina Humane Society's new animal shelter; 38) Ski show; 39) Opening of the new Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) building.

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CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 23 June 1975 - 26 June 1975

  • FILM S-488
  • Item
  • 1975-06-23 to 1975-06-26

News: (1) Peter Zakreski about inceased public health care services for Saskatoon. (2) Scenes of automobile safety check lane being operated in downtown Saskatoon (silent). (3) John Harney, of the national New Democratic Party, on various political issues. (4) Scenes of the South Saskatchewan River flowing through Saskatoon (silent). (5) Bert Wellman about teh supply of housing lots in the city. (6) Glen Penner about raisng the age at which people can legally buy and consume alcohol. (7) Report on the ten cent per gallon excise tax increase on gasoline (silent). (8) Interior scenes of s supermarket check out line. Included as part of a teenager's quiz on nutrition. (9) Mr. Birney on taxes. (10) Scenes of a competition for the selection of a boy and girl for the city's parks and recreation King and Quen (silent). (11) Mr. Flaten about the federal government's transportation policy in western Canada. (12) Jules Decor on unidentified topics. (13) Otto Lang about federal government funding cutbacks. (14) Scenes of flooding in Regina.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

Lloyd G. Warkentin collection

Records created, accumulated and used by Lloyd G. Warkentin relating mainly to co-operatives; Dalmeny, Saskatchewan; and the Warkentin, Kowalko and Thiessen families. Types of records included are publications, maps, obituaries, newsletters, and programmes.

Includes programme for Davin School Grade 8 farewell in 1984; programmes and valedictory addresses for the Grade 8 graduations at Athabasca School in Regina in 1971 and 1972; two 1977 issues of the Tartan Times, the newsletter of Campbell Collegiate in Regina; and the 1962 yearbook of Dalmeny High School. Includes tickets from the Saskatoon Municipal Railway, the Saskatoon Transit System and the Fort William Transit System.

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