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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 24 January 1984 - 01 February 1984

  • VT R-7560
  • Item
  • 1984

News Clips: 1) Proposed store and apartment next to Grace Lutheran Church is turned down by city council; 2) Jo-Anne Robert, a woman involved in karate; 3) Strike at the Co-op store in Moose Jaw; 4) Discrimination towards natives in the education system; 5) Hilter documents found in B.C; 6) Problems at the Moose Jaw stockyards; 7) Eviction notices for some tenants at the Maple Lodge apartments in Regina; 8) Highlights of a Regina Pats, Saskatoon Blades hockey game; 9) Trudeau Exhibition at a Regina art gallery; 10) Scenes of different sporting events, including cross country skiing, weight lifting, wrestling and basketball; 11) Wayne Gretzky misses a goal; 12) Communist party as an alternative to mainstream parties; 13) Irene McCougherty paints pictures of Southern Alberta; 14) Highlights of a Regina Pats, Calgary hockey game; 15) Newsday Promo; 16) Economic development agreement to provide federal money to the province; 17) SUMA convention; 18) Ringette played by girls in Saskatchewan; 19) Dynamite scare; 20) Rainbow Youth Centre; 21) Crime watch program in rural areas; 22) Senate reform; 23) Troubles faced by farmers are partly due to poor accounting; 24) Meeting over the proposed closure of R.J. Davidson school; 25) Alvin Law visits schools to show them what disabled people can do; 26) Dangerous goods transportation act; 27) Regina Crime Stoppers program.


CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 28 May 1985 - 10 September 1985

  • VT R-7626
  • Item
  • 1985

News Clips: 1) P.M. Johnson promises - Rxns; 2) Happy hour - Hotels; 3) Drug abuse; 4) Lanigan mine layoffs; 5) & 6) Tremblay decision; 7) Supreme court; 8) French nursery schools; 9) Monseigneur de Laval; 10) Librairie Fransaskoises; 11) Sask analysis - bilodeau; 12) St. Louis centennial; 13) Uranium sales; 14) Gold mine; 15) Mid-wifery; 16) Dairies; 17) French trail. [Note: In French so description taken from tape case]


CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 15 Jan. 1973 - 20 Jan. 1973

  • FILM S-154
  • Item
  • 1973-01-15 to 1973-01-20

News: (1) Y.W.C.A. presentations to mothers and their new-born babies at the hospital [news item: "Y-Week babies"] (silent). (2) Unidentified farmer and his wife in their house [news item: "Land Bank acquisition"] (silent). (3) Unspecified school gym assembly and attending dignitaries for an addition opening; variety routines, ribbon cutting ceremony, a new classroom (silent). (4) Dr. Haakonson on physician-prescribed contraception. (5) Mayor Bert Sears and Peter Haymen, the British High Commissioner (silent). (6) Peter Haymen on Canadian exports. (7) Joseph Phelps on senior citizens' involvment in an unnamed commission. (8) Mrs. Taylor on her on cases of discrimination examined by the Human Rights Commission. (9) Ceramics exhibition and patrons in a studio space (silent). (10) Sea cadets parade and review, Armoury Building (silent).(11) Cal Udell on coordinating transport of barley. (12) Truck drivers andothers sitting in an audience for the annual Trucking Association Convention (silent). (13) Trucking safety awards; people receive awards ata dinner (silent).

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 16 Nov. 1973 - 17 Nov. 1973

  • FILM S-234
  • Item
  • 1973-11-16 to 1973-11-17

News: (1) George Bowerman on city council salaries. (2) Grand opening, City Savings and Trust Company; exteriors, interiors, Mayor Bert Sears cuts the ribbon; offices, employees at work (silent). (3) Thomas Gray on parent's involvement in schools. (4) Premier Allan Blakeney on the New Democratic Party convention. (5) Ed Kelly interviews Thora Wiggins on the N.D.P. convention, and on getting more women involved in the party. (6) Senator David Croll on underfunding of social security. (7) Mr. Belzburg on construction and subdivision work. (8) Mr. Hewitt on N.D.P. internal policies, speaking at the N.D.P. convention.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 27 June 1978 - 29 June 1978

  • FILM S-1156
  • Item
  • 1978-06-27 to 1978-06-29

News: (1) Ms. Fortosky (silent). (2) School yard and school bus (silent). (3) House fire aftermath (silent). (4 to 6) Mr. Mckay on the uranium industry in Saskatoon. (7) Alex MacEachen on Otto Lang. Otto Lang makes speech. (8) Alex MacEachen on unknown subject. (9) Cutaway shots of crowd etc. at Otto Lang dinner. (10 & 11) Mr. Phillips on crime prevention.(12) Cliff Wright on Otto Lang. (13 to 15) Mr. Hagglund on airport administration. (16) Airport interiors and exteriors (silent). (17) Houses (silent). (18) Les Henry on soil drought. (19) Les Henry (silent).

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

Cadillac School: Let's Keep It!

  • TR-258
  • Item
  • 1996

Copy of brief submitted by Jerry Cooper, chairman of the Cadillac Local School Board relating to the proposed closure of Cadillac School in Cadillac, Saskatchewan. The brief includes submissions from various individuals and organizations, including the Village of Cadillac; Talia St. Jacques; Cadillac Handicapped Fund; Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Committee; Cody and Dixie Kendall; Canadian Legion, Cadillac Branch; Therese St. Jacques; Yvette Cote; Home and School; Pete and Helen Peters; Bertha Tinant; Cadillac United Church Women; Steve Holenski; Adrien and Nora Tinant; Cadillac Catholic Womens League; Shannon and Randy Fischer; Cadillac Historical Society; Cadillac CGIT; Lacelle Bros.; Cadillac History Book Society; School Comparison Committee; Committee to Meet with Prairie West Board; Cadillac 50-50; School Financial Committee; Teachers; Bus Drivers; Hall Board; and Luanne Hancock.

Canada's Diamond Jubilee celebration in Waldheim, Saskatchewan

  • S-B6961 to S-B6962
  • Item
  • copied 1981 (originally created 1927-07-01)

Views of crowd of people gathered in front of Waldheim School to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Canada's Confederation. Mennonite Brethren Church is seen is S-B6962.

Celebrating 100 Years of Catholic Education in Saskatoon

  • MI-13502
  • Item
  • 2001

A commercially-produced video commemorating the centennial (1911-2011) of Catholic education in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The video chronicles the history of Catholic education in the city from the establishment of St. Paul's Roman Catholic School District #20 in 1911, through the years of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Separate School Division #20 (commonly referred to as Saskatoon Catholic Schools), to the formation of the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools. Included are archival images of key personnel responsible for the Division's administration, and of the schools established throughout the Division's history. Celebrating 100 Years of Catholic Education in Saskatoon was produced by Brendan Bitz, Dave Elder and Robin Mitchell.

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