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Indians

  • FILM S-2381
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 2006 or before

News compilation: 1) Mr. Blasko reports that the regional supervisor of Indian agencies in Saskatchewan, J. D. McGilp, is hopeful that Indian childcare will come up to the standard of non-Indian children. 2) W. Bellegarde of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indians speaks about the need for a special school for Indians coming off reserve to live in the city. 3) Dr. Zenon Pohorecky speaks about the Indians' negative view of white Canadians. 4) Malcolm Norris, president of the Métis Association, says that the organization is proof of Métis abilities to organize themselves in a democratic fashion. 5) Don Neilson states that education is the key to Métis and Indian assimilation. 6) Sidney Fineday and Mr. Favel are interviewed about the needs and condition of the Indian. 7) Dave Newsham speaks about Indian treaty rights. 8) Chief Nicotine speaks about the lack of action from the Department of Indian Affairs on Indian standard of living. 9) Sidney Fineday favours moving the Mistaseni Stone located at Elbow, away from the site of flooding from the Gardiner Dam. He is sure that the Plains Cree and the Assiniboine nations would be in favour. 10) Dr. Zenon Pohorecky tells the story of how the rock gained significance in Indian worship. 11) Footage of unidentified people examining the 400 ton Mistaseni rock at Elbow, Dec. 11, 1965. (silent) 12) Dr. Zenon Pohorecky speaks about a special board to investigate standards at Indian hospitals. 13) Footage of participants at the Indian seminar at the University of Saskatchewan, Aug. 11, 1966. (silent) 14) Dr. Howard Adams talks about the speakers that will be at the Indian and Eskimo conference in Saskatoon, March 17, 1967. 15. Dr. Howard Adams says, at a press conference, that native history needs to be considered in a positive light. 16) Footage of the reburial of Chief Poundmaker on the Poundmaker reserve. Ernie comments on the ceremony and the surrounding battle site. Unidentified scientists comment about the exhumation and what was found out about Poundmaker. 17) Dr. Howard Adams comments about the Indian and Métis Jamboree being held at Duck Lake, June 6, 1967. 18) Footage of floats and spectators at the Indian and Métis Jamboree parade. Shots of people in native dress are included, June 10, 1967. (silent) 19) Dr. Howard Adams says that Indian and Métis committees will discuss grievances with the government. 20) Mr. Gallarneault says that an Indian and Métis friendship centre is needed in Saskatoon. 21) Mr. Gallarneault discusses the reasons why an Indian and Métis friendship centre id needed in Saskatoon. 22) Footage of participants at the Indian and Métis conference in Saskatoon, Oct. 30, 1967. (silent) 23) Dr. Howard Adams speaks about the importance for native people to demand equal rights. 24) Footage of the opening of the Indian and Métis Friendship Centre, Feb. 28, 1968. (silent) 25) Dr. Howard Adams feels the formation of their own political party will help Indian and Métis people gain the consideration of the provincial government. March 21, 1968. 26) Dr. Howard Adams speaks about the native council that has been formed to handle Indian and Métis grievances. 27) Dr. Howard Adams feels that the federal government should take immediate action to initiate legislation to improve Indian and Métis conditions. 28) Buffy Sainte-Marie, on TV8, says Indians are ready to make life better for themselves. 29) Mr. Estey suggests that persons of Indian ancestry should be employed in the new Indian Affairs Department. 30) Val Night, is shown carrying a large cross and walking alone on a highway, during an Indian protest walk, Apr. 24, 1969. 31) Footage of the opening of the Big Bear Art Gallery. Exterior of the building, paintings, artifacts, crafts and spectators are shown, Apr. 27, 1969. 32) Dr. Howard Adams states that Métis unemployment, housing and self determination are major issues governments must deal with.

CFQC-TV

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 24 October 1978 - 31 October 1978

  • VT R-7483
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1978

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).

CBKT REGINA

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 12 March 1980 - 28 March 1980

  • VT R-7521
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1980-03-12 to 1980-03-28

News Clips: 1) Proposed Orion medical centre; 2) Saskatchewan provincial budget; 3) Cutbacks in the provincial civil service; 4) Budget of Saskatchewan; 5) Comments on a hockey game between the University of Regina Cougars and the University of Calgary; 6) Highlights of hockey games between the University of Alberta vs. University of Calgary and the University of Regina vs. University of Moncton; 7) City seminar covering such topics as the mill rate, industrial development and water sources; 8) Highlights of hockey games between University of Alberta vs. Concordia University and the University of Regina vs. Gulph University; 9) Highlights of a hockey game between University of Regina and University of Alberta; 10) Dennis Ham declares he will sit as an independent; 11) Comments about the defection of Progressive Conservative MLA's to sit as independents; 12) Education program for natives; 13) Women's organization says there is a need for paternity leave; 14) Market information on the need for uranium; 15) Facade of the Bank of Commerce; 16) Herman Rolfes, Minister of Health, giving misleading information; 17) Artist in Hudson Bay; 18) City Concil meeting where there is a discussion of the mayor's and aldermen's salaries; 19) Uranium markets; 20) Storing ot the soil contaminated in the PCB spill; 21) Allan Blakeney comments on Quebec and seperation; 22) Foreign ownership of farm land is pushing up the price of the land; 23) Religion in the public school; 24) City council meeting regarding housing taxes and those people who owe back taxes; 25) Provinces who have surplus energy should sell its to those who do not.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 16 January 1983 - 22 January 1983

  • VT R-7558
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Big Brothers skate and interview with those involved with the program; 2) Resignation of Colin Thatcher; 3) Budget recommendation for cuts to the justice system; 4) Home grants available which are effecting the construction industry; 5) Demonstration against pornography on pay television 6) Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (S.C.I.C.) has some funding problems; 7) Pay television channels coming to Saskatchewan; 8) Protest against Playboy programs on First Choice; 9) Mr. Borowski wants to use the bill of rights to protect human fetuses ahd the Canadian Civil Liberties Association want to protect the right of women to have abortions; 10) Reaction to the budget cuts to the justice system; 11) Native demonstration over education; 12) & 13) Sask Media dissolved; 14) Old Timers hockey; 15) Water pipelines; 16) Meetings between government and private sector; 17) Lack of funding for native education; 18) Western Agricultural Conference and the concern over a world price war over wheat; 19) Change to the Saskatchewan electoral boundaries; 20) Problems with the health care system for disabled and elderly people; 21) Prediction that this should be a record year for R.R.S.P.'s; 22) Province wants jurisdiction over pay t.v.; 23) By-election called for the Prince Albert Duck Lake riding; 24) Cost of commercial trucking; 25) Protest by farmers over proposed dump site; 26) & 27) Murder of Joanne Wilson, former wife of Colin Thatcher; 28) CBC sports promo; 29) & 30) Murder of Joanne Wilson.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 24 January 1984 - 01 February 1984

  • VT R-7560
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1984

News Clips: 1) Proposed store and apartment next to Grace Lutheran Church is turned down by city council; 2) Jo-Anne Robert, a woman involved in karate; 3) Strike at the Co-op store in Moose Jaw; 4) Discrimination towards natives in the education system; 5) Hilter documents found in B.C; 6) Problems at the Moose Jaw stockyards; 7) Eviction notices for some tenants at the Maple Lodge apartments in Regina; 8) Highlights of a Regina Pats, Saskatoon Blades hockey game; 9) Trudeau Exhibition at a Regina art gallery; 10) Scenes of different sporting events, including cross country skiing, weight lifting, wrestling and basketball; 11) Wayne Gretzky misses a goal; 12) Communist party as an alternative to mainstream parties; 13) Irene McCougherty paints pictures of Southern Alberta; 14) Highlights of a Regina Pats, Calgary hockey game; 15) Newsday Promo; 16) Economic development agreement to provide federal money to the province; 17) SUMA convention; 18) Ringette played by girls in Saskatchewan; 19) Dynamite scare; 20) Rainbow Youth Centre; 21) Crime watch program in rural areas; 22) Senate reform; 23) Troubles faced by farmers are partly due to poor accounting; 24) Meeting over the proposed closure of R.J. Davidson school; 25) Alvin Law visits schools to show them what disabled people can do; 26) Dangerous goods transportation act; 27) Regina Crime Stoppers program.

CBKT REGINA

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 02 February 1984 - 08 February 1984

  • VT R-7573
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1984-02

News Clips: 1) Indian lands; 2) Pay tv; 3) Regina Arts Board; 4) Gerry Hart; 5) Key Lake study; 6) Youth program; 7) Garbage robot; 8) Heavy oil; 9) Civil security; 10) Molgat senate; 11) Native schools; 12) Farm fuel; 13) Chronic health; 14) Bowling; 15) Martin daycare; 16) Devine; 17) School trustees meeting; 18) Thiabault manufacture; 19) Gerontology; 20) Fraud proceedings; 21) Unemployment; 22) Horner reaction; 23) Indians; 24) & 25) Key Lake; 26) Indians; 27) Heart fund; 28) Henri Bergeron; 29) Mental health; 30) Cattle breeding; 31) Hong Kong; 32) Alcohol; 33) Sangss. [Note: In French so description taken from tape case]

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NORTEP

  • VT R-6071
  • Unidad documental simple
  • between 1970 and 1989

Video report: The program explains NORTEP (Northern Teacher Education Program), a program designed to educate Natives in northern Saskatchewan to be teachers to work in northern communities. Includes interviews with NORTEP staff and students. (SASKMEDIA video tapes A 123).

SASKMEDIA

TWO CULTURES - ONE PURPOSE

  • VT R-6079.2
  • Unidad documental simple
  • between 1970 and 1989

Cultural documentary: This programme looks at a number of issues that should be adressed to help Indians adapt to lifestyles and situations they find when moving into an urban environment from a reserve. (SASKMEDIA video tape A 133).

SASKMEDIA

Newly-built Indian school; principal Rev. H. Ellis

  • R-A5639 (1)-(2)
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1926

(1): Exterior view of the Anglican Indian Industrial School near Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

(2): Reverend H. Ellis, principal of the Onion Lake Indian Industrial School, standing next to an automobile parked in a field.

24 HOURS: NATIVE AID

  • FILM R-3402.1
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1994 or before

Interview: Interview with Don Keith about urban native children in schools.

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