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CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 11 Nov. 1972 - 17 Nov. 1972

  • FILM S-145
  • Item
  • 1972-11-11 to 1972-11-17

News: (1) Remembrance Day ceremony, Saskatoon Arena; Senator Sid Buckwold and Mayor Bert Sears in attendance (silent). (2) Saskatoon Wildlife Farm; buffalo, elk, deer (silent). (3) Canadian National Railway train with coal hoppers; Saskatchewan Research Council Engineering Laboratories; oil research lab; research pipelines (colour) (silent). (4) Ray Hnatyshyn and Mayor Sears draw the name to win the "United Way House". (5) City council session; Aldermen Cliff Wright and Glen Penner on city traffic changes. (6) City workers put up Christmas decorations downtown (silent). (7) Pedestrians on the 25th Street Bridge [news item: "Low handrail"] (silent). (8) Children and foreign-language books in a library. (9) Bill Wardell on a brief to be presented by the Federation of Saskatchewan Indians. (10) Dr. Scott on language instruction through colours. (11) Mr. Hashman announces the construction of a new shopping centre. (12) Paul Blasko reports on icing on the CFQC transmitter in North Battleford. (13) Ray Hnatyshyn on the last stretch of the United Way campaign.


John Hall Archer fonds

  • F 235
  • Fonds
  • 1862-2004 (predominant: 1965-2004)

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by John Archer and pertain to activities during the course of his personal life; his research interests and writing projects (his own and those on which he gave advice, made a contribution, or reviewed); his speaking engagements; his involvement in non-governmental organizations and institutions; his appointments on boards and commissions at the local, provincial, regional or national level; his education; and his employment history - in particular his career as a teacher/professor.

The types of records include correspondence, published and unpublished manuscripts, programmes, invitations, clippings and articles, photographs, reports and studies, research materials, subject files, speeches, appointment books, mailing lists, policies and procedures, committee minutes and transcripts, publications, financial reports, and proposals.

The records described in 1985 in old guide GR 358 were listed under forty-seven headings of identification and arrangement.

The accrual to the fonds described in 2006 has been divided into four series: Personal; Subject Files; Organizations; and Appointments, Boards and Commissions.

Archer, John H., 1914-2004


  • FILM R-336
  • Item
  • 1981 or before

Documentary: Examines history and current activities of the Saskatchewan Research Council with emphasis on minerals and water supply. Projects featured include new techniques for ore sample analysis, the development of uses for potash and southern Saskatchewan geological survey. The film includes footage of Dr. Lawrence, Director of Saskatchewan Research Council. Narrated by Chris Higgenbotham. By: DSR

Saskatchewan Research Council

  • Pamphlet File - Saskatchewan Research Council
  • File
  • ca. 1950-1972

Pamphlet for the Saskatchewan Research Council, Province of Saskatchewan, [195-? ]. 3 p.

A Brief History of the Saskatchewan Research Council, 25 Years (1947-1972) by T.E. Warren, 1972. 16 p.

First 25 Years: Saskatchewan Research Council, 1972. Dr. T.E. Warren was the Director of the Saskatchewan Research Council from 1956-1972. 24 p.

Saskatchewan Scene

Illustrated publication written by Earl Johnson and published by James E. Boschman and Associates Consultants Inc., Langham, Saskatchewan. Photography by F-11 Photographic Design Ltd., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Chapter titles as follows: Physiography; Agriculture; Transportation; Communication; Natural Resources; Mineral Resources; Education and Research; Cities; Parks and historic sites; and Saskatchewan at Play.