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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 25 May 1983 - 01 June 1983

  • VT R-7644
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  • 1983

News Clips: 1) The development of native studies; 2) Joe Borowski's challenge of the abortion laws; 3) Union demonstration over the lack of jobs; 4) Mini-training camp for the Saskatchewan Roughriders; 5) Natives rights to Crown Land; 6) Saskatchewan resources; 7) Joe Borowski's challenge of the abortion laws; 8) School bus accident near Strasbourg; 9) News bloopers; 10) MOSAIC; 11) Referendum on having beer at Taylor Field during Saskatchewan Roughriders games; 12) Eric Berntson on the sale of Crown Land; 13) Joe Borowski's challenge of the abortion laws; 14) Convocation at the University of Saskatchewan; 15) Joe Borowski's challenge of the abortion laws; 16) March by the unemployed; 17) Bus rodeo; 18) Pro-Life rally; 19) Study and tour of Saskatchewan; 20) Lane on Canada's security; 21) Referendum on beer at Taylor Field; 22) Schreyer comments; 23) How golf courses are rated; 24) Regina Symphony orchestra press conference on their subscription drive; 25) Governor General, Ed Schreyer, at IPSCO; 26) Eric Berntson comments; 27) Devine makes overseas trips to look at other countries potash industries; 28) Opening of a tourist information centre; 29) Canadian figure skating championships to be held in Regina; 30) McLaren commenting on changes to the trade union act.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 19 May 1983 - 27 June 1983

  • VT R-7642
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  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Borowski trial; 2) Art gallery computer; 3) NDP blues; 4) Pocklington Blues; 5) Indians walk; 6) Water pipeline; 7) Borowski trial; 8) Farmer losses; 9) Trudeau/Broadbent - Crow; 10) ACFC (Protocol d'entente); 11) Municipal taxes; 12) MacGuigan Prostitution; 13) Young Liberals; 14) CNCP; 15) Argue - Grain handling; 16) Mental health; 17) Family aid; 18) VDT legislation; 19) Legislative projects; 20) Grain handlers; 21) Indian studies; 22) Borowski #10; 23) Union workers demo; 24) Potash sales (Brazil); 25) Anti-racism; 26) S.F.M. vote (ENS); 27) Cattle yards; 28) CNCP; 29) Sask indian federation; 30) Sol Sanderson - Crown Land; 31) Canadian Fed. of Labour; 32) Central American Indians; 33) Mosquito spraying; 34) School bus accident; 35) Borowski trial; 36) MOSAIC; 37) Borowski #12; 38) Greenhouse tomatoes; 39) Strasbourg bus accident; 40) Various clips. [Note: In French so description taken from tape case]

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 11 April 1983 - 19 April 1983

  • VT R-7635
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  • 1983-04

News Clips: 1) Oil line breaks causing a spill near Regina; 2) Silver Broom curling highlights; 3) Ottawa cuts its money to post secondary education; 4) Silver Broom highlights; 5) Candidates running for the federal Progressive Conservative leadership; 6) City of Regina is applying for a license to sell beer at Saskatchewan Roughriders games; 7) Silver Broom highlights; 8) New location for the Provincial Archives; 9) Silver Broom highlights; 10) David Crombie running for the Progressive Conservative leadership; 11) Student U.N.: Canadian delegate want to show a film on acid rain that has the Americans upset; 12) University of Regina say they are in financial difficulties and are increasing tuition; 13) Firing by social services of employees at a centre for the mentally handicapped in Moose Jaw; 14) People will receive less money for the first 3 months of welfare; 15) Silver Broom highlights; 16) Jet pilots in the armed forces; 17) Interview with football player J.C. Pelusi and general manager John Herrera; 18) SGEU members will get a refund of some money taken off their pay checks that should not have been; 19) Provincial government is against changes to the Crow rate; 20) Law Day to help people understand how the legal system works especially with the introduction of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms; 21) Government wants private development in provincial parks; 22) SGI has its request for a rate increase turned down; 23) Water Division of the Family Farm Improvement Branch will be phased out; 24) Blakeney and Rousseau commenting on SGI rates; 25) Firings at the Valley View Centre for the mentally handicapped; 26) Bob Andrew reaction to the federal budget.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 22 August 1985 - 09 September 1985

  • VT R-7628
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  • 1985

News Clips: 1) Lakeshore Estates Club is having its taxes reassessed; 2) Broadcast hearings to discuss the future of the industry; 3) Dairy workers strike; 4) Courier robbed after leaving a Royal Bank; 5) Regina Symphony Orchestra; 6) Fire in a shed near the MacKenzie Art Gallery; 7) Robbery of a courier; 8) Shots of a baby; 9) Regina Eagles Club has its liquor licence suspended; 10) Youth convention for young people from across Canada; 11) Negotiations with dairy workers; 12) Truck carrying uranium oxide crashes into a train; 13) Trade delegation to go to Hong Kong; 14) Dairy workers strike; 15) World baton twirling champion from Regina; 16) Shoots of a baby in the hospital; 17) Wascana Institute increases its tuition; 18) Dairy talks to end the strike break down; 19) Tornado; 20) Farmers working in the dairies while the strike is on, this means harvesting is behind; 21) This year's crop is very poor due to grasshoppers and drought; 22) Archbishop of Canterbury to visit Pense; 23) Fans at a Saskatchewan Roughriders football game; 24) Look at the labour situation in the province on Labour Day; 25) & 26) Oil upgrader announced; 27) Workers' Compensation Board has a new way of dealing with claims and appeals; 28) Reaction to the announcement of the oil upgrader; 29) Farmers in the south west are told not to cultivate because they will lose even more of their top soil; 30) Commission set up to look at the drug and alcohol problems amongst teens.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 04 June 1985 - 05 July 1985

  • VT R-7625
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  • 1985

News Clips: 1) & 2) French Open tennis tournament; 3) Highlights of a Lakers, Celtics basketball game; 4) Highlights of a Blue Jays, Twins and Oreiles, Angles baseball games; 5) A look at snooker; 6) Nutrition for the Saskatchewan Roughriders; 7) French open tennis tournament; 8) Highlights of Cubs, Pirates baseball game; 9) Highlights of a Blue Jays, Tigers baseball game; 10) Scenes of a boxing match; 11) B.C. Lions training; 12) Highlights of a Blue Jays, Tigers baseball game; 13) French open tennis tournament; 14) Scenes of a boxing match; 15) Track and field; 16) Linebacker Laghyn, playing for the Roughriders; 17) French open tennis tournament; 18) Highlights of a Lakers, Celtics basketball game; 19) Highlights of a Cubs, Pirates baseball game; 20) Highlights of a Expos, Phillies baseball game; 21) Highlights of a Blue Jays, Tigers baseball game; 22) Saskatchewan Roughriders using videos to study games; 23) Forthcoming game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Edmonton Eskimos; 24) Highlights of the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Edmonton Eskimos football game; 25) U.S. Open golf tournament; 26) Women's rowing; 27) Highlights of a Blue Jays, Brewers baseball game; 28) NBA players; 29) Baseball game; 30) Highlights of a Eskimo, B.C. Lions football game; 31) Highlights of the Roughriders, Eskimo and Riders, Calgary football games; 32) North Stars coach; 33) Highlights of an Expos, Pirates baseball game; 34) Young women tennis players; 35) Coach?; 36) Saskatchewan Roughriders coach Jack Gotta; 37) Radio broadcast of a baseball game; 38) Obituary of a former Saskatchewan Roughriders player; 39) Junior national volleyball try out; 40) Rider practice and the selection of the 3rd string quarterback; 41) B.C. Lions practice; 42) Junior national volleyball practice; 43) Explanation of some plays used by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 28 December 1984 - 11 January 1985

  • VT R-7623
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  • 1984-1985

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.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 24 July 1980 - 08 August 1980

  • VT R-7616
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  • 1980

News Clips: 1) Display of antique cars; 2) Inquiry into the Woody Lake fire near Hudson Bay; 3) Buffalo Day exhibition; 4) Regina Pats get a new coach; 5) IPSCO sales are up; 6) Meeting of natives and others effected by the change of flow of the Qu'Applle river; 7) Need for more native teachers; 8) Folk singers from Newfoundland preform in Saskatchewan; 9) Natives meeting over the change in flow of the Qu'Applle river; 10) Crop year; 11) Scenes of the Travellers' Day Parade in Regina; 12) Accusation that the provincial government is trying to influence the Metis elections; 13) SARM lucheon hopped Hazen Argue would annonce changes to the drought aid; 14) Attendance at the Buffalo Day Exhibition was down the year; 15) Forest Fire at Woody Lake near Hudson Bay; 16) Negotiations for a Grassland park; 17) Renovation on the 18th Block Hamilton St.; 18) P.C.B. spill and City Council is concerned about the slowness of the clean up; 19) Accident at City Hall leaves a man dead; 20) City Council meeting, a) Cairns home does not want to build a foot bridge; b) Money to improve garbage collection; 21) & 22) Highlights of a Saskatchewan Rough Riders, Montreal football game; 23) Multi-Modal terminal may not happen because CP wants 9 million dollars and VIA is only offering 1 million; 24) Application by Eldorado Nuclear for a refinery; 25) Romanow commenting of the repatriation of the Constitution; 26) Profile of Roy Romanow; 27) Devine commenting on the increase in utilities rates; 28) Drought aid programs; 29) Recomendations to prevent more bus crashes like the one near Swift Current; 30) Disease effecting dogs.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 30 April 1981 - 15 May 1981

  • VT R-7609
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  • 1981

News Clips: 1) Inmates in the correctional centre are rebuildings motors for $2.00 a day and S.G.I. is selling them for $1000; 2) Golf tips; 3) Comparision of mental health services between Saskatchewan and Ontario; 4) Canada Games held in Thunder Bay; 5) Sheltered workshops for hanidcapped people pay very poorly; 6) Bank of Canada and high interest rates; 7) Radio week promos x3; 8) Rugby; 9) City Council meeting, a) Writing award; b) Pool for Glencarin; c) Subsidy for the Rough Riders; 10) City of Regina passes a noise by-law; 11) How to care for roses and pictures of other flowers; 12) Gasoline and sales taxes; 13) Court case as to whether Ralph Goodale eligible to run in the by-election in Estevan; 14) Saskatchewan Power is buying expensive scrubbers which may cause poor air quality near power plants; 15) Beef stabalization program.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 23 April 1981 - 18 May 1981

  • VT R-7607
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  • 1981

News Clips: 1) People should be encouraged to conserve energy; 2) Government giving grants to assist oil companies; 3) Henry Baker commenting on why Regina is the logical place for the oil upgrader; 4) Bob Andrew commenting on grants to oil companies; 5) Problems at the Meadow Lake lumber mill; 6) Sheltered workshops for the handicapped are paying very low wages; 7) Walter Smishek commenting on a possible inquary into land sale in Kamsak; 8) S.G.I. law suit over the sale of their old building; 9) Husky oil is closing wells in Saskatchewan because it wasn't worth running them due to the provincial royalties structures; 10) Beer commercials on cable t.v.; 11) S.G.I. ; 12) Scott Burger a new member of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders; 13) Government drought relief plan to go to the fall; 14) Building trades dispute; 15) High interest rate and high inflation rates; 16) Saskatchewan Construction Association does not lie the governments hiring policies in the north; 17) Saskatchewan residnets need help dealing with high inflation; 18) Allegations of impropriety at Kamsac; 19) Business opportunities foundation; 20) Scenes of drought conditions; 21) Scenes of farmers seeding their feilds; 22) Bunny the circus elephant; 23) People on the street are asked about the shooting of Pope John Paul II; 24) P.C.'s want the government to call an economic conference; 25) Trial over whether Ralph Goodale had the right to run in the Estevan by-election; 26) Interview with a women who is a practicing psychic; 27) Miller highschool uses computers for their student council election; 28) Closing of the legislative session.

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