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A Glimpse of 1885

  • PI-81-21.1 (2)
  • Component
  • 1968

Item component is an article by Charles Bruce Fergusson that appears in volume 21, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History from page 24 to 29.

Fergusson, C. B.

An Episode of the North-West Rebellion, 1885

  • PI-81-20.2 (2)
  • Component
  • 1967

Item component is an article by Geo. J. Kinnaird that appears in volume 20, issue 2 of Saskatchewan History from page 71 to 75. Article contains an introduction by S.T. Fisher.

Kinnaird, Geo. J.

Big Bear

  • PI-81-25.1 (1)
  • Component
  • 1972

Item component is an article by R.S. Allen that appears in volume 25, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History from page 1 to 17.

Allen, R. S.

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 03 March 1984 - 15 March 1984

  • VT R-7588
  • Item
  • 1984

News Clips: 1) New Democratic Party (NDP) youth convention; 2) Highlights of weekend sports including basketball, badminton, gymnastics and hockey; 3) Grant Devine comments about Manitoba; 4) International Women's Day; 5) Devine meeting with FSIN who present a list of demands; 6) Preview of a City Council meeting, a) Mill rate, b) Student job creation, c) Native recreation facilities; d) Job Shop; 7) Regina's municipal budget; 8) Women's peace camp in Cole Bay; 9) Rural roads are over used and worn-out; 10) Interview with a man who is pro-cruise; 11) National wrestling camp at the University of Regina fails; 12) Spring snow storms; 13) Trout in Estevan are being raised in winter; 14) Jim Sinclair commenting on native rights and the constitution and Devine commenting on native self government; 15) Scenes of a curling game at the Briar; 16) Conference on solvent abuse; 17) City council's concern for renters now that there is no rent control; 18) Increase in farmers going bankrupt; 19) Cambell Collegiate's television classes are being canceled; 20) Inquest on the death of Gordon Landry; 21) & 22) Saskatchewan squeezed out of using the oil pipeline due to the heavy use by Alberta; 23) Viruses in water from animal waste; 24) Bearpit session dealing with natives and the constitution; 25) SARM does not like having its conference in Regina; 26) Shandong Chinese acrobats; 27) A.T.V. accidents; 28) Poor crops in the north east means farmers need government help; 29) Report says that the number of French speakers in Saskatchewan is shrinking.

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 11 November 1981 - 01 December 1981

  • VT R-7545
  • Item
  • 1981

News Clips: 1) Rememberance Day services in Regina; 2) The Elephant in front of the Central Library, made by Rusty Yuristy; 3) & 4) Hearings regarding cutbacks at VIA; 5) Robbery at the Bank of Nova Scotia; 6) Provincial government's reaction to the Federal budget; 7) People on the street are asked about the new Federal budget; 8) Reaction to the new Federal budget; 9) Homes for physically handicapped people; 10) Highlights of a hockey game between the Regina Pats and the Saskatoon Blades; 11) Food is being measured in metric in the grocery stores; 12) & 13) Allan Blakeney commenting on native rights in the constitution; 14) Women demonstrating outside the legislature over women's rights in the new constitution; 15) A conference dealing with native problems called "Working Together"; 16) The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool annual meeting where they discuss the Crow rate; 17) Women's rights in the new constitution; 18) City of Regina's budget; 19) Winter scenes of Wascana Park and Victoria Park; 20) Farmers supporting the Crow rate; 21) Allan Blakeney commenting on the new constitution; 22) Reaction of natives to the new constitution; 23) Home care for the elderly; 24) People on the street are asked if they have confidence in the Canadian economy; 25) Bank of Canada rates fall which in turn effects mortgage rates; 26) Opening of the legislature and the speech from the throne; 27) Agribition report; 28) Debate on the location of the proposed heavy oil upgrader; 29)Regina horse show.

CBKT REGINA

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 07 Nov. 1973 - 16 Nov. 1973

  • FILM S-233
  • Item
  • 1973-11-07 to 1973-11-16

News: (1) Gordon MacMurchy on the Hall Commission report recommendations, and on the creation of Saskmedia. (2) Elwood Hart on the construction of the Agriplex. (3) City council session; general discussion on unidentified matters. (4) Mr. Zeidler on business and industrial prospects for Saskatoon. (5) Unidentified Saskatoon Public Library representative on events held at the library to commemorate "Young Canada Book Week". (6) Ken Norman on native consultation with northern development. (7) Kim Thorson on increases in oil and power rates. (8) Bert Wellman on developing new residential areas in Saskatoon. (9) William Godsalve on meeting the civic budget expenditures. (10) John (?) Somers on studies for resource development. (11) Mayor Bert Sears on street snow removal. (12) Downtown Christmas decorations being lifted into place (silent).

CFQC-TV SASKATOON

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 14 Dec. 1973 - 15 Dec. 1973

  • FILM S-245
  • Item
  • 1973-12-14 to 1973-12-15

News: (1) University of Saskatchewan convocation ceremony, Convocation Hall (silent). (2) Owen Buss interviews Dr. Talmage Hunt on a program that gives artificial limbs to children in need. (3) Ed Kelly interviews an unidentified spokesman on legal services provided by legal clinics.(4) Wayne Rorke interviews Eilleen Barry on housing development in Battleford (colour). (5) Unidentified youths board an airplane at Saskatoon Airport, parents and relatives look on and wave (silent).(6) Ed Kelly interviews Kim Thorson on how the Saskatchewan government plans to develop and export Saskatchewan resources. (7) Shriner's Christmas party for children; children watch a magician and receive presents from Santa Claus (silent). (8) Clarence Trotchie on the government's role in northern forest development. (9) Art exhibition, Mendel Art Gallery; various paintings from the 16th to 20th centuries.

CFQC-TV SASKATOON

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