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         Saskatchewan Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy 1900-1930.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Gail D. Triner, 2001-04-01
  2. Modern Germany: An Encyclopedia of History, People, and Culture, 1871-1990.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Gary Bruce, 2000-08-01
  3. The Patron State: Culture & Politics in Fascist Italy.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Charles L. Bertrand, 2000-12-01
  4. Crowds, Culture and Politics in Georgian Britain.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Richard Connors, 2000-12-01
  5. German Travel Cultures.(Book Review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Irmgard Steinisch, 2003-08-01
  6. Social Power and Legal Culture: Litigation Masters in Late Imperial China.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Margo S. Gewurtz, Elizabeth Colwill, 2001-04-01
  7. National Bolshevism: Stalinist Mass Culture and the Formation of Modern Russian National Identity, 1913-1956.(Book Review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Karen Petrone, 2004-08-01
  8. Saxony in German History: Culture, Society, and Politics, 1830-1933.(Book Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Pamela E. Swett, 2002-12-01
  9. English Pasts: Essays in History and Culture.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Christopher Kent, 2000-04-01
  10. The Russian Reading Revolution: Print Culture in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Eras. (Reviews: modern Europe). (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Alexandra Popoff, 2001-12-01
  11. English Political Culture in the Fifteenth Century.(Book Review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Montgomery Bohna, 2004-12-01
  12. The Methodists and Revolutionary America, 1760-1800: The Shaping of an Evangelical Culture. (Reviews: United States). (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Mark G. Spencer, 2001-12-01
  13. A Time of Silence: Civil War and the Culture of Repression in Franco's Spain, 1936-1945.(Review) (book review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Paul Preston, 2000-08-01
  14. Building Culture in Early Qing Yangzhou.(Book Review): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by Alan Baumler, 2004-08-01

41. Infrastructure Canada Program - News Releases - Saskatchewan - 2001
saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation Western Economic DiversificationRegina, Saskatchewan (306) 7874967. Cathie Kryzanowski
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News Releases - Saskatchewan - 2001 July 6, 2001 PRINCE ALBERT CENTRE FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS RECEIVES FUNDS FROM INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM PRINCE ALBERT, Saskatchewan - The Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program (CSIP) will provide $2 million over the next two years toward the construction of a $10 million arts facility in the City of Prince Albert. Natural Resources Canada Minister Ralph E. Goodale, on behalf of Ron J. Duhamel, Minister of Veterans Affairs, Secretary of State (Western Economic Diversification) (Francophonie) made the announcement today during the sod-turning ceremony in Prince Albert. The arts centre will include a 600 person capacity theatre and 3000 square foot visual arts gallery. It will serve as a focal point for artistic and cultural activities in the Prince Albert area. This project is being funded by the Government of Canada through the CSIP. "One of the goals of the Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program is to support economic growth in Saskatchewan communities. The Prince Albert Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts will increase the number of performing and cultural opportunities, aid in developing a stronger tourism sector and enhance future economic growth for the City of Prince Albert," said Minister Goodale. The Government of Saskatchewan previously committed $2.3 million to the facility through the Cultural Facilities Grant Program of the Associated Entities Fund.

42. Saskatchewan Sage Top News
To do that, she said, education and cultural identity are key. a sport andrecreation consultant with saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation.
Top News - December - 2003
Published December 8, 2003
Beatty named to provincial cabinet post
Getting more youth involved in sports goal of program

Video project targets teens
This is only a partial listing of the stories featured in the December 2003 issue of Saskatchewan Sage. If you are not receiving your own copy of Sage, then you have missed out on a lot. Click here for Saskatchewan Sage subscription information.
Beatty named to provincial cabinet post Stephen LaRose, Sage Writer, Regina
Joan Beatty didn't have much time to savour the joy of the ballot box.
Just over two weeks after she became the first Aboriginal woman elected to the Saskatchewan legislature, Beatty became the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the provincial cabinet.
The New Democratic Party MLA for the Cumberland constituency was sworn in as Minister of Culture, Youth and Recreation by Lt.-Gov. Lynda Haverstock at Government House on Nov. 21.
In an interview, Beatty said she wants to see her new department develop policies to encourage and promote the issues of Aboriginal youth.

43. Anglican Journal -- Saskatchewan Blends Conservatism And Tolerance
The church is one of the few places in northern saskatchewan culture where nativeand nonnatives mix socially and as equals, said Bishop Burton.
Saskatchewan blends conservatism and tolerance
'Very poor ... not just a little poor'
T IS A paradox of a diocese in some ways - generous but poor, fearful but optimistic, theologically conservative but tolerant.
Saskatchewan may be among the church's poorest dioceses, but its 20,000 Anglicans in scattered parishes still managed to raise $900,000 in 1998 for a youth worker, a new synod building in Prince Albert, the see city, and more family ministry work.
Yet, in some of the northern communities, said Bishop Anthony Burton, nearly 70 per cent of the population is 19 years old or younger, and in real terms unemployment is 85 per cent. "Many people are on welfare, and are very poor, not just a little poor."
The smallest, most remote communities are where addiction problems are found. "Yes, we have gas sniffing and glue sniffing here too - and it's strange, because that flies in the face of the image of the tight-knit small community."
Natives predominate, since up to 65 per cent of the entire diocese's Anglicans are Cree. Out of 38 active clergy, 19 are Cree, most of them worker-priests with other jobs, or who collect welfare or pensions, and minister to isolated communities.
Bishop Burton, 41, who was dean of the cathedral for two years before he became bishop in 1993, said that his move to Saskatchewan from Nova Scotia was "less of a contrast than you might imagine. Both areas are rural, and a long way from Ontario."

SAASE, Saskatchewan Association of Agricultural Societies and Exhibitions, saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation. Saskatchewan Sport Inc.

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Thank you to our partners for your support and generosity in making SAASE projects and initiatives so successful. Together, we're making a difference! Saskatchewan Culture, Youth and Recreation
Saskatchewan Sport Inc.
In cooperation with Saskatchewan Culture, Youth and Recreation and Saskatchewan Sport Inc., SAASE disburses lottery funding to its members in support for junior activities and for programs that address one or more objectives of rural living, community development and agricultural awareness. Funding ensures the continuation of agricultural society programs in rural areas and contributes to rural and urban renewal throughout Saskatchewan. Sask Power Sask Power and SAASE partner with member exhibition associations and youth groups in regional centres across Saskatchewan in a program to tackle waste management and disposal on their fair grounds in a positive and proactive 3R program of reduce, recycle and reuse.
To explore opportunities for partnership with SAASE in fair and exhibition activities, contact the Executive Director

45. Go For Green - A&SRTS - About The Program
Québec KinoQuébec and Vélo-Québec;; Saskatchewan saskatchewan culture,Youth Recreation Department (Government of Saskatchewan);; Yukon Sport and
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Kids' Page
Nationally, the initiative is developed, implemented and maintained by the Way to Go! School Program and in Ontario, the program is developed, implemented and maintained by the Green Communities Association.
Across Canada, the program is promoted and coordinated by a variety of organizations in each province and territory as follows:
  • Alberta: SHAPE (Safe, Healthy, People, Everywhere); Sport and Recreation Branch (Government of Alberta); British Columbia: Way to Go!, funded by the Autoplan Broker Road Safety Program; Manitoba: Resource Conservation Manitoba; Newfoundland: Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation (Government of Newfoundland); City of St. John's; Northwest Territories: Sport, Recreation and Youth Division of Municipal and Community Affairs (Government of the Northwest Territories);

46. - December 2003 Volume 6 No.4
The saskatchewan culture, Youth Recreation department (Government of Saskatchewan),in Saskatchewan;. The Sport, Recreation and Active Living Branch of

47. Saskatchewan Recording Industry Association
present a significant and unique opportunity to advance saskatchewan culture . is to enhance the international profile of Saskatchewan’s culture.
In addition to the resources noted in this document, you may contact the following Export Advisors who can provide information and contacts to determine if you are (or can be) competitive in international markets. For companies/organizations who are export-ready or who are already exporting: Mona Taylor - Trade Commissioner
International Trade Centre*
P.O. Box 3750
320 - 1801 Hamilton Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3N8
Telephone: (306) 780-6124
Fax: (306) 780-8797
* See information regarding International Trade Centres For companies/organizations who are considering export or who are new to exporting Andrea Sebastian
Department of Canadian Heritage th Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0J8 Telephone: (306) 780-7285 Fax: (306) 780-6630 E-mail: CONTENTS
  • Introduction Performing Artists and Arts/Cultural Organizations Visual Arts and Media Arts Publishing ... Film, Video and Television
  • 48. Saskatchewan Recording Industry Association
    Her career started with saskatchewan culture and Recreation and has included workat the Departments of Health, PostSecondary Education and Skills Training
    These archive versions of The Session are posted as initially published. Deadlines, contacts and links have not been updated. Please keep this in mind when using this resource. In some cases, updates can be found in a more recent edition of The Session. Up Front Office News... Welcome to Heather McInnis! "I was honoured to accept the position of Program Assistant with the Saskatchewan Recording Industry Association. My position started on January 3, 2005 and I feel like I am right at home. In some ways it is hard to believe that a month has flown by, in others it feels like I have been here forever. I have worked with Kinsmen Rock ’N the Valley for the past five years and before that volunteered at the Kinsmen Big Valley I am quite familiar with the music scene in Saskatchewan. I believe that we have a lot of talented people in this province and hope that with my efforts we’ll continue to support and grow our industry. I will be in the office from Monday to Friday...I look forward to saying "Hi" sometime soon!"

    49. Saskatchewan JobFutures
    Only 32% of all Saskatchewan managers in art, culture, recreation and sport were 45 As well, managers in Canadian or saskatchewan culture are becoming

    50. Saskatchewan JobFutures
    p Saskatchewan Job Futures is the result of a unique partnership between Officer with the Heritage unit of saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation.

    51. Byrna Barclay
    saskatchewan culture, Distinguished Service Award, 1998. Nominated, SaskatchewanBook Awards, Best Fiction, for Searching for the Nude in the Landscape,
    Byrna Barclay (Photo: Camera One)
    Fiction writer, editor, and mentor Byrna Barclay is former Vice-Chairman of Saskatchewan Arts Board, Saskatchewan School of Arts, President of Saskatchewan Writers Guild, and CMHA-Saskatchewan. She has just completed an epic novel, The Heaven-born , a new collection of short stories, Women from Snow , and a 2-act play, Angels Are Us Selected Publications: Searching for the Nude in the Landscape. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 1997.
    Crosswinds. Regina: Coteau books, 1996.
    Winter of the White Wolf. Edmonton: NeWest, 1985.
    The Last Echo. Edmonton: NeWest, 1983
    Summer of the Hungry Pup. Edmonton: NeWest, 1982 Awards: Saskatchewan Culture, Distinguished Service Award, 1998.
    Nominated, Saskatchewan Book Awards, Best Fiction, for Searching for the Nude in the Landscape
    Saskatchetwan Book Awards, Best Fiction, for Crosswinds
    Woman of the Year, YMCA, 1989.
    Saskatchewan First Novel Award, for Summer of the Hungry Pup

    52. ..:: Campus News ::..
    CPRC press wins 2003 Saskatchewan Book Award for publishing Dr. Gauthier thankedsaskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation for its sponsorship of the
    U of R Home Campus News 2003 News Releases S E A R C H U of R The Web Find People A-Z Directory 2003 News Releases Dec Nov Oct Sep ... Jan News Release Archives . . . Release : December 1, 2003
    Contact James Duggleby , University Relations
    Fax CPRC press wins 2003 Saskatchewan Book Award for publishing
    Canadian Plains Research Centre's (CPRC) was awarded the 2003 Award for Publishing at the Eleventh Annual Saskatchewan Book Awards held Nov. 29, 2003 at the Centre of the Arts in Regina.
    The award recognizes the Centre's work in publishing Building for the Future, written by Gordon Barnhart. Among the five publishers nominated in this prestigious category, the jurors found CPRC's book displayed "...high production values as well as excellent content and design. Barnhart's knowledge of the building of Saskatchewan's Legislature, happy memories, and sense of pride shine through, and he achieves a grand vision of a majestic building in a majestic land."
    Barnhart, University secretary at the University of Saskatchewan, previously wrote Peace, Progress and Prosperity: A Biography of Saskatchewan's First Premier, T. Walter Scott, also published by CPRC, and is currently editing a book on Saskatchewan's premiers in the 20th century, to be published by CPRC in early 2004.

    53. Saskatchewan Arts Board - Grants
    Representation from saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation will be included.Recommendations regarding the review of the Aboriginal Arts and Culture
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    The Aboriginal Arts and Culture Leadership grant is to develop Aboriginal arts and culture leadership at the individual, group and community levels. The program builds capacity in Aboriginal communities through the development of arts and culture leaders. It creates cultural opportunities that will enhance skill development, personal growth and positive lifestyles. It will also increase the number of Aboriginal people with the skills and training to work with and support cultural programming. Finally, it will develop the organizational and cultural leadership needed to assess community needs, to build community linkages and to effectively plan and implement cultural programs. Please contact Carol Greyeyes , the Indigenous Arts Advisor, for more information. Downloads Adobe Reader is required to view these files AACL Application Form
    (November 2004) 474kb AACL Guidelines
    (November 2004) 557kb
    Can you send us a grant application and when are the deadlines?

    54. Saskatchewan Arts Board - News And Views
    Angie Gélinas, Deputy Minister of saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreation (CYR),is pleased to announce the appointment of Dawn Martin as Executive
    var sc_project=605351; var sc_partition=4; var sc_security="9ae7c42c"; var sc_invisible=1; Culture, Youth and Recreation announces Executive Director, Culture and Heritage Angie Gélinas, Deputy Minister of Saskatchewan Culture, Youth and Recreation (CYR), is pleased to announce the appointment of Dawn Martin as Executive Director of Culture and Heritage for the department. She will remain in Saskatoon Saskatchewan She brings to the department an impressive depth of understanding of Saskatchewan Dawn worked most recently as Executive Director of the Saskatoon Open Door Society, a position she has held since January 2001. Dawn is also well known for her exemplary work in the Education and Training Division of Tourism Saskatchewan She has served as an arts administrator consultant. She has earned the respect of her peers for her vision, commitment and energy.

    55. EUCLID Canada
    terrific learning day and I would like to share the information I gatheredmore broadly with my colleagues. Elizabeth Verrall, saskatchewan culture
    Think Tank on Culture in the City: Facts, Experiences and Challenges - planning and facilitation of a forum involving 30 leading researchers, policy makers and municipal planners from Quebec, Canada and key experts from the United Kingdom, France and the United States.
    Location: Quebec City
    Client: Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications (2003)
    "The exchange of knowledge that occurred at the Think Tank was only possible due to the quality of the facilitation. The animation was warm and respectful and allowed researchers and practitioners to be open to each others' points of view. From my point of view this model of knowledge exchange deserves to be encouraged and promoted widely in government and other public organizations."
    Lynda Fortin, Director, Research and Statistics, Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications
    Accounting for Culture: Examining the Building Blocks of Cultural Citizenship - program planning and coordination for a major national cultural policy research conference celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Department of Canadian Heritage, and the 5th anniversary of the founding of the Canadian Cultural Research Network (CCRN).

    56. Trend Report
    Angie Gelinas, Deputy Minister of saskatchewan culture, Youth and Recreationbrought the Government of Saskatchewan s perspective and commitment to ReportASC-Updates.htm
    Trend Report
    Schools and Physical Activity
    Summary of Activities Following a Nation al Roundtable
    on Active School Communities The following brief reports have been prepared by participants in a National Round table on Active School Communities held in Charlottetown PEI in October 2002. The reports summarize activities undertaken to date by networks of interested organizations and individuals after the meeting. Contact Sue Vail ( suevail@YORKU.CA for more information or check out their temporary web site at: Provincial/Territorial Reports
    Nova Scotia
    From Mike Arthur Since the October conference a number of initiatives have contributed to the development of ASC's 1. A provincial strategy on physical activity for children and youth has been developed under a Working Group of government and nongovernment representatives. It included staff from Depts of Education, Health, Community Services and Youth Secretariat. The strategy has recommendations re: funding for ASC pilot projects. A final decision on the strategy by government is still pending. 2. Nine projects -$75,000.00- were funded in 2001-02 by the Sport and Recreation Commission to initiate after school physical activity programs. Most projects were based on joint efforts of schools and municipal recreation departments.

    57. A Handbook For Teaching Archaeology In Saskatchewan Schools
    These reports ~e kept on file at the Resource Centre of saskatchewan culture, saskatchewan culture, Multiculturalism and Recreation, Canadian Parks
    A Handbook For Teaching Archaeology In Saskatchewan Schools
    By Maureen Rollans (1990)
    SSTA Research Centre Report #90-08: 106 pages, $20 Table of Contents I. Introduction to the Handbook II. Archaeological Background Information VII. Classroom and Outdoor Activities
    • Newspaper Strategies Climate Change/Culture Change Making Maps Cemetery Archaeology Art Activities Solving Artifact Mysteries Analysis and Classification Garbage Can Archaeology Simulated Excavation Field Trips
    VIII. Resource Materials Available IX. Public Archaeology in Saskatchewan Back to: Curriculum The SSTA Research Centre grants permission to reproduce up to three copies of each report for personal use.
    Each copy must acknowledge the author and the SSTA Research Centre as the source. A complete and authorized copy of each report is available from the SSTA Research Centre
    The opinions and recommendations expressed in this report are those of the author and may not be in agreement with SSTA officers or trustees, but are offered as being worthy of consideration by those responsible for making decisions. I. Introduction to the Handbook

    58. Indian Languages: References
    Regina, SK saskatchewan culture and Recreation, Arts and Multicultural Saskatoon, SK Author (Distributed by the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre).
    Asher, Dr. James J. (1988). Learning another language through actions: The complete teacher's guidebook. (4th ed.). Los Gatos, CA: Sky Oaks Productions. Ashton-Warner, Sylvia. (1963). Teacher. Linguistics 327, notes . Unpublished paper. Boyer, Dr. Joan. (1984). Heritage languages curriculum guide and teachers' handbook . Regina, SK: Saskatchewan Culture and Recreation, Arts and Multicultural Division. Cree School Board/Commission Scolaire Crie. Grade One curriculum guide: Thematic units . Unpublished working document, Curriculum Services/Service Des Programmes D'Etudes, Chisasibi, Quebec. Cree School Board/Commission Scolaire Crie. Cree culture scope and sequence guide: Cree programs Chisasibi . Unpublished document, Curriculum Services/Service Des Programmes D'Etudes, Chisasibi, Quebec. Dale, Philip S. (1976). Language development structure and function (2nd ed.). Austin, TX: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Fisher, Bobbi. (1991). Joyful learning: A whole language Kindergarten . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational Books. Fredeen, Shirley. (1991).

    59. Saskatchewan Communities Online
    Cultural Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan saskatchewan culture Site
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    60. The Virtual Keeping House: A First Nations Gallery
    A means for Aboriginal people and those interested in Indian culture in saskatchewan to view the saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre's permanent aboriginal art collection.

    Enter the Gallery
    Since being established in 1972, The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre's (SICC) mission has been to strengthen and support the overall education, retention and revitalization of the Five First Nations Languages in Saskatchewan. For the past twenty-five years, this non-profit corporation delivered services to support First Nations education, art and cultures, as well as to broaden the cultural awareness of First Nations people. The Center continues to work to achieve this mandate of providing quality and professional services to First Nations communities. The new era for the SICC is an introduction of a Keeping House that will display paintings and artifacts from our First Nations people. The Keeping House Project is a step towards the future for showcasing our First Nations creative talents. Visit the new added in March 1999. Here is our introduction in other languages. Cree Dene Dakota Saulteaux This Digital Collection was produced under contract to the SchoolNet Digital Collections program, Industry Canada.

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