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Cooperation and its Adaptation to Our Circumstances

Booklet containing a published letter to farmers of western Canada, written by E.A. Partridge of Sintaluta, Assiniboia District, North-West Territories. In his letter, Partiridge proposes the initiation of a co-operative joint stock company for the purposes of buying, selling and brokering of seed grains, farm produce and agricultural machinery.

Episode in Valleydale

Dramatized Instructional Film: Explains the role of the provincial wheat pools and the Canadian Wheat Board in the marketing wheat through a dramatized story of a farmer who initially does not see the value of the two organizations but learns, with the help of his family, friends and neighbours, how they benefit him.


Lakehead Story

Excerpts: Scenes of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool grain handling facilities at Port Arthur, Ontario. Includes good shots of the machinery used to unload grain train cars into dock side concrete grain silos the equipment used to load grain into ships.


Original Saskatchewan wheat pool contracts

  • R-B4188
  • Item
  • ca. 1924

Original pile of Saskatchewan wheat pool contracts with George W. Robertson, R. B. Evans, F. Pragnell, A. E. Wilson, J. Watson, and A. J. McPhail standing behind.

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Publications pertaining to the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, including: Intercom, July 1982, newsletter of the Co-operative College of Canada (6 p.); notes on the outline of purpose and function of Saskatchewan Wheat Pools' Member Relations Division, 1980 (3 p.); and A Co-operative Democracy - A Case Study of Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, written by John G. Craig, 1969 (141 p.).

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Compilation of former pamphlet and clipping collections in the Regina office of the Saskatchewan Archives Board.

Files II.23, II.26 and II.50 relate to grain elevators. File II.28 relates to songs. Includes records relating to the International Wheat Pool Conference in Regina, Saskatchewan on June 5, 6, and 7, 1928 including proceedings, list of delegates, and resolutions.

Saskatchewan. Treasury Department

  • R-201.3
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  • 1908-1964

Regina Riot Commission file: correspondence etc. about various expenses and payments to counsel, Commission secretary and members, court reporters, etc. Nov. 7, 1935 - Sept. 1, 1936. 1 folder (Box 8).

Canadian Wheat Board surplus file: correspondence etc. concerning distribution of surplus and Saskatchewan's share. August 29, 1925 - April 16, 1951. 1 folder (Box 8)

Original Administrative Management Reports of the Saskatchewan Treasury Department, Budget Bureau, 1945-1964. (Boxes 1 to 7). The reports were created mainly by the Administrative Management Division of the Budget Bureau. The volumes include reports on various matters, including the organization and function of various departments and agencies of the Government of Saskatchewan; finance administration; office space requirements; and a records retention and disposal program for the Government of Saskatchewan.Includes report on the organization of the Saskatchewan Hospitals in Weyburn and North Battleford, May 1955. Includes report on a survey of the Beaverlodge area, June 15, 1955.

Files of W. Archer, secretary of the Economy Committee relating to work of departments with a view to reduction of expenses and personnel, consolidation of services, etc., 1940; and correspondence with the Saskatchewan Department of Social Welfare about payment of social welfare accounts, salaries for social workers, old age pensions, 1944-1955. (Box 8)

Saskatchewan Treasury Department, Deputy Minister's office correspondence with Ottawa, 1939-1944.


  • FILM R-193
  • Item
  • 1982 or before

Documentary: This story of the western farmers' struggle to develop an orderly system of grain marketing tells of the organization of the Territorial Grain Growers, the problems of the grain trade and railroads, and the organization of the wheat pool leading to the present system of Wheat Board marketing. By: CL

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