Railroads - Passenger traffic

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24 HOURS: AMTRACK

  • FILM R-3248.3
  • Item
  • 1994 or before

Interview: Magnetic track and image from an interview with the Vice-president of Amtrak, Alfred Michaud, about the success of Amtrak and compares rail passenger service in Canada and the United States.

CBKT REGINA

24 HOURS: OTTO LANG

  • FILM R-3193.2
  • Item
  • 1994 or before

Interview: Interview with the Minister of Transportation, Otto Lang about rail passenger service in Canada.

CBKT REGINA

A trainload of settlers and their effects arriving at Winnipeg from South Dakota, bound for Yorkton

  • S-C158
  • Item
  • after 1891-05-01

Item is a photo reproduction of a sheet (appearing to promote immigration to Canada) that includes a photograph showing a trainload of settlers from the United States upon their arrival in Winnipeg. Some settlers are shown standing and sitting atop the rail cars with others standing beside the cars, two persons are seated on adjacent rails. Ten of the rail cars have banners affixed to their side; caption below the image identifies the slogans that were used.

CBC (Saskatoon). News clips. 19 Mar. 1976 - 22 Mar. 1976

  • FILM R-1894
  • Item
  • 1976-03-19 to 1976-03-22

NEWS: (1) Report on the options for increasing passsenger service and the problems involved. (2) Scenes from Union Station in Regina. (3) Scenes from a Saskatoon radio talk show about judicial legislation. (4) Report on the decline of pasenger rail service in the West. AD Test Strip reading 1.0 - deterioration has begun. 18/10.00.

CBKST SASKATOON

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 12 January 1979 - 21 March 1979

  • VT R-7551
  • Item
  • 1979

News Clips: 1) Mail boxes are relocated in Regina; 2) New gun control law and psychiatric patients; 3) Clip from a consumer affairs investigation; 4) Use of humidifiers in the winter; 5) The problems with traveling by VIA rail; 6) Saskatchewan needs to standardize its licensing of foreign doctors; 7) Discrimination in the new Education Act; 8) Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) women's basketball awards; 9) Monday store opening in Regina; 10) The question of whether members of the Regina City Police should be allowed to moonlight. 11) Quality of milk from a dairy farm.

CBKT REGINA

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. Dec. 1967

  • FILM S-1760.2
  • Item
  • 1967

News: (1) Bob Hall on train schedules during Christmas holidays. (2) Mrs. Gunn on nurses wages. (3) Concorde jet unvailing ceremony in France (Color). (4) Giles Lee retirement ceremomy from Saskatoon police. (5) Bert Salloum on convention facilities at the Centennial Auditorium. (6) United Chemicals Ltd. opening ceremonies. (7) Muriel Baxter on Christmas donation issue. (8) L. Lozinski on school taxes. (9) Dr. Emson on drunk driving laws. (10) Idylwyld freeway (Passengers P.O.V.). (11) Post office workers. (12) Snow storm in Saskatoon. (13) Ed Gage on Kiwanis home & block Christmas decorating contest. (14) Mrs. Ross celebrates 100th birthday. (15) Dennis Lyons on being stranded in snow storm. (16) William Godsalve on the mill rate. (17) Pipeline manufacturing. (18) Mr. Warner of Sask Tel on phoning long distance on Christmas. (19) Snow removal equipment at work. (20) Jack Byers on new Young Men's Christian Association building. (21) Major Carter on Salvation Army fundraising. (22) Christmas shoppers at Adilman's Department Store. (23) Students protest at Canada Manpower Centre. (24) Home and block Christmas light displays (color). (25) Walter Podiluk on the opening of E.D. Feehan Collegiate. (26) Mr. Goodmanson on Saskatchewan Farmers Union. (27) Christmas lights. (28) Jim Kettles on the importation of firearms. (29) C. Peet on amendments to the criminal code including homosexuality. (30) Workers at E.D. Feehan Collegiate. (31) Traffic accident at Clarence Ave and Circle Dr. (32) Traffic accident on the Broadway Bridge. (33) Holiday travellers at the Saskatoon Train Station. (34) Major Carter on Christmas fundraising. (35) Tommy Lennon on fire safety during Christmas. (36) Sid Buckwold's Christmas greetings. (37) Ross Thatcher and wife Christmas greetings (optical). (38) Louis Brand's Christmas greetings (color). (39) Dr. Gregory on meteorite sightings. (40) Santa Claus greets arriving airplane passengers.

CFQC-TV SASKATOON

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. June 1968 - July 1968

  • FILM S-1775
  • Item
  • 1968-06 to 1968-07

News: (1) Dr. Frazer on increase in dental fees. (2) S. Chrabasz sweepstake winner. (3) Bert Scharfe on bus schedules. (4) Ray Johnson on Pionera. (5) Pionera presentation to R. L. Hanbidge and opening ceremonies. (6) Robert Hawes, Pionera "Pioneer of the Year". (7) British zinc plant. (8) Evelyn Ewards in pioneer dress. (9) Mel Simpson on summer jobs for students. (10) Pionera costume contest. (11) Panacake breakfast outside Canadian National Railway Station. (12) Pionera skating party. (13) Ray Johnson on Pionera attendance figures. (14) Douglas McFarlane on feed supply (optical). (15) Pionera Indian dance? (16) British plane sail yacht. (17) Bert Salloum on "operation red carpet" tourist welcoming program. (18) Otto Lang on being named Minister (Without Portfolio). (19) Guitar playing marathon at Pionera. (20) Sid Buckwold on traffic safety program. (21) Phantom tourist award to Donna Wolfe of Dog 'N Suds. (22) Greek Orthodox Church opening ceremony. (23) Pionera bath tub race. (24) Sister Felicitas speaks at nurses convention. (25) Saskatoon Board of welcome bus travellers. (26) Crane accident at Victoria Place Apartments.(27) Board of Trade welcome air travellers. (28) Sid Buckwold on zoning issue. (29) Bill Milne on sewage disposal plant. (30) Elwood Hart on Pionera midway. (31) Miss Quinn on nursing. (32) Phantom tourist award to Wayne Tebb of the Kinsmen Park Merry-Go-Round. (33) Saskatoon Board of Trade welcomes car and train travellers. (34) Jim Gray on unknown shipping issue. (35) Ivor Flower on possible postal strike. (36) Animals at the Golden Gate Animal Park. (37) George Taylor on water level problem. (38) Sid Buckwold on traffic safety. (39) Cement truck overturns.

CFQC-TV SASKATOON

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