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CANADIAN NATIONAL TRAIN WRECK

  • FILM R-1493.3
  • Item
  • 197-?

Film report: Scenes of a Canadian National train wreck at an unknown location.

CBKST SASKATOON

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 05 January 1978 - 08 March 1978

  • VT R-7476
  • Item
  • 1978

News Clips:1) The introduction of cable television in Saskatchewan; 2) Regina city council meeting; 3) to 7) Eric Berntson suspension from the legislature; 8) Progressive Conservative Party's election expenses; 9) Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) convention: 10) Expansion of Taylor Field is announced, scenes of the construction are included; 11) Fire of warehouse, location unknown; 12) Train derailment,location unknown; 13) The aftermath of a snow storm in Regina; 14) Need for a new Lieutenant Governor in Saskatchewan; 15) Regina Pats hockey team; 16) Irwin McIntosh, Lieutenant Governor, makes an address at a teachers' convention; 17) Joey Smallwood makes a speech on national unity; 18) Saskatchewan Government Employees' Association (SGEA) strike, walk out at the land titles office; 19) Farm forum on income security and competitiveness of farming world wide; 20) SGEA strike, more walk out by the union; 21) Bear pit session at the University of Regina with Premier Allan Blakeney; 22) Opening of the Legislature; 23) SGEA strike, demonstration at the Legislature; 24) to 25) Reaction to the provincial budget.

CBKT REGINA

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 05 October 1983 - 10 October 1983

  • VT R-7546
  • Item
  • 1983-10-05 to 1983-10-10

News Clips: 1) Committee on Senate reform in Regina to gather suggestions; 2) 5% salary increase for city workers; 3) Salaries for the government's executive staff; 4) Scenes of a baseball game between Phillie and the Dodgers; 5) Conference to be held for volunteers; 6) Larry Schneider commenting on a tractor company locating in Saskatoon rather than Regina; 7) Rosemont School holds a run to raise money; 8) Scenes of a high school football game; 9) White Farm Equipment; 10) Moose Jaw city workers want an increase in their wages; 11) Strike at the Moose Jaw Co-op store; 12) Gas truck hit by a train; 13) Report on crops, which are better than average this year; 14) Scenes of a baseball game between the Oriols and the Sox.; 15) Show dealing with business opportunities; 16) ESSO donates money to the United Way in Regina; 17) Highlights of a Regina Rams football game; 18) Ukrainian Canadians remember those who died in the famine; 19) Youth Parliament 20) Regina's 9th Annual Octoberfest; 21) Scenes of heavy fog at the Regina airport; 22) "Thankful Things"; 23) Residents in White City do not want the area developed; 24) Shragg's Journal promo; 25) Interview with native teens who have dropped out of school; 26) Christmas late night shopping; 27) Commercial development in provincial parks; 28) City council meeting, a) Natives upset with the lack of support for their recreation; b) Children's rehabilitation centre at MacLoad school; 29) Scenes of girls' high school soccer; 30) Battered women in rural Saskatchewan; 31) Fire at Canadian Tire in north Regina; 32) Embury water; 33) Beavers in Wascana Park; 34) Not enough beds in public nursing homes so many people have to go to private unregulated ones; 35) Scenes of a girls' high school volleyball game; 36) Faculty at the University of Regina respond to the Minister of Education's remark on them not being overworked; 37) Jack Sangster, coach of the Brandon Wheat Kings, commenting on his team.

CBKT REGINA

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 18 October 1983 - 23 October 1983

  • VT R-7562
  • Item
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Governor General Ed Schreyer addresses a conference on "Life on the Canadian prairies in 2003"; 2) Stinger I.D.'s of football players; 3) New session of the Saskatchewan legislature; 4) Comments made by Allan Blakeney on Saskatchewan's economic development; 5) Scenes of flooded streets in Regina and the cost of damage to home owners; 6) Promo for Shragge's Journal; 7) Air Canada crash; 8) & 9) Moose Jaw Canucks hockey team; 10) Questions about the railroads ability to respond to rail accidents; 11) Reassessment of land taxes in Regina; 12) Salary of the Labour Board Chairman; 13) Canadian Legion convention votes in favour of capital punishment; 14) Cattle being sold to Bulgaria; 15) Obituary of Marg Mitchell; 16) Bently - Johnson murders; 17) Weeks week; 18) Henry Taube wins a Nobel Prize for Chemistry; 19) Grant Devine returns from a trade trip to China; 20) The oil industry is doing well in Saskatchewan; 21) Police negotiations for a new contract; 22) High school football; 23) S.A.R.M. concern about Hutterites; 24) People who have baby sitters come into their homes for more than 15 hours a week should be contributing to Unemployment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) 25) & 26) Saskatchewan Roughriders scouting universities; 27) High school girls' volleyball; 28) Amnesty International in Canada; 29) Larry Schneider comments on prostitution in Regina; 30) Scenes of a coin show; 31) Workshop on home energy use; 32) Peace demonstration in Fort Qu'Applle, Saskatoon and Regina; 33) Greenhouse in Regina that is growing produce; 34) Truman house for children with special needs; 35) Small business week; 36) Department of the Environment meeting with the public; 37) Regina Humane Society's new animal shelter; 38) Ski show; 39) Opening of the new Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) building.

CBKT REGINA

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 01 Jan. 1965 - 26 Jan. 1965

  • FILM S-1690
  • Item
  • 1965-01-01 to 1965-01-26

News: (1) New years baby. (2) Army social gathering. (3) Fire at Humbolt dairy. (3) Break-in at Western Grocers. (4) Swearing in of Saskatoon Aldermen. (5) Traffic accident. (6) Winter in Saskatoon. (7) Lorne Carr on employment. (8) R.C. Baxter on new shopping centre. (9) Train accident at Asquith. (10) Joe Young on the restaurant industry in Saskatoon. (11) Mexicans arrive at Saskatoon Airport. (12) Saskatoon City Council meeting. (13) Farm & Home Week at University of Saskatchewan. (14) Dr.W.J. White on farming. (15) Federal Minister of Agriculture Joe Greene.(16) Farm machinery display. (17) Joe Greene on dairy industry. (18) Martin Pederson on by-election in Bengough. (19) Meat grading at University of Saskatchewan. (20) Mr. Rosenfeldt on Jaycees winter festival.(21) Hospital convention. (22) Oscar Brand visits Saskatoon City Hall.(23) Sherbrooke nursing home for the aged. (24) Mr. Egnatoff on building schools. (25) Dr. Norman Ward on unknown issue. (26) Oscar Brand andothers in concert. (27) Aden Bowman Collegiate presents cheque to UNICEF. (28) Saskatchewan Trucking Association convention. (29) Winter Carnival parade in Humbolt. (30) Construction crane. (31) Mexican kids skating. (32) Opening of Aden Bowman auditorium ?

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 01 July 1979 - 04 July 1979

  • FILM S-1418
  • Item
  • 1979-07-01 to 1979-07-04

Newsclips: (1 to 3) People visiting Batoche. Reporter Sandi Coleman. (4) Mr. Taylor on running for leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan? (5) Car/train accident. (6 & 7) Mr. Pierre of/on unidentified group(Metis?) at Batoche. (8 & 9) Canada Day celebrations in downtown Saskatoon. (10 to 13) Sandi Coleman reports on boat safety. Mr Asher on boat safety. Boating on the South Saskatchewan River at Saskatoon. (14) Christine Pastershank on education at University of Saskatchewan. (15) Beer bottle returning depot and liquor store footage. (16 to 18) John Diefenbaker talks about Pierre Elliot Trudeau.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 01 June 1974 - 05 June 1974

  • FILM S-311
  • Item
  • 1974-06-01 to 1974-06-05

Item is a recording of news clips: (1) Gas-masked potash rescue workers go through a rescue drill (silent). (2) Owen Buss interviews Eugene Whelan on grain and hog producer programs. (3) Owen Buss interviews Otto Lang on the price to farmers of inland grain terminals. (4) A building on Idylwyld Drive is torn down (silent). (5) Duncan Farmer on problems faced by village volunteer fire departments. (6) Ed Kelly interviews Mr. Zyloway on interm payments made to farmers. (7) Mr. Bullock on banks that fund capital investment to small business. (8) Arthur Knight on the Separate School Board naming a new school after St. Augustine. (9) The chair of the Separate School Board on new classroom space to handle additional students. (10) Wrecked and burning train near Balgonie, Saskatchewan (silent). (11) Owen Buss at the Court Huse, on the verdict in the Joseph MacDonald case.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 02 Nov. 1977 - 04 Nov. 1977

  • FILM S-1001
  • Item
  • 1977-11-02 to 1977-11-04

NEWS: (1) Cynthia Unger is interviewed about a bank robbery in Hague. (2) Barry Klapativic is interviewed about a bank robbery in Hague. (3) Stand up report on the Hague bank robbery. (4) Mr. Langlois is interviewed about rental rates for school facilities. (5) Silent footage from the Hague bank robbery story. (6) Silent footage of Mr. Langlois and Saskatoon school facilities. (7) Silent footage of a sidewalk construction safety cover [at the Sturdy Stone building] that has fallen over. (8) Silent footage of a car train accident. (9) Silent footage of a gas station fire in Saskatoon. (10) Dr. [G.E.] Lee talks about agricultural prices. (11) Mr. Embury talks about the Saskatchewan Liberal Party's policies. (12) Otto Lang talks about keeping police forces at arms length from elected politicians.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

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