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Abbey-Lancer-Portreeve Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0231
  • Corporate body
  • ca.1972–

Abbey-Lancer-Portreeve Pastoral Charge was formed around 1972, from the combination of Abbey-Trinity Pastoral Charge with the preaching points at Lancer and Portreeve (previously part of Leader-Sceptre Pastoral Charge).

Aberdeen Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0401
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–ca.1979, 1994–2008

Aberdeen Pastoral Charge, originally Vonda Pastoral Charge, was created as a United Church charge in 1925, part of Saskatoon Presbytery and consisting of preaching points at Vonda and Aberdeen. By 1940, the name had changed to Aberdeen Pastoral Charge. Around 1978/1979, Aberdeen joined Rosthern (St. Andrew's) and Wakaw to create Tri-Pastoral Charge. On July 1, 1994, TRI Pastoral Charge was dissolved and Aberdeen Pastoral Charge re-emerged. The charge was officially closed April 20, 2008.

Abernethy Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0402
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–1969?, 1989–

Abernethy Pastoral Charge was formed as a new United Church charge in 1925, containing preaching points at Abernethy, Kenlis, Chickney, and Gillespie. Around 1959 Abernethy Pastoral Charge and Lemberg Pastoral Charge amalgamated to form Abernethy-Lemberg Pastoral Charge (a.k.a. Lemberg-Abernethy Pastoral Charge). This was combined with Balcarres-Pheasant Forks Pastoral Charge ca.1969, to create Pheasant Creek Larger Parish. In 1989, the Parish split into Abernethy-Lemberg, Balcarres, and Duff Pastoral Charges.

Adapted Aquatics Club

  • SCAA-SCM-0099
  • Corporate body
  • 1982-2007

The Adapted Aquatics program began when the Aquatic Centre in Swift Current, Saskatchewan opened in 1982 and ran until 2007. The program was started by Anthea Loran to help children and young adults with disabilities learn water safety, and participate in group activities.

Adlard & Sons Limited

  • Corporate body
  • ? - 1993

Adlard & Sons Limited was a publishing company in London England.

Administrative and Supervisory Personnel Association

  • Corporate body
  • 1972,1973 - present

ASPA was formed as a voluntary staff association in the winter of 1972-73 largely as a reaction to the province's new Trade Union Act. Middle management had previously met in biannual conferences sponsored by University of Saskatchewan administration in 1971 and 1972. In October 1978 ASPA was granted collective bargaining rights by the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board after the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 1975 (University of Saskatchewan support staff) had applied to include administrative and supervisory personnel in its certification order. Since 1978 ASPA progressively has taken on the functions of a collective bargaining unit in the realms of benefits and job security.

Admiral Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0404
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–ca.1940, 1990–2016

Admiral Pastoral Charge was formed as a new United Church charge in 1925, containing preaching points at North Admiral and Scotsguard. By 1932, Scotsguard had moved to Shaunavon Pastoral Charge and the remaining points were being served from Cadillac. Around the mid-1930s, the charge joined Cadillac to form Admiral-Cadillac Pastoral Charge, including points at North Admiral and Crichton (the charge was named Cadillac Pastoral Charge by 1940). As of 1951, Admiral was listed as a preaching point in Cadillac Pastoral Charge (Shaunavon Presbytery), alongside Crichton and Sherman. By 1962, Admiral was a preaching point in Simmie Pastoral Charge (Cypress Hills Presbytery) but it had returned to Cadillac Pastoral Charge by 1963.

Admiral Pastoral Charge was re-established again January 1, 1990. It officially closed (again) February 27, 2016.

Agricultural Students' Association (University of Saskatchewan)

  • Corporate body
  • 1920-

The first meeting of the Agricultural Students' Association of the University of Saskatchewan was held on March 20, 1920. It was formed as "a result of the cessation of the War, with its consequent effects in student enrollment." With greater numbers of students, "many new organizations [appeared, which] caused considerable overlapping in student activities with no central body in control." At the request of his fellow students, 4th-year president J.B. Harrington called a general meeting of College of Agriculture students on February 10, 1920. A subcommittee was formed to draft a constitution; that constitution was approved, and the ASA officially formed in March. Among the objectives of the Association was the development of rural leadership and the promotion of agricultural education in the province; although, as with most student organizations, its primary function was to promote fellowship among the students and to serve as a medium of communication between students and faculty.

Agriculture Building Campaign

  • SCN00229
  • Corporate body
  • 1986

The "Partners in Growth" Campaign raised over $12 million toward the cost of the Agriculture Building. Donors included faculty, alumni, students, individuals and corporations. The campaign, begun in 1986, was organized by Ketchum Canada Inc. and directed by Scott Smardon.

AIDS Regina

  • SCN00269
  • Corporate body
  • 1985 - present
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