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Buildings and people in Saskatchewan

(1)-(7): unidentified students and Lena (Lee) Warkentin (teacher) of Ashley Park School in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, 1955.

(8): Exterior view of Saskatoon Normal School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, October 1947.

(9)-(11): Unidentified members of Brownies troop in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with unidentified leaders. 196-

(12)-(14): Exterior views of the Church of God, a log building erected around 1927 in the Erwood, Saskatchewan district by a group of white Russians who had immigrated to Canada from Poland.

(15): Exterior view of Erwood Rural School District No. 4927 school, built around 1928 in the Erwood, Saskatchewan district.

(16): Colour postcard of downtown Saskatoon, Saskatchewan issued by The Postcard Factory, Toronto, Ontario. Photo by Ron Garnett. 198-?

(17): Business card for Norm McKay, operator of Great West Garage in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. The card has an image of an automobile parked in front of a red-brick house. 1955?

Buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan

(1)-(4): Postcards published by the B.C. Printing and Litho Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia. Postcards include images of the Saskatchewan Hotel; Normal School; Parliament Buildings; and the corner of College Avenue and Lorne Street with view of house at 2370 Lorne Street.

(5)-(10): Postcards published by Novelty Mfg. and Art Co. Ltd., Montreal, Quebec. Includes views of Regina (aerial view); Hotel Saskatchewan with cenotaph in foreground; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) station; First Baptist Church; Victoria Park and Business Section; and City Hall.

(11): Postcard with side view of Legislative Building looking east [1913 or after].

CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 05 March 1985 - 22 March1985

  • VT R-7595
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  • 1985-03-02

News Clips: 1) Davic Crombie, Minister of Indian Affairs, visits a reserves to discuss native women's rights; 2) Donald Southerland is interviewed; 3) Tommy Douglas' church in Weyburn is relocated; 4) Inquiry into the fire at the Ceasar's Palace restaurant; 5) Tommy Douglas' church is moved; 6) Clifford Olson wants to move to the Prince Albert peniteniary 7) Inquiry into the Ceasar's Palace resaurant fire; 8) Protest over the government not raising the minimum wage; 9) Report on the goals of Saskatchewan's long term education and some recommendations to improve the system; 10) Pioneer Trust closes; 11) Ceasar's Place fire inquiry; 12) Beer law that says home brewers can only share their beer with those living under the same roof; 13) Student employment program; 14) Weather buffer; 15) Grain transportation rates; 16) Richmond place development and sale of lots; 17) Steve Fonyo's run for the Canadian Cancer Society; 18) Residents oppose a proposed gas bar; 19) Pothole problems on Regina's roads; 20) Winter works programs to create jobs; 21) & 22) Sales of the Richmond Place lots; 23) SGEU leaks a letter from the government that suggests there will be layoffs of government workers; 24) Steve Fonyo's run to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society; 25) Trade export show which has representatives from 15 countries; 26) Steve Fonyo's run for cancer research; 27) Bull sale; 28) Sod-turning for MacNeill School; 29) Saskatchewan government is not increasing their share of post-secondary education; 30) & 31) Snow storm in Regina.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 19 February 1985 - 03 March 1985

  • VT R-7627
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  • 1985

News Clips: 1) Survey on how people felt about cruise missile testing in Canada; 2) Fire in an office building on 12th Avenue 3) & 4) The City of Regina had money invested with Pioneer Trust and only some of it is insured; 5) Some native students feel that textbooks in schools are racist; 6) The RCMP and the history of security in Canada, as well as the introduction of CSIS; 7) The University of Regina Cougars women's basketball; 8) News conference with Saskatchewan Roughriders coach Jack Gotta; 9) Uninsured depositors of Pioneer Trust; 10) Progressive Conservative candidate picked to run in the Thunder Creek by-election; 11) City works project; 12) Conference Board predicts that economic growth will be down in all areas; 13) Police want to have shot guns to be in all squad cars; 14) Blind man working for the CNIB running a canteen is being transferred even though he does not want to be; 15) Regina band called Mad Shadows is involved in a talent contest; 16) Senator Barootes making comments; 17) S.A.C.; 18) Legion membership now includes the sons and daughters of veterans; 19) Employment co-op which lets members know about jobs; 20) Saskatchewan's billion dollar debt; 21) Blind man's last day at his canteen job; 22) Grade six's make an architectural model 23) Farmer selling off his cattle herd because the drought has made it too expensive to keep them; 24) News Day promo; 25) Acid spill at the YMCA; 26) Sportsman show and sale; 27) IPSCO always updating its technology but many people have layed off due to the lack of demand for steel; 28) Moose Jaw hobby show and flea market; 29) Saskatchewan Telemiracle; 30) The Brier curling tournament.

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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 22 August 1984 - 30 August 1984

  • VT R-7643
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  • 1984-08

News Clips: 1) Some Saskatchewan candidates running in the federal election; 2) Brian Keples campaign signs are being vandalized as well as some other candidates; 3) The riding of Assiniboia and the election issues there; 4) Fine options by picking vegetables for the Regina Food Bank; 5) Colin Thatcher's appeal for bail; 6) & 7) John Turner's election visits to Regina; 8) Shots of an advanced polling station; 9) A youth convention about television programming for young people; 10) Elections promos; 11) Firefighters are trying to collect information on all the buildings in Regina; 12) Musicians who are playing in a national competition; 13) Ed Broadbent's election visits to Yorkton; 14) The Yorkton/Melville riding, a NDP stronghold; 15) Neighbourhood watch program in north central Regina; 16) & 17) Wildfire on the prairies; 18) First day of school at Judge Bryant School; 19) Highlights of a soccer game; 20) Singing clown who sells pizza; 21) Shot of the space shuttle and some jets; 22) Scenes of windy weather; 23) Highlights of a Cubs, Red Sox baseball game; 24) Embury about Regina and Moose Jaw's water problem and how to finance the improvements; 25) Shots of one of Regina's new garbage trucks.

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