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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 01 February 1982 - 09 February 1982

  • VT R-7597
  • Item
  • 1982-02

News Clips: 1) Cattle dying from malnutrition; 2) Clifford Olson wants to be sent to the Prince Albert peniteniary; 3) Shipping of dangerous goods by rail and accidents; 4) SUMA convention and a new urban act; 5) No one living outside of Saskatchewan can own more then 10 acres of land; 6) Transportation and storage of hazardous substances; 7) Power bills go up and so conservation is important; 8) People on the street are asked how the government is dealing with the economy; 9) Nuclear power discussed at the SUMA convention; 10) SUMA resolutions discussed at the convention; 11) Possiblity of a police strike in Regina at any time; 12) Documentary film about two native foster children; 13) SUMA resolution to ban strikes of essential services; 14) People on the street are asked about at possible police strike; 15) SUMA bearpit session; 16) Task force on the use of UPC and scaners; 17) Blakeney making a speech at the premiers conference; 18) Police negotiations over a new contract; 19) Preservation of heritage sites in Regina and Pierre Berton's comments on it; 20) Grain transportation rates and the crow; 21) Reaction to changes in the crow.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 08 February 1982 - 22 February 1982

  • VT R-7600
  • Item
  • 1982-02

News Clips: 1) Farmers reaction to the change of the crow rate; 2) Jean Luc Pepin in Regina defending changes to the crow rate; 3) Regina City Council, a) University Park flyover; b) Old school board building will not be saved as a heritage building; 4) Ralph Goodale's reaction to changes of the crow rate; 5) Tax show promos; 6) Grain summit cancelled; 7) Churches role in a new Nicaragua; 8) Cancellation of the grain summit because the federal government will not take part; 9) Cabin fever or stress caused by long winters; 10) Home care program helps handicapped and older people; 11) Government anounces changes to the crow; 12) Audition for the Banff School of fine arts; 13) Moose Jaw Union Hospital is no longer performing abortions; 14) Playing hockey and getting a university education; 15) Some people want to save the McCallum-Hill Building as a heritage building but city council voted to allow it to be torn down; 16) Profile on Regina Pats hockey player Dale Derkatch; 17) Scenes of a swim meet; 18) City Council meeting, a) Possible changes to tenders; b) Study on where fire halls are needed; c) Fire safety regulations including smoke detectors in homes; 19) New Democratic Party (NDP) meet to discuss the changes to the crow rate.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 12 January 1982 - 29 January 1982

  • VT R-7599
  • Item
  • 1982-01

News Clips: 1) Ethanol plant in Canora; 2) Mistreatment of cattle leads to their death; 3) Changes to the crow rate; 4) Man stays home to look after the house and children; 5) Recommendation for reforms to the mental health act; 6) Recovery Manor is a follow up to detox programs; 7) Location of the oil upgrader; 8) Saskatchewan man goes to Hondurian refugee camp as an observer; 9) Hopper cars used to transport grain provided by the Saskatchewan Government; 10) & 11) Saskatchewan anti-smoking campaign and a ban on cigarette advertising; 12) City Council meeting;a) University Park's flyover; 13) CBC will not run the anti-smoking ads; 14) Meeting about the Western Power grid; 15) Police strike vote; 16) Highlights of a Regina Pats hockey game; 17) Highlights of a University of Saskatchewan Huskies and University of Regina Cougars hockey game; 18) Costs of running hospitals has increased so the government has increased its funding; 19) Scenes of a snow storm; 20) An increase in native owned business has prompted the organization of an Indian Business Association; 21) CUPE strike in Moose Jaw; 22) Chinese circus will not be coming to Saskatchewan due to poor ticket sales; 23) Chemical spill in a Regina warehouse; 24) Regina emergency measures for dealing with chemical accidents; 25) Backlog of grain being transported due to cold weather.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 17 March 1982-23 March 1982

  • VT R-7598
  • Item
  • 1982-03

News Clips: 1) Blakeney commenting on oil and the upgrader; 2) Blakeney commenting on hospitals; 3) Poor domestic car sales, and some blame it on to many Japanese imports; 4) Recreational facilities have to pay high power bills; 5) Interview with Ed Tchorzewski about the provincial budget; 6) SGEU protest over new classification; 7) The new budget makes the government look good going into an election; 8) Comments by Ed Tchorzewski; 9) "Up With People" musical group is made up of young people from all over the world; 10) P.C. and Liberal reaction to the budget; 11) Prime Minister Trudeau arrives in Regina; 12) Demonstration in front of the Centre of the Arts for the Prime Minister; 13) & 14) Prime Minister Trudeau's visit to Regina; 15) Commercials for A-1 Aquarium; 16) Scenes of free style skiing; 17) Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's campaign over its position on changes to the crow; 18) Shragge's Journal wins a Prix Anik award; 19) Initial grain payments; 20) Report about changes to the crow; 21) Question of government interference in egg marketing; 22) People on the street are asked about violence in junior hockey; 23) Responce of the government to the charge of governmental interference; 24) CUPE hospital workers vote to strike.

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

  • VT R-7607
  • Item
  • 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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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 29 August 1980 - 25 September 1980

  • VT R-7601
  • Item
  • 1980

News Clips: 1) Chinese farmers in Saskatchewan to learn Saskatchewan farming techniques; 2) Labour Day celebrations in Wascana Park; 3) Highlights of a Saskatchewan Roughriders, Winnipeg Blue Bombers football game; 4) Scenes of Labor Day celebrations in Wascana Park; 5) Farmer still working on his homestead land 75 years later; 6) Saskatchewan Roughriders preparation for the Ottawa game; 7) City Council meeting, a) University Park flyover; 8) & 9) Roy Romanow discussing the repatriation of the constitution; 10) City Council meeting, a) University Park flyover; b) Kentucky Fried Chicken store approved; c) Hamilton Hotel to be demolished to make way for the Cornwall Centre; d) Highland Curling Club needs financial help; 11) to 13) Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary Celebrations; 14) Regina Pats training camp; 15) An escaped prisioner thought to be in a house on Rae Street in Regina; 16) Auditors make a mistake; 17) University Park flyover; 18) Proposed shopping centre for Fleet Street 19) City Council meeting, a) Flyover for University Park will not be built; b) Fleet Street shopping mall; 20) Regina Chamber of Commerce feels that there is a need for a Better Business Bureau; 21) First minister conference on the constitution; 22) Proposed to hold concerts at Taylor Field; 23) to 26) Commercials for Winnibago Country; 27) Speech at a Rotary Club luncheon; 28) Survey in Saskatchewan show there is some discontentment; 29) & 30) Changes to the crow rate; 31) Saskatchewan Land Bank has a back log of applications to buy land.

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CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 06 Nov. 1973 - 08 Nov. 1973

  • FILM S-231
  • Item
  • 1973-11-06 to 1973-11-08

News: (1) Press conference or workshop(?); an audience, partially consisting of reporters and senior citizens, listens to a panel of speakers [news item: "Senior citizens"] (silent). (2) Premier Blakeney in cabinet, on providing a grant for civic services. (3 & 4) Gordon MacMurchy on grants to the University of Saskatchewan; on amendments to the Teacher Bargaining Act. (5) Owen Buss news item on a conference at the Bessborough Hotel addressing senior citizen's needs and issues. (6) "Welcome to North Battleford" sign and North Battleford City Hall exteriors (colour) (silent). (7) North Battleford industrial park; various building exteriors, a new residential subdivision (colour) (silent). (8) Wayne Rorke interviews Frank Clements on various issues concerning the development and growth of North Battleford. (9) Dave Steuart on women running for positions in the Saskatchewan Liberal Party. (10) Ernest Sangret, North Battleford city assessor, on unidentified matters.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 15 Dec. 1972 - 22 Dec. 1972

  • FILM S-150
  • Item
  • 1972-12-15 to 1972-12-22

News: (1) David Keith on the working conditions of teachers. (2) Gordon MacMurchy on the government's role in teacher bargaining. (3) Salvation Army toy depot; exterior, interiors; displays, storage area (silent). (4 - 6) Alfred Greve, the Mayor of Lanigan (?), speaking to a group in the Lanigan town hall (silent); interview with Mr. Greve on combining rural municipality functions with nearby R.M.'s; Town of Lanigan/R.M. ofUsborne office (silent). (7) Bert Salloum on tax increases. (8) St. Mary'sSavings and Credit Union, exteriors; over exposed interiors [news item: "Robbery at..."] (silent). (9) Saskatoon Airport; exteriors, interiors (generally over exposed) (silent). (10) Houses decorated with Christmas lights and figures (silent). (11) City council session; Mayor Bert Sears on a conversation with the Deputy Minister of Industry. (12) Hafford, Saskatchewan; a minister leads Christmas carollers in song on the street(silent). (13) Environment Canada weather forecasters at work (silent).(14) People boarding chartered buses, bound for an undisclosed location (silent). (15) Santa makes a "Phantom Tourist" presentation in a car dealership (silent). (16) Bishop Klein school, outdoor nativity scene and decorations (silent).

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 15 Mar. 1973 - 16 Mar. 1973

  • Film S-166
  • Item
  • 1973-03-15 to 1973-03-16

News: (1) University of Saskatchewan College of Education displays; booths, equipment demonstrations, classrooms, etc. (silent). (2) Gordon MacMurchy on Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences campuses and education decentralization. (3) Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalites representative on upgrading grain transportation. (4) House fire aftermath on Jessop Avenue; fire fighters on scene (silent). (5) Otto Lang speaking at the S.A.R.M. convention, on farm production. (6) Roy Romanow on a bill for tenant's rights. (7) Mock trial; youths/young adults take the place of court staff in a courtroom. (8) Mr. Mitchell on government restrictions for unspecified matters. (9) Mayor Bert Sears opening the C.D. McGaul power substation. (10) Jack MacLeod, Saskatoon Blades coach, on the Western Junior Hockey League playoffs. (11) Jack Messer on the service provided by the Department of Agriculture. (12) Mr. Sanderson, coach of the University of Saskatchewan men's track and field team, on the previous track season.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 17 Nov. 1972 - 23 Nov. 1972

  • FILM S-146
  • Item
  • 1972-11-17 to 1972-11-23

News: (1) Lawyer's dinner; an audience listens to head table speakers (silent). (2) An audience listens to Premier Allan Blakeney speak at a New Democratic Party function (silent). (3) Peter Zakreski on industrial and recreational development (silent). (4) Saskatchewan School Trustees Association convention; registration table, audience listening to a speaker (silent). (5) George Slater on instruction available in schools. (6) Audience listening to Mr. Slater. (7) Saskatoon downtown streets (silent). (8) B'nai B'rith banquet, award presentation, and speeches (silent). (9 & 10) Gordon MacMurchy on teachers' collective bargaining, and education. Mr. MacMurchy on teachers' relations boards. (11) Saskatchewan School Trustees Association convention delegates listening to Mr. MacMurchy (silent). (12) Ed Chynoweth on supporting the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and the United Appeal. (13) Mayor Bert Sears presents an award and receives a certificate from a representative of the United Nations (silent). (14) "Phantom Tourist" Board of Trade presentation to Bud Smith at his department store.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

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