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CBC (Saskatoon). News clips. 11 Aug. 1972 - 18 Aug. 1972

  • FILM R-1986
  • Item
  • 1972-08-11 to 1972-08-18

NEWS: (1) Interview with Otto Lang about grain industry. (2) Robert Stanfield holds a press conference. (3) Otto Land. (4) Scenes from a furniture factory. (5) Horse racing in Saskatoon. (6) Changes in laws governing foreing ownership of land. (7) President of University of Saskatchewan Students' Union discusses housing problems for students. (8) Differences between the Federal Plan for land and the Land Bank. (9) Mayor Sears opens new walking bridge (Tessier's Trestle). (10) Interview with a trainer at Marguis Downs in Saskatoon. (11) Labour unrest on a picket line. (12) Problems in pricing for Air Canada flights. (13) Horse - racing in Saskatoon. (14) United Church of Canada general council in Saskatoon. (15) Scenes from the Animal Park in Saskatoon. (16) Problems in exporting grain. (17) Solution to longshoremen strike. (18) Mayor Sears discusses wage levels. (19) Interview with entertainer, Bobby Curtola. A-D Strip test shows no presence of vinegar syndrome - January 13, 2006.

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Pearce, William

  • R-1314.1
  • File
  • ca. 1886 to 1925

Compilation of former pamphlet and clipping collections in the Regina office of the Saskatchewan Archives Board. Includes William Pearce, 1904-1930 (Volume II of study by Dr. E. Alyn Mitchner, Department of History, University of Alberta, 1974). Includes information on the construction of buffalo pounds and Batoche. File 4 relates to half-breed claims (land claims). File 1 includes William Pearce's manuscript regarding the development of the four western provinces, 1925.

Prince Albert River Lots

  • PI-81-19.3 (2)
  • Component
  • 1966

Item component is an article by Lloyd Rodwell that appears in volume 19, issue 3 of Saskatchewan History from page 100 to 110.

Rodwell, Lloyd W.

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