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Saskatchewan. Department of Public Works. Deputy Minister

  • R-195.2
  • File
  • 1883-1963

Includes Deputy Minister's correspondence files relating to the construction, maintenance, and caretaking of government buildings and other Department of Public Works activities. Includes records relating to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building; courthouses; jails; land titles buildings; normal schools. Files 1.196 and 1.197 relate to the Regina (Indian) Industrial School. Files 1.368, 1.369, 1.434 and 1.435 relate to well drilling and well drilling machines. File 1.426 relates to the Broad Street Bridge in Regina.

Includes records relating to the Saskatchewan Provincial Police. File nos. 1.201 to 1.291 relate to the construction, purchase, rental, maintenance and disposal of quarters for the Saskatchewan Provincial Police throughout the province.

Includes a plan showing the location of Parliament Buildings and Design for Surrounding Park, Regina, Saskatchewan designed by Frederick G. Todd, landscape architect in Montreal, Quebec, ca. 1907. (Frederick Todd plan). (See also photograph R-B14227 for image of plan).

Residential Schools of Canada

Map issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada showing the location of residential schools identified by the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement. The back of the map lists the names and locations of residential schools in each province and indicates the school's religious affiliation (Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, Mennonite, Non-denominational, Presbyterian, United).

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