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CBKT (Regina) News Clips. 26 April 1983 - 03 May 1983

  • VT R-7636
  • Item
  • 1983

News Clips: 1) Grant Devine evaluates his government after their first year in office; 2) Saskatchewan Power Corporation (SaskPower) says they need a rate increase; 3) The Canadian educational system is 10 years behind and there should be more time spent on world issues; 4) Increased insurance rates on rented homes; 5) Farm bankruptcies are up 200% across the prairies; 6) Production costs for farming have gone down; 7) Mayor Schneider on a water pipeline; 8) Forest fighting in Saskatchewan; 9) Health fair for senior citizens; 10) Flooding at the Regina Golf Club; 11) Neil Hardy commenting on housing; 12) Regina and Moose Jaw negotiations over the cost of the water pipeline; 13) Neil Hardy making comments regarding Harry Van Mulligan; 14) Tuberculosis testing; 15) Currie on funding for summer jobs; 16) The company who owns the Cluff Lake uranium mine wants to open up five more mines; 17) Van Mulligan against the provincal government's inflation guidelines; 18) Funding for a water pipeline; 19) World's Biggest Garage Sale; 20) Arm wrestling; 21) Antique car show; 22) Condition of the Wascana Golf Course after the winter; 23) Francophones in Saskatchewan suffer funding cutbacks; 24) Regina Humane Society's "Be Kind to Animals Week"; 25) Clean up of the Regina Golf Club; 26) Fund-raiser to help with Joe Borowski's fight against Canada's abortion laws; 27) Women will feel the impact of technological change in the workplace; 28) Paul Schoenhals commenting on a building; 29) Balloons let go from city hall in support of Multiple Sclerosis; 30) Turbo has P.C.B. contaminated oil from Federal Pioneer in Regina; 31) Farmers leasing Crown Land; 32) Discussion about the Crow Rate at a Regina Chamber of Commerce meeting.


CFQC (Television station : Saskatoon, Sask.). News clips. 02 May 1966 - 30 May 1966

  • FILM S-1705
  • Item
  • 1966-05-02 to 1966-05-30

News: (1) Tuberculosis clinic; people innoculated in gym (silent). (2) Consumer credit conference; a lecture audience watches speakers (silent). (3) Mrs. Ackroyd speaks at the consumer credit conference. (4) Board of Trade goodwill tour to Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba (silent). (5) Jaycees Club convention; dinner, guest speakers (silent). (6) Inter- university student council session, University of Saskatchewan (silent). (7) Dog show (silent). (8) Kinsmen Park; children on a merry-go- round, train ride (silent). (9) "Old-timer's" dance (silent). (10) Senior citizen's tea; an audience watches a chorus dressed in "old-time" apparel (silent). (11) Go-go dance at Saskatoon Arena, featuring the musical stylings of "The Keymen" rock ensemble and CFQC radio disk jockey Wal Edwards (silent). (12) High school track and field meet (silent). (13 & 14) Patrick Watson on his program, "This Hour has Seven Days", being renewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. (15) Presentation to a mother and her newborn in the hospital commemorating the arrival of Saskatoon's 120,000th citizen (silent). (16) Massive square dance gathering, Saskatoon Arena (silent). (17) Seperate school parade in Saskatoon (silent). (18) "Phantom Tourist" Board of Trade presentation to an unidentified sales clerk at Woolworth's department store (silent). (19) Fireworks (silent). (20) Civil air defence exercise, Saskatoon Airport; exterior, securing planes; interior, workshop (silent). (21) Fire fighters battle hay fire (silent). (22) Charlie Hay of B.A. Oil on helping to feed the world. (23) Board of Trade dinner and awards presentation at the Hotel Bessborough (silent). (24) Pancake breakfast. (25) Actors rehearse a play in an open-stage theatre (silent). (26) Canadian National Institute for the Blind conference in a conference room (silent). (27) Civil air defence training; people at an airport recover a dropped parachute (silent). (28) Royal Canadian Air Force Cadet inspection and review, Saskatoon Arena (silent). (29) Church service, Saskatoon Arena (silent). (30) Blowing dust, unidentified Saskatoon neighbourhood and downtown (silent). (31) Doug Grant on wind affecting land conditions east of Saskatoon. (32) Unidentified teachers retirement ceremony presentation (silent). (33) Car accident at Preston Avenue and 7th Street (silent). (34) Steve McEachern on a civic holiday for the exhibition. (35) Lightning damage at a house on McKinnon Street (silent). (36) Eagle Keys, coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders football team, on training camp and recruiting. (37) Jim Dunning on recruits for the Roughriders, and on the team. (38) Jack Gotta, assistant coach of the Saskatoon Hilltops, on the Hilltops and the Roughriders. (39 & 40) Eagle Keys on player drafts for the Roughriders, and on football in general.

CFQC-TV Saskatoon

Chasing the Cure

Documentary: Describes the life at Saskatchewan santoria where patients came to be treated for tuberculosis or to "chase the cure." Includes shots of the sanitoria and interviews with former patients, including Cyril Dolman, and staff who reminisce about their experiences. (October 1993)

Dolman, Cyril George, 1913-2004

Dolman, Cyril

Interview: Interview with Cryil Dolman by Donna Caruso. Produced during the making of the documentary CHASING THE CURE, Dolman reminisces about he experiences as tuberculosis patient at the Fort Qu'Appelle Sanitorium (Fort San) and his career as the western and country singer Slim Wilson.

Dolman, Cyril George, 1913-2004

Ferguson, Robert George

  • R-36
  • File
  • ca. 1922-1966

Articles by and about Dr. Robert George Ferguson concerning his work in the field of tuberculosis. File II.2 (pg. 8) relates to Chief Muskeke-o-kemacan.

Fight Tuberculosis

Instructional Film: Depicts dangers of tuberculosis and procedures for its detection and treatment. Includes dramatized sequences and scenes of a comfortable and modern facility at Fort San. Brief scenes also of sanatoriums at Saskatoon and Prince Albert. Video tape copy on VT R-284. By: ??

Fort San historical sketch

Historical sketch entitled, The History of Fort San, written by Nona Kent. Details the history of the Fort Qu'Appelle Sanatorium, located near Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, from the purchase of its land in 1909 to its closure in 1972.

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