Publication entitled Black and Rural Saskatchewan, produced by Heritage Saskatchewan in partnership with the Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum Inc. and the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan. Research and writing by Shayna Jones. Published by Heritage Saskatchewan Alliance Inc. Publication includes excerpts of stories of living heritage project participants, including Maria Cole-Gayle; Christine Fiddler; Cheryl Foggo (descendent of George W. Shaw); Jane Ibisiki; Carol LaFayette-Boyd; Lewis LaFayette; Yemi Laosebikan; Jim Miller; Nastra Muloyawi; Randy Morin; and Charlotte Williams (descendent of Joseph and Mattie Mayes).
Illustrated publication relating to cable ferries in Saskatchewan from the 1880s to 1986 entitled Crossing the River: A Cable Ferry History, written by Carol Light. The publication focuses on the North Bend Ferry (1913-1969) and includes information on ferries from Lloydminster, Hewitt Landing, Fort Pitt, Tangleflags and Lashburn. Chapter titles are as follows: Fur Trading to Farming; Saskatchewan Ferry No. 678; Ferrymen and Assistant Ferrymen; Government Housing; Ferry Landings; Cable Ferry System; Ferry Scow; Provincial Administration; River Conditions; The Flood of 1915; Traffic Statistics; Accidents and Misfortunes; and Water Measurement Recording.
Publication entitled Parsonage People: The Family Story of Rudy and Emma Busch, written by Marcus David Busch of Edmonton, Alberta. Reverend Rudolph Jacob Busch (1921-2012), son of Jacob Busch and Emelia Geres, and his wife, Emma Magdalena Steinhauer, daughter of Johannes Steinhauer and Magdalena Heise, were married in 1948. Reverend Busch served as a Lutheran minister in Radisson and Biggar, Saskatchewan and at St. Paul Lutheran in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The publication includes historical information on Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Boswells, Saskatchewan and Zion Lutheran Church in Flowing Well, Saskatchewan.
Publication entitled Spirit Wrestlers: Doukhobor Pioneers and their Friends, written by Koozma J. Tarasoff and published by Spirit Wrestlers Publishing, Ottawa, Ontario. The publication is a continuation of the biographies published in Spirit-Wrestlers: Doukhobor Pioneers' Strategies for Living (2002) and consists of 33 biographies of individuals connected to the Doukhobor movement in different parts of the world, including Canada, Russia, United States of America, Caribbean West Indies and Australia. The publication includes biographies for Ashleigh B. Androsoff, a historian at the University of Saskatchewan; Veronika Makarova, a Russian linguist and professor in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Vicki Obedkoff, a theologian and community activist in Saskatoon; Mich Ozeroff, a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool director in Langham, Saskatchewan; and Koozma J. Tarasoff.
Publication entitled From Horse and Buggy to GPS: Life on a Saskatchewan Farm, compiled by Roderic Beaujot. The publication relates to his grandparents, Felicien and Bertheline Beaujot and Paul and Julienne (nee Smets) Mulllie, who came to Canada from Belgium and France between 1892 and 1911, and his parents, Leon and Dorothy Beaujot of Kipling, Saskatchewan. Information on the community of Saint Hubert, Saskatchewan (originally named La Rolanderie) is included.
Publication entitled Shootout, being Book Four in the Jessie Mac Hockey Series written by Maureen Ulrich of Lampman, Saskatchewan and published by Wood Dragon Books in Mossbank, Saskatchewan. The publication is a novel for teens and focuses on two fictional sisters, Courtney and Jessie McIntyre, who play hockey at Estevan Comprehensive High School and for the University of Saskatchewan Women's Huskies respectively. Includes a dictionary of hockey terminology.
Six illustrated publications in the Foundational Knowledge Themes series published by Rupertsland Institute, Métis Centre of Excellence, Edmonton, Alberta. Titles are as follows: Métis Culture and Traditions; Languages of Métis; Master Vocabulary List; Homeland History; Métis Nation Governance; and Métis in Alberta.
Historical novel entitled My Son Louis, written by Elizabeth Macleod Simpson of Hanna, Alberta. Publication assistance and digital printing in Canada by PageMaster Publishing. The novel details the life of Louis David Riel. Elizabeth Macleod Simpson was raised in the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan district; her grandmother was Cicely Jackson, whose brother, William Henry (also known as Honore Jaxon) Jackson was Riel's secretary.
Second edition of a family history written by Harvey Quamme of Penticton, British Columbia and published by Eye-spy Press. The history relates to his grandparents, Thomas Henry (Harry) and Amy (Monkman) Walker, and his parents, Arthur Harvey (Bud) Quamme and Renee (Walker) Quamme, who farmed on 25-20-1-W3 in the Palliser Triangle of Saskatchewan, near Brownlee. The publication includes reproductions of photographs and paintings and scratch drawings made by Harvey Quamme.