News Clips:1) & 2) Election victory of the New Democratic Party (NDP); 3) Higher education for natives and the role of the Federated Native College; 4) The question of unification of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches; 5) Interview with cartoonist Ben Wicks; 6) People asked if women are treated equally (Street Beat); 7) Women in the work force and its effect on men in the work force; 8) The role of the church in African Liberation Movements; 9)Human rights legislation; 10) Interview with Alanie Abomswir on the role of native women in their culture; 11) People are asked if the human rights of postal workers were denied (Street Beat); 12) People are asked about the Constitutional Conference; 13) Saskatchewan Federation of Labour and its future plans; 14) Conference on alternatives to chemicals in farming; 15) People are asked about the celebration of Halloween and the number of children coming to their doors (Street Beat).
News Clips: 1) Teachers of the Moose Jaw separate school board strike and a wedge between the Regina school board and natives; 2) C.P air does not fly to Saskatchewan; 3) Job course does not help those involved; 4) Scenes of a house after a fire; 5) New Year celebrations; 6) Shots of a hotel room, a limo, and city buses; 7) House fire on Quebec Street ; 8) Saskatchewan Youth Parliament; 9) Keeping warm in Saskatchewan Winters; 10) Report says social workers are overworked; 11) Canada midget hockey teams playing USSR midget hockey teams; 12) Scenes of United States college football games and the importance to the Canadian Football League (CFL); 13) Taxes on gas, cigarettes, and alcohol; 14) Man who declared bankruptcy trying to save his house; 15) & 16) Oil production in Saskatchewan is way down; 17) Trying to solve family problems, which has lead to child abuse, outside the courts; 18) Rural fires mean people are billed for the service; 19) Elvis records still sell very well and lots of people are still big fans; 20) Water main breaks in Regina; 21) Price comparison of grocery stores; 22) High school newspapers; 23) Dog used to help a physically disabled woman; 24) Child fell through the ice near a storm drain on Wascana creek; 25) Slow sales of potash; 26) Grant Devine announces a trip to Europe; 27) Ladies' curling bonspiel; 28) Farm equipment dealers get a tax rebate due to poor business; 29) Chosing a New Democratic Party (NDP) candidate for the Thunder Creek by-election.
NEWS: (1) Interview with Alvin Hewitt during a New Democratic Convention. (2) Report on the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party convention. Speakers include Dave Barret, Ed Broadbent and Allen Blakeley. (3) Exterior ofSaskatoon City Hospital. (4) Scenes from the Remebrance Day Parade inSaskatoon. (5) Report asks for opinions on a fictious cabinet minister. AD Test Strip reading 1.0 - deterioration has begun. 17/10/00.
Records reflecting Reverend Henry Horrick's connection with or interest in the Alberta School of Religion, Fellowship of Reconciliation, CCF-NDP, pacificism, etc. Horricks was president of the Alberta School of Religion for a number of years. File II. 17 relates to William Irvine.
Records relating to the United Church which include records of the Harmony Unit and the Bosto Club of Knox Metropolitan Church, Regina, and correspondence concerning Grace Lane's book, Brief Halt at Mile 50; materials concerning credit unions, the New Democratic Party, handicapped persons, the Co-op Upgrader in Regina, etc.