Fort Qu'Appelle (Sask.)



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Saskatchewan Fish Culture Station

A 55 cm X 42 cm green tourism brochure folded in four about the Saskatchewan Fish Culture Station at Fort Qu'Appelle by the Department of Tourism and Renewable Resources with statistics about the station and a description about the process used to produce the walleye, northern pike and whitefish fingerlings.

Department of Tourism and Renewable Resources

Fort Qu'Appelle Pastoral Charge fonds

  • FL 233
  • Fonds
  • 1881–1984

The fonds consists of textual materials generated by Fort Qu'Appelle Pastoral Charge and constituent churches – their boards, committees and related bodies, local women’s units and other groups.

Contents include: minutes of Official Board, Ladies Aid Society and U.C.W. meetings; membership rolls; baptism, marriage and burial registers. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian/United Church (Fort Qu'Appelle), Balcarres, Indian Head, Pheasant Plains, Wide Awake, and Lipton are among the congregations and communities identified.

Fort Qu'Appelle Pastoral Charge

Fort Qu'Appelle Indian [Indigenous] Hospital fonds

  • FQIH
  • Fonds
  • 1935-1996

Fonds contains artifacts accumulated by SATL pertaining to the Fort Qu'Appelle Indian [Indigenous] Hospital operated by the Department of Indian Affairs. The Fort Qu'Appelle Indian [Indigenous] Hospital was located across from the Fort San Sanatorium on Echo Lake.

Department of Indian Affairs

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