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Arcola-Kisbey Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0407
  • Corporate body
  • 2008–

Arcola-Kisbey Pastoral Charge was formed July 1, 2008, from an amalgamation of Arcola Pastoral Charge and Kisbey-Lampman Pastoral Charge.

Arlington Hotel

  • Corporate body

The Arlington Hotel was built as an upscale hotel and restaurant in Humboldt, Saskatchewan in 1912 by A. Borget. It was torn down in June 1980

Army and Navy Department Store

  • Corporate body
  • 1919-

Army and Navy Department Store Ltd. was founded in 1919 by Samuel Cohen in Vancouver, British Columbia. The store sold army surplus goods, however, as the demand for army supplies declined after WWI, Cohen began selling other materials. The organization buys leftover merchandise from wholesalers and retailers in eastern Canada and sells that merchandise in western Canada. Jacqui Cohen, Samuel Cohen’s granddaughter, is the owner, president and CEO of the company.

There are 6 locations in Alberta and British Columbia.
The Army and Navy Department Store’s Moose Jaw location opened July 31, 1933 at 116 Main St. N. The store moved to 225 Main ST. N in 1945.

The organization announced on January 15, 2000 that they were closing the Moose Jaw location due to poor sales.

Asquith Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0311
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–1999

Asquith Pastoral Charge was formed as a new United Church charge in 1925, part of Saskatoon Presbytery and containing preaching points at Asquith, Poplar Crescent and McTavish. By 1932, the charge had become Asquith-Kinley Pastoral Charge, containing Asquith and Kinley appointments. The name shifted back to Asquith Pastoral Charge by 1936. As of 1962, preaching points were listed as Asquith, Arelee, and Environ (the latter had left or closed by 1969). In 1981, the Arelee point had moved from Asquith to Perdue Pastoral Charge. On July 1, 1999, the charge amalgamated with Perdue to become Asquith-Perdue Pastoral Charge.

Asquith-Perdue Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0312
  • Corporate body
  • 1999–

Asquith-Perdue Pastoral Charge was formed July 1, 1999, from an amalgamation of Asquith and Perdue Pastoral Charges, in Saskatoon Presbytery. When presbyteries were reorganized, in 2000, the charge became part of River Bend Presbytery.

Assiniboia Club

  • Corporate body

On 8 November 1915, "The Assiniboia Club of the University of Saskatchewan" was formed. Essentially a faculty-student discussion group, its initial stated purpose was the "study of foreign problems." Their constitution detailed the club's objectives more specifically: "to gain a more intimate knowledge of the various peoples settled in Western Canada," and to "make a thorough study of the factors which hinder the development of a true Canadian citizenship" with a view to the "betterment of general social conditions." The Assiniboia Club disbanded in 1917, "owing to the War having taken many of the club's most enthusiastic members, and those who might have become members."

Assiniboia Pastoral Charge

  • SCAA-UCCS-0203
  • Corporate body
  • 1925–

Assiniboia Pastoral Charge was formed as a new United Church charge in 1925, part of Assiniboia Presbytery, consisting of St. Paul's United Church, in Assiniboia. The appointment at Willows was added ca.1926. By 1946, the charge consisted of Assiniboia and Maxtone preaching points. In 1982, Viceroy re-opened and was added to Assiniboia Pastoral Charge, which had joined Moose Jaw Presbytery. As of 1984, St. Paul's (Assiniboia), Viceroy and Willow Bunch were listed as preaching points. Viceroy closed in 1985. Willow Bunch closed January 15, 2009.

Association of Retired Faculty Members (University of Saskatchewan)

  • Corporate body

The Association of Retired Faculty Members, University of Saskatchewan, was formed in June 1975. Its purpose was to fight for cost-of-living adjustments for faculty pensions, as had been given for the University of Regina, teachers, and civil servants. Additional areas of concern included pensions for widows, correction of penalties for early retirement, and the need to have a pension formula which guaranteed a minimum pension income.

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame

  • AMCND1
  • Corporate body
  • 1920-Present

In 1920 the Sisters of Charity of St. Louis and the St. Augustine parish priest Father Benoit opened Notre Dame of the Prairies, an elementary residential Convent school for boys and girls, in Wilcox, Saskatchewan. In 1927, Father Athol Murray the newly appointed St. Augustine parish priest, began the high school program at the school. Sister Mary Edith McCullough also arrived at the school in 1927 and remained to teach for over 30 years. Father Murray became the college administrator and taught the school's Arts program, obtaining an official affiliation with the University of Ottawa in 1933. Mother Edith and the Sisters of Charity of St. Louis ran the elementary and other high school programs. Over the decades the school was renamed Notre Dame of Canada, Notre Dame of Saskatchewan, and was informally known as "Shack College." The school has remained a catholic co ed residential school but now offers only high school grades 9 to 12. Upon Father Murray's death in 1975 the college was officially renamed the Athol Murray College of Notre Dame.

Audrey Anna Beth Lefebvre

  • Corporate body

Audrey Anna Beth Lefebvre was born to Clifford Andrew Dobson and Elva Viola Dobson (Anderson) in Melfort, Saskatchewan in 1932. In 1953, in Prince Albert, Audrey married Maurice (Moe) Lefebvre. They had four children: Debra, Linda, Sandra, and Dean. Audrey was a housewife and also worked in a jewelry store, while Maurice farmed and owned fertilizer and auto wrecking businesses.

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